Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg said his biggest challenge right now is adapting his social network to the mobile world.
The chief executive of the Menlo Park, Calif., company discussed the matter at the Allen & Co. media conference in Sun Valley, Idaho, this week. Zuckerberg said fitting the 900-million member social network into mobile devices is the toughest part of his job because the mobile and desktop platforms are so different, according to a report.
Zuckerberg also talked about how Facebook works as a publicly held company, saying operations are essentially the same.
“Things are not much different,” Zuckerberg said, according to Bloomberg. “I’m focused on building product.”
Rather, Zuckerberg said the biggest change in his life has been elsewhere.
“The bigger change was getting married,” he said.
But that's questionable.
Since the company went public in mid-May, Facebook has been having a tough time, and it still hasn't climbed back to its $38 IPO price. Facebook's stock fell below $$26 at one point and since then it's generally stayed around the $30 mark.