- Brian Acton, a cofounder of WhatsApp, has broken his silence about leaving Facebook three years after his company was acquired for $16 billion.
- In an explosive interview with Forbes, Acton outlined tensions with Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg about introducing ads into WhatsApp.
- Acton recalled one meeting where Zuckerberg apparently told him, "This is probably the last time you’ll ever talk to me."
- He said he never became close to the Facebook chief, despite leading the company’s most expensive acquisition.
'This is probably the last time you'll ever talk to me': WhatsApp's cofounder broke his silence about his icy relationship with Mark Zuckerberg
Interesting. this is happening few days after Instagram cofounders quit for the same reason: