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U.S. House Wants Zuckerberg to Testify by January

A key House committee has invited Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg to testify on Oct. 29   about the company’s plan to roll out a global cryptocurrency, but only on the condition that CEO Mark Zuckerberg agree to appear before the committee before January. The proposed terms haven’t been reported previously. In addition to questioning Sandberg about Libra, Facebook’s proposed...

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