Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin isn't convinced that the social network's fast-growth strategy is a good one.
Speaking at a conference in Singapore today, Saverin said that while growth is a "huge asset," it can lead to a very real problem that shouldn't be overlooked.
"The biggest risk is growing too fast," he said, according to Bloomberg, who had a reporter at the event. "When you grow too fast, it's hard to iterate, educate."
Facebook is making no secret that it wants to grow as quickly as possible. Last month, CEO … Read more