Olds, however, thinks Facebook would continue to be a successful and stable company.
"I think that the company would be fine financially, at least from a revenue and earnings perspective," he said. "He has surrounded himself with good senior management who can run the company in his absence. However, it would probably have a larger impact on the stock price. Wall Street holds Zuckerberg in awe and seems to think that he personally is running all of Facebook. I think this is primarily because Zuckerberg has defied their expectations and the company has performed much better than Wall Street predicted when they went public."
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