Facebook (FB) held its annual shareholding meeting today and media reports confirm it's keeping all current members including billionaire Peter Thiel on the board. There had been loads of speculation about whether Facebook would re-elect the controversial member. In recent weeks it had been revealed that Thiel had pursued a covert multi-million dollar effort to destroy media site Gawker - which outed him as gay. And the venture capitalist has also recently been identified as a delegate for Donald Trump. The decision was ultimately that of CEO Mark Zuckerberg, who controls more than 60 percent of total voting power on Facebook's board.
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