After some high-profile blunders, Facebook is looking for older and more seasoned executives to round out its team. Former Google veep Sheryl Sandberg has already joined up, and the social-networking site is looking for a new general counsel and a vice president of communications and public policy, Forbes reports.
Founder Mark Zuckerberg, 23, has apologized for the ill-conceived "Beacon" feature, which let advertisers track Facebook users. "We've made a lot of mistakes building this feature, but we've made even more with how we've handled them," Zuckerberg said. Meanwhile, Facebook has also snagged several of Google's top engineers.