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On or shortly after next Tuesday in Delaware's Court of Chancery, the founder and CEO of Facebook will take the stand for the second time this year. Unlike the intellectual property case against Zenimax that forced Facebook to cough up $US500 million ($631 million), Mark Zuckerberg stands to lose some of the control he's maintained over his his company over a suit pertaining to the bone-dry topic of stock restructuring. Don't worry, it's more digestible than it sounds.

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On or shortly after next Tuesday in Delaware's Court of Chancery, the founder and CEO of Facebook will take the stand for the second time this year. Unlike the intellectual property case against Zenimax that forced Facebook to cough up $US500 million ($631 million), Mark Zuckerberg stands to lose some of the control he's maintained over his his company over a suit pertaining to the bone-dry topic of stock restructuring. Don't worry, it's more digestible than it sounds.