GM executive deactivated his Facebook account after commenting few posts on another website

A US motor company’s executive deactivated his Facebook account after commenting on the posts of few another website who written about the shrinking of the company’s shares.

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The executive, Mark Reuss, president of GM’s North American operations, commented on the article written on the motor related website TheDetroitBureau.com before deactivating his Facebook account.

A spokesman of General Motor’s, Greg Martin, said that this decision of deactivating his Facebook account was fully personal and this has no relation with any type of recent post on any website.

Mark Reuss, President of General Motors North America poses for photographers with the new Chevrolet Camaro Z/28 during a news conference at the New York Auto Show at the Javits Center in New York

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In the comment, mark commented angrily on the posts who talked about his company’s status and he also mentioned comparison between some other companies and shows his company was and is better.