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More on Facebook: 1) Henry Blodget argues burned Facebook investors have no reason to complain,...

More on Facebook: 1) Henry Blodget argues burned Facebook investors have no reason to complain, given Facebook's S-1 highlighted its slowing growth and mobile challenges, and Mark Zuckerberg's focus on products and long-term growth rather than near-term profits. 2)  Felix Salmon thinks criticism of CFO David Ebersman's handling of Facebook's IPO fails to recognize Ebersman's priority is to keep Zuckerberg and Facebook employees happy, not outside investors.
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  • Stoploss
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    So what exactly is the difference between FB investors and Bernie Madoff investors?


    Oh right..
    4 Sep 2012, 03:15 PM Reply Like
  • Remyngton
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    @ stoploss


    Bernie Madoff investors were treated better
    4 Sep 2012, 03:52 PM Reply Like
  • tjmxxx
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    Zuckersteinberg should care about outside investors, most of whom have Facebook accounts. These unhappy investors are a black eye to Facebook, which is now seen as damaged goods. Facebook's stock price is such a sham and mockery, that no one thinks Facebook is cool any longer, especially young people.
    4 Sep 2012, 07:53 PM Reply Like
  • royboy098
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    In ready many articles on Facebook and the opinions that have been addressed toward investors, I think all small investors should never invest any of their hard earned money in any IPO. It is pretty apparent that the small investor is a idiot if they do.
    5 Sep 2012, 12:45 AM Reply Like
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