GeekWire Radio: Facebook’s IPO, as viewed by a skeptic

GeekWire Radio: Facebook’s IPO, as viewed by a skeptic

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Our big topic is Facebook’s IPO this week on the GeekWire radio show and podcast. We assess the company’s debut on the NASDAQ and discuss its future outlook with Nat Burgess of Corum Group, a mergers-and-acquisitions specialist who is skeptical about Facebook’s long-term prospects. Nat Burgess in the KIRO-FM...
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