Sorry, But People Who Lost Money On Facebook Stock Have Only Themselves And Their Advisors To Blame

Sorry, But People Who Lost Money On Facebook Stock Have Only Themselves And Their Advisors To Blame

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New One of my favorite business pundits, the New York Times and CNBC star Andrew Ross Sorkin, has written a column laying the blame for Facebook's stock collapse at the feet of one man: Facebook CFO David Ebersman. "It is David Ebersman's fault," Sorkin says. "There's just no way around it."...
Sorry, But People Who Lost Money On Facebook Stock Have Only Themselves And Their Advisors To Blame
                                       

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