By Serena Saitto, Lee Spears and Joseph Ciolli, Bloomberg |
May 22, 2012
After one of the most anticipated initial public offerings in history, Facebook’s 11 percent drop yesterday prompted investors to fault everything from Morgan Stanley’s role as lead underwriter, to the company’s greed and the Nasdaq Stock Market.
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