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As critics lay siege to Facebook, Zuckerberg is MIA

Samantha 2012/05/23 20:17:21
Aside from the weekend wedding pic, the last time investors saw the social network icon was on Friday morning — just before the rocky debut of his company’s stock. Zuckerberg was high-fiving Nasdaq Chief Executive Bob Greifeld and ringing the opening bell remotely from Facebook’s sprawling headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif.

But since then, a lot’s gone wrong including the Nasdaq’s botched opening of the stock; its precipitous slide since Friday to levels well below the $38 a share offering price; and allegations that lead underwriter Morgan Stanley shared negative news about Facebook with institutional investors before the IPO.

Through it all, Zuckerberg’s been MIA.

Jeffrey Sonnenfeld, a senior dean at the Yale School of Management, thinks Zuckerberg is making a mistake by not publicly addressing the problems. “It’s important now to actually show the execution, show the plan, show the new vision,” Sonnenfeld told CNBC’s “Street Signs” on Tuesday.

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  • Zombie Saddam 2012/05/23 20:57:08
    Zombie Saddam
    How dare he be honeymooning with his wife enjoying one of the most important times in his life when his company is now worth ONLY $16 Billion dollars?
  • Sport_Geoff 2012/05/23 20:29:05
    Sport_Geoff
    Anyone else think the whole IPO hype was a setup? Wouldnt be surprised to find out Zuckerberg has already stashed a chunk of cash back from the IPO and is going to let the investors take a screwing.
  • Samantha Sport_G... 2012/05/23 21:28:56
    Samantha
    +1
    Aren't IPOs, in general, based on hype?
  • Sport_G... Samantha 2012/05/24 12:21:25
    Sport_Geoff
    Absolutely they are. As a real estate appraiser and someone who held a sales agent license also I learned that it's a fine line between hype (or puffing as it's called in real estate) and LYING. I am thinking that Facebook may have crossed that line.

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