“Was LinkedIn Scammed?” asks Joe Nocera

New York Times columnist Joe Nocera offers an intriguing and enlightening insight into the LinkedIn I.P.O., saying that “.. hundreds of millions of additional dollars that should have gone to LinkedIn wound up in the hands of investors that Morgan Stanley and Merrill Lynch wanted to do favors for.” His column is entitled “Was LinkedIn Scammed?

One response to ““Was LinkedIn Scammed?” asks Joe Nocera

  1. Yes, of course, LinkedIN was scammed. But so were the investors that paid $80/share on the days after the ipo. When people will start paying money to be ‘linked’ then this company *might* be worth investing in.

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