Facebook Disperses Blame for IPO
Published June 18th, 2012
Facebook is telling it's investors "Don't blame us" after the company's disastrous initial public offering.
More than forty lawsuits have been filed against the online social network since it went public on May 18th.
The offering was plagued with problems from the start including a technical error on the NASDAQ exchange that led to delays and errors in trading of the Facebook stock.
Facebook submitted a court filing Friday in response to the suits.
It blames NASDAQ for trading issues that marred its debut.
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