Goldman Sachs Says No Facebook Shares For US Investors
theodp writes “In 2009, Robert Cringely speculated that the day might be coming when Goldman Sachs decides the United States isn’t worth dealing with anymore. Crazy, eh? Maybe not. Blaming ‘intense media attention,’ Goldman Sachs has decided to exclude US investors from a $1.5 billion Facebook offering. In a nicely-timed all-investors-are-not-created-equal MLK Day statement, the US taxpayer bailout beneficiary said, ‘Goldman Sachs decided to proceed only with the offer to investors outside the US….We regret the consequences of this decision, but Goldman Sachs believes this is the most prudent path to take.’”
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