Facebook Gets Off to a Poor Start as a Public Company

Monday, May 21, 2012

Applause breaks out at the New York Stock Exchange at the closing bell on February 21, 2012 in New York City. The Dow Jones industrial average broke through the 13,000 barrier. (John Moore/Getty)

After a shaky debut, Facebook is getting off to a bad start on its first week of trading as a publicly held company. Facebook's stock is sinking nearly seven percent, falling below the $38 IPO price, in the social network's second day of trading as a public company Monday. Joining us is reporter for our partner the New York Times Michael de la Merced.

Guests:

Michael De La Merced

Produced by:

Javier Guzman

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