Oversized Expectations for Newly Public Companies

Friday, July 27, 2012

After Facebook's second quarter earnings were released yesterday, Forbes' website pronounced "the Internet bubble is over" — even after Facebook met its second quarter projections. Just how oversized are expectations for the newly public company?

Henry Blodget, CEO and editor-in-chief of Business Insider examines Facebook and the way meeting expectations seems to be insufficient for many newly public companies.


Henry Blodget

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