There’s an interesting piece over on cnbc.com about the gob smacking losses hitting those responsible for taking their companies public after founding “the next big thing.” Listed are Zuckerberg – Facebook. Moskovitz – Facebook. Leftkosky – Groupon. Mason – Groupon. Pincus – Zynga. Between them, they have lost fucking billions of dollars in the space of weeks. Interestingly, the writer compares them to the wankers responsible for the dot.com implosion at the turn of the last century. (1999-2000) As he puts it… At least the dot-commers got to enjoy their fantasy fortunes for a couple years. The social-media and current web crowd had just a few months (or in some cases weeks) to feel the joys of being a paper billionaire. Of course… They ain’t broke by a long shot. Just the investors dumb enough to have drunk the Kool-Aid!
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