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Discussing Peter Thiel's sale of his Facebook shares, Nike's Lebron James sneakers, and George Soros' $44 million minority stake in Manchester United, with CNBC's John Carney and Robert Frank.
Peter Thiel has dumped most of his Facebook shares, and other startups are delaying their public filings, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
Fingers are pointing at the secondary market as the main reason behind Facebook's fall from grace following its May IPO. Back in December, investor James Altucher talked about the secondary market's high valuation of the firm.
The fact that billionaire investor Peter Thiel sold the majority of his stake in Facebook shouldn’t worry investors, but the social network’s mobile problem certainly should, BTI Richard Greenfield told CNBC's “Squawk on the Street” Tuesday.
Now that Facebook's bubble has burst, startups that once wanted to be the next Facebook, now see it as a cautionary tale, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. The bar for going public is now much higher.
Early investor and current Facebook director Peter Thiel has unloaded a majority of his stake in the social network. Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities, explains what this means to investors.
Facebook early investor Peter Thiel has sold more than 90 percent of his original stake in the company. Rich Greenfield, BTIG analyst, offers insight and explains his concerns over Facebook's growth trajectory..
"If people had known that [Peter] Thiel would be unloading stock, obviously they wouldn't be buying stock," says Jim Cramer. "Where's the outrage?"
Mohamed El-Erian, CEO and co-CIO at PIMCO, says Paul Ryan's definition of "misguided policies" are different than his own. He also offers insight on Peter Thiel's sale of Facebook stock.
Peter Thiel was one of the earliest investors in Facebook. But after the lock-up ended, he sold most of his stake, bringing his proceeds to more than $1 billion. Jay Yarrow, Business Insider, offers insight.
Once hailed as the most valuable technology company to hit Wall Street, Facebook is now worth just over half what it was three months ago, with shares closing at $20.01 Monday. Wall Street analysts are openly wondering whether its chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has the business skills to deliver on his promises, the New York Times reports.
Early investor Peter Thiel has sold nearly all of his Facebook shares, as part of a selling plan he adopted before the company's IPO on May 18.
Billionaire investor Peter Thiel has unloaded the majority of his remaining Facebook shares, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports on Peter Thiel's plan prior to Facebook's IPO to sell his shares.
Sales of Thiel's 22 million Facebook shares was reportedly planned prior to the company's IPO date, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin.
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Stocks eased off their worst levels to end mostly flat in another thin session Monday, but still remained around four-year highs, lifted by gains in techs.
Capstone Investments upgraded Facebook to "buy" today, despite its weak levels. Nathan Bachrach, Financial Network Group CEO, and Zachary Karabell, River Twice Research, weigh in.
Rory Maher, Capstone Investments, explains why he upgraded Facebook. It's a valuation call, Maher says. They'll put together industry-leading growth rates.
It would be epic if Apple found a way to monetize mobile device engagement even more than it already does. If I compete with Amazon.com, I form a consortium of a handful of retailers and get on the phone with Apple.