All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Morgan Stanley’

Google’s New CFO is the ‘Most Powerful Woman on Wall Street’

Google has found its new CFO. Ruth Porat, who currently serves as Chief Financial Officer for Morgan Stanley, will be joining Google on May 26. She’ll replace outgoing CFO Patrick Pichette, who announced his retirement earlier this month. “We’re tremendously fortunate to have found such a creative, experienced and operationally strong executive,” said Larry Page. “I look forward to learning …

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Nasdaq Glitch Blamed for Facebook’s Abysmal IPO Performance

As we reported on Friday, Nasdaq is getting the blame for Facebook’s botched IPO launch and the subsequent poor trading performance in the days that followed. The remarks come from a court filing by Facebook and Morgan Stanley who seek to combine more than 40 state and federal lawsuits brought against Facebook and their lead underwriters stemming from the events …

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Groupon Gets an Upgrade by Morgan Stanley Analyst from Equal Weight to Overweight

Groupon shares are on the rise this morning as after Morgan Stanley analyst, Scott Devitt, raised the company’s status from Equal Weight to Overweight. Despite closing just above $10 per share on Friday, early morning trading reached as high as $11.07, and Groupon is currently trading for $10.75 per share. Scott Devitt, analyst for Morgan Stanley comments on Groupon’s performance: …

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Facebook Blames Nasdaq and Wants to Consolidate IPO Investor Lawsuits

The one month anniversary of Facebook’s much anticipated initial public offering is close at hand, and the social networking giant has yet to address investor concern or the countless lawsuits which have been filed against the Nasdaq, Mark Zuckerberg, or even Facebook itself. According to what an inside source told the New York Times, Facebook intends to file a motion …

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Facebook Stocks Finds New Low at $25.75

It seems like everyday marks a new low for the folks over at Facebook. Today, stock prices slipped below the $26 mark to $25.75. Considering shares started out at $38, I would say the IPO has lost almost all of its momentum. But, perhaps it speaks to the climate on Wall Street overall. Groupon also experienced record low stock prices …

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Morgan Stanley Praised for Facebook IPO by COO

Morgan Stanley Chairman and Chief Executive, James Gorman is defending the work they did on the Facebook IPO, claiming they played it 100% by the book and that also, he isn’t aware of any dissent regarding Facebook share prices or anything else, as far as the underwriters are concerned. In fact, last Friday, Facebook’s chief operating officer, Sheryl Sandberg called …

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Facebook IPO Pushes Investors off the Stock Market

Sometimes something is just a bad investment, and as time goes on, the shares you purchased in the company just lose more and more value. At other times, as with the Facebook IPO, it is clear that you were swindled. When a big bank like Morgan Stanley suppresses a valuable forecast which they know would certainly stall trading if introduced …

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Fidelity has Confirmed their Client’s Facebook Trades

If you haven’t heard about Facebook’s disastrous IPO debut, I welcome you out of your cave and am happy to give you an update. Essentially, the Nasdaq stock market delayed the 11AM start by as much as thirty minutes while they worked out a computer glitch that left big bank trading desks blind as to who bought what, and at …

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Facebook Stock Closes at $32 on Wednesday

Facebook stock is once again closing in the $30 price range at $31.99 as the Nasdaq market closed at 4PM today. It opened at $31.37, rose as high as $32.50, and dipped as low as $31.36. So not a lot of variety there. Of course, the stock prices themselves haven’t really been the news as far as the Facebook IPO …

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Morgan Stanley to Adjust Facebook Prices for Retail Customers

Good news for early Facebook IPO investors who may have been a victim of Nasdaq’s computer communication glitch, Morgan Stanley is reviewing all of the trades that went through on that day. As you remember, trading was delayed by a half hour Friday morning as big bank trading desks attempted to verify who bought what and at what price. The …

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Facebook and IPO Underwriters Sued by Investors

If you thought Facebook was in the news a lot for their patent lawsuits, welcome to IPO litigation. Interested parties are crawling out of the woodwork to contest the bullshit events that surround Facebook’s IPO and everyone involved. As we just reported this morning, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has subpoenaed documents pertaining to Morgan Stanley’s revised revenue forecast the week …

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Facebook IPO: Morgan Stanley Subpoenaed In Massachusetts

Yesterday morning we brought you news that Morgan Stanley had lowered Facebook’s revenue forecast in the days before the company’s IPO, but that the news was kept quiet during the IPO roadshow that led up to the IPO on last Friday. As you might expect, this news has drawn the attention of a variety of authorities. Yesterday afternoon, Mary Schapiro, …

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