Facebook's Stock Crash Has Created A Bunch Of New Problems For The Company...
Dave Gullo stashed this in Facebook
FacePalm: ❝ Although the desire of shareholders to sell may be muted now that the stock is trading in the low $20s, some will undoubtedly want to sell. And if and when the stock rises, more will want to. This will likely create a steady supply of "share overhang," which will steadily introduce new shares to the market over the next year or more. ❞
I think the most difficult of the points in this article is the employee retention issue:
❝ Every Facebook employee who joined the company in the past 18 months, since the end of 2010, is now "underwater" on his or her stock grant (meaning, in this specific case, that the stock price is below the level it was when the employee joined the copmpany). ❞