The CEO of Morgan Stanley sits down with CNBC to discuss what happened.
While Morgan Stanley and the Nasdaq face lawsuits from irate investors, they aren't the only ones faced with fallout from the IPO flop.
Here's why shares continue to move lower.
One big winner from the IPO: the US government, which will collect billions in income taxes.
Here's why retail investors are filing class action suits en masse.
Market sours after long recovery from dot-com mess.
The social network's entry into the stock market is off to a disastrous start, and as the dust settles, it's clear some players made out worse than others.
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