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Facebook cozies up to three more international banks pre-IPO

Facebook has reportedly hired three more banks to underwrite its IPO, bringing the total number of financial institutions on that merry bandwagon to nine — not inluding Ernst & Young, which is overseeing accounting and autiding for the deal. Today, …
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