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Silicon Valley won't snub Morgan Stanley

Silicon Valley isn't quite ready to dump Morgan Stanley over the Facebook IPO fiasco. ||| Silicon Valley isn't quite ready to dump Morgan Stanley over the Facebook IPO fiasco. It could be said that playing a role in botching the world's biggest tech initial public offering would be enough to kick its lead banker out of the club, or at least to the curb, but a tarnished image hasn't necessarily dented Morgan Stanley's position as a go-to underwriter for Silicon Valley, according to bankers, venture capitalists and start-ups.
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