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Dr. George not the villain

How different the scenario had the investments gone public. Dr. George would be celebrated. He would be a HERO! The people who chose to invest in these companies would be richer. They would feel that they made wise decisions.

All believed, as did Dr. George, in the premises behind these companies. Initially, the companies appeared to be doing super. Then, as most people know, the IPO market crashed; the companies went under without ever going public.

In these times, the above is not unusual. What is unusual is the extent to which some of the investors will go to make Dr. George appear to be a VILLAIN.

If there has to be a villain, wouldn’t it be to everyone’s benefit to go after the individuals who have/had the money?

Beverly Rosen

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