Facebook stock plummets: Score for the Winklevoss twins
The stock debuted at $38 per share. By Monday morning, it was only worth $33.97 a pop.
We're guessing that after 7 years of legal battles, Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss are finally glad that they're not responsible for Facebook. By the way, last month, the Winklevi decided to back up from the social network biz and start their own thing -- they began Winklevoss Capital to fund start-ups.
The brothers told FOX News that their increased profile from "The Social Network" helped boost interest in their business. "We do have that experience," Tyler Winklevoss said. "We were there at the beginning of the Web 2.0, so I think we bring a little bit more than dollars to the table, and so far we've found that that's resonated with the companies we've looked at."