Well, there's at least one investor who saw this whole Facebook mess coming. Dan Niles, the manager of an AlphaOne Capital Partners fund worth more than $100 million, shorted Facebook's stock soon after it opened and now he's reaping the benefits, according to an interview with Maria Bartiromo published in USA Today.
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