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Steve Wozniak would buy Facebook IPO Shares at Any Price

Apple Co-Founder Steve Wozniak says in an interview with Bloomberg that he would buy Facebook regardless of price. Watch video below

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Steve Wozniak would buy Facebook IPO Shares at Any Price

Steve Wozniak is known for speaking his mind and strong opinions. In an interview with Bloomberg Television , Steve Wozniak said that he would invest in Facebook at any opening price. He also said that he sees Mark Zuckerberg a combination of Steve Jobs and him.

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