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I spoke with a few representatives from Facebook recently that told me about some law that prohibits any CEO (or maybe the entire company) from making public statements on behalf of the company immediately prior to or immediately after an official IPO filing. I want to say it's a 90-day period but I could be wrong. Anyway, I'm sure we'll hear from him soon. Perhaps he'll name-drop you.
Those findings from the Harvard Business School, while not all that surprising, are certainly strong statistics. Do you have a link / more information to that particular study?