Morgan Stanley convinced Facebook to give it an unusual amountof control over the social networking company's IPO, along withlarger fees from the deal, according to a story in today's WallStreet Journal. When the IPO ran into difficulties,Morgan Stanley came under criticism.

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Facebook's shares are down 21% from their offering price, andhas lost more than $22 billion in market value since May 18 when itopened.

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