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And don't miss Chris Hughes on some very rude dominant shareholders: "Fusionex has needlessly made enemies in the U.K. stock market. It could have made an offer to minorities, or found private-equity investors willing to buy them out at the prevailing market price. Sure, there would have been costs -- but it would have preserved Teh's reputation in London. He will likely have to choose another jurisdiction if he wants to return Fusionex to the market in future."
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