Facebook board member Peter Thiel has been vilified in the press lately after selling his stake in Facebook shares. But the move has been a bit exaggerated in the media, according to our technology and media editor. Thiel still owns $112 million of Facebook stock and generally follows the model of a venture capitalist, often buying into companies at an early stage. See the following video for more.
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