Facebook IPO Under Fire
Two congressional panels are looking into Facebook's recent Initial Public Offering.
Recent allegations have come to light that the bank handling the IPO may have provided only select clients with a negative assessment of the company.
The chairman of the senate banking committee said late Wednesday that his panel wants to learn more about the offering.
The social network site began trading publicly on Friday.
The committee seeks briefings with Facebook Representatives, Regulatory Agencies and others.
After the briefings it will be determined whether a hearing should be held.
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