This program is 29 minutes long
(Studio: Anthony Mason) Facebook’s IPO reviewed; scenes shown of the crowd in New York’s Times Square. [On the street, MAN, Cynthia SMITH, Sally BOOKER– comment.] [Founder Mark ZUCKERBERG- addresses employees.] [Economist Max WOLFF- says this was not a successful IPO.] Whether Facebook was in danger of falling below its opening price discussed.
(Studio: Norah O’Donnell) The windfalls for Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss and Divya Narendra, who fought Zuckerberg over who came up with the idea for Facebook, and for singer Bono noted.
(Menlo Park, California: John Blackstone) The transformation of Facebook employees into millionaires featured; details given about the wealth in Silicon Valley. [Luxury car dealer William COLLICK, real estate agent Ken DeLEON- comment on the opportunity.]
(Sanford, Florida: Mark Strassmann) The evidence in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin by neighborhood watch volunteer George Zimmerman examined; video of Martin in a convenience store shown; tapes of police interviews with Martin’s girlfriend and 2 eyewitnesses to the fight played. [Martin family attorney Benjamin CRUMP- describes Martin’s mother’s reaction to the video.] [Zimmerman’s lawyer Mark O'MARA- comments on Zimmerman’s text messages.]
(Capitol: Nancy Cordes) The Congressional debate over the Violence Against Women Act featured; details given about the Democrats’ call to expand the protections and Republicans’ opposition to singling out groups. [Representatives Gwen MOORE, Sandy ADAMS- recount being abused by men.] [Speaker of the House John BOEHNER – says we’re eager to resolve our differences on domestic violence.]
(Kabul: Allen Pizzey) Concerns about corruption in Afghan President Hamid Karzai’s government examined; video shown of a traffic cop taking a bribe; details given about the system using cell phones to pay salaries in order to bypass officials who were skimming. [Activist Shafiq HAMDAM- says corruption feeds the unrest and the insurgency.] [Businessman Zahir KHOJA- comments on the salary problem.]
(Mount Sterling, Kentucky: Steve Hartman) Larry Eckhardt’s effort to attend funerals for fallen soldiers and line the processional route with American flags featured; scenes shown from the funeral of PFC Dustin Gross. [ECKHARDT – says it gives the town a way of saying thanks.] [Gross’s PARENTS – react.]