Spending your inordinately over-valued 'currency' on an ever-reaching (and increasingly over-valued) portfolio of dreams may have been the stuff of expanding multiples and social media stock-lovers; but for the creator of Minecraft (among the world's most popular games), Facebook's move to buy Oculus was the last straw. As WSJ reports, Markus Persson just cancelled his company's deal with Oculus explaining that he "did not chip in ten grand to seed a first investment round to build value for a Facebook acquisition." It seems shareholders are of similar mind, cutting Facebook's value by $6bn this morning after the $2bn acquisition.
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