Winklevoss twins hope for a comeback

By Laurie Bennett

September 17, 2012 at 6:17am

The Winklevi have returned.

After losing their Facebook showdown with Mark Zuckerberg - receiving $65 million instead of the ownership stake they had sought in the courts - the twins are now investors in another startup.

They’ve put $1 million into SumZero, a social network for hedge fund, mutual fund, and private equity professionals.

The founders of SumZero are Divya Narendra, an ally in the Facebook feud, and fellow Harvard alum Aalap Mahadevia.

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