SNY apologizes for tweet of his Mets Steve Cohen Gametop – tech2.org

SNY apologizes for tweet of his Mets Steve Cohen Gametop


The Mets’ TV home apologized Sunday after it “made light of the harassment” Mets owner Steve Cohen said his family has suffered because of the stock-trading war.

SNY tweeted a picture in which Cohen joked over deactivating his Twitter account, which the 64-year-old hedge fund magnate said he did after receiving “personal threats”.

A screenshot of SNY tweets about Steve Cohen
A screenshot of SNY tweets about Steve Cohen
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“We apologize for the error in judgment,” SNY said in a statement.

Last week, small investors mobilized online to make large losses on short-selling hedge funds

Cohen’s Point 72 Asset Management became embroiled in a market turmoil after a $ 750 million investment in Melvin Capital, which was affected by petty hard work.

Online investors later claimed, without any evidence, that Cohen and other investment groups had pushed investment platform Robinhood to enforce restrictions on gamesettop trades, to compensate for the losses.

Cohen said in a statement after deactivating his account on Friday night, “I have enjoyed the back-and-forth on Twitter with Mets fans who were unfortunately unfairly overtaken this week.

“So I’m going to take a break for now. We have other ways to listen to your suggestions and are committed to doing so. I love our team, this community and our fans, who are the best in baseball. The bottom line is that the events of this week do not affect our resources in any way and drive to put a championship team on the field. ”

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