Mark Mahaney

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Mark Mahaney
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Occupation Tech Sector Analyst

Mark Mahaney is a technology sector analyst.

Mahaney was terminated from a position as managing director of Internet research at Citi Investment Research in October of 2012 shortly after Citigroup was given a $2 million fine by Massachusetts’ securities regulator, which said the firm’s lead Internet analyst did not adequately supervise an underling who shared the bank’s pre-IPO view on Facebook with the publication TechCrunch.[1][2][3]


Prior to Citigroup, he covered Internet stocks for seven years on both the sell side and the buy side at American Technology Research, Morgan Stanley, and Galleon Capital.


Mahaney holds an MBA from Wharton Business School (1996), an MA from Johns Hopkins’ School of Advanced International Studies (1990), and a BA from Amherst College (1987).


  1. Citi Fined $2 Million, Analyst Axed For Improperly Sharing Views On Google, Facebook.
  2. Citigroup Said to Terminate Technology Analyst Mark Mahaney. BloombergBusinessweek.
  3. Consent Order. State of Massachusetts.