In the past several months, Facebook’s stock price has more than doubled. Facebook is also just about to join the S&P 500.
Shares of Twitter will begin trading Thursday. Here’s a breakdown of how the road to its public market debut compares to Facebook’s last year.
Facebook’s stock has more than doubled in the past three months. Now Twitter’s timing for its IPO looks even better.
In addition to today’s glitch, which caused a three-hour halt to trading, the exchange has had some other major technical difficulties.
Why the biggest story in the history of Facebook didn’t unfold there. The only winner in the Facebook IPO was Twitter.
Beast told Mark he would’ve been a great CFO, and now look what happened.
Facebook’s IPO taught us one thing: In the financial war against machines, we don’t stand a chance.
Imagine if the stock market was a bunch of people running around buying and selling meaningless junk that no one cares about it? Oh wait, it is that.
Remember Mr. Zuckerberg, nothing gold can stay.
“Thank You Facebook” is a song dedicated to the global family that Facebook has created through its social network. This might be the “We Are The World” of our generation.
Six years ago Facebook was just a “social utility” — you couldn’t even share. Now, well, here we are.
Grab your favorite hoodie and head to your local bar to drink away your jitters after you buy your inflated Facebook stock. These 9 cocktails are for the social media savvy only, so throw one back and cross your fingers!
Facebook shares are going for $38 a pop. Is that really the best use of your hard-earned cash? Here’s what you could be getting instead.
I don’t know anything about investing and my checking account is as empty as yours. All I want is ONE share of Facebook.
This was originally supposed to be a list of 10 things but there was so little on the internet this week I couldn’t find one.
This is the SEC S-1 document that precedes an IPO — which, in Facebook’s case, will likely be several weeks from now.
It’s hard to ignore the headlines with the news that Facebook has raised $500 million from Goldman Sachs and Digital Sky Technologies at a $50 billion valuation. It’s also rumored that the social network plans to raise another $1.5 billion through a special purpose vehicle that Goldman Sachs will be setting up. This has raised a lot of eyebrows and the questions are flying.