Facebook is going public on Friday. Forget all the hype, speculation, and rumors. Focus on the numbers, not the letters. Here's a quick rundown of the most important and most recent ones.
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Facebook has priced its initial public offering (IPO) at $38 a share, giving itself a valuation of $104 billion, and raising $18.41 billion. Facebook will go public the morning of Friday May 18, 2012.
With Facebook's price range increased today, Instagram could be valued anywhere between $1.08 billion and $1.17 billion. Given the FTC probe, Facebook no longer expects to close the deal this quarter.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg will not be ringing Nasdaq's opening bell in New York. He'll be ringing it remotely from the company's Menlo Park headquarters, according to a recent rumor.
Facebook is expected to go public this week and start trading under the "FB" ticker at a price range between $28 and $35. The SEC has approved the company's stock for trading on the Nasdaq.
Facebook co-founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Facebook CFO David Ebersman, and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg are meeting investors today. The company's roadshow has finally begun.
Facebook may start its initial public offering (IPO) roadshow as soon as next week. The company is widely expected to go public this month, although some have suggested there could be a delay.
Facebook has revealed it has over 901 million monthly active users, 526 million daily active users in March 2012, over 488 million mobile active users, and more than 125 billion friend connections.
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