Facebook is now a public company. Will the stock go up, or down? The social networking giant has started trading shares on the Nasdaq under the "FB" ticker. Be honest: you're a little excited.
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Facebook is going public. Will the stock go up, or down? The social networking giant has a valuation of $104 billion, which making it the largest U.S. company, by market value, at its IPO.
Facebook is hosting one last hackathon as a private company just before it goes public. The event ends when Zuckerberg rings the Nasdaq bell remotely and FB shares start trading for the first time.
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Facebook is eyeing $38 as its IPO share price, on the high end of the company's price range. The price has not yet been finalized, but discussions are getting close, according to a recent rumor.
Facebook has reportedly finalized its initial public offering (IPO) price range, according to a recent rumor. The company could still price its shares slightly below, in, or slightly above the range.
Facebook is supposedly hosting one last hackathon as a private company just before it goes public, according to a new rumor. The event will end when Zuckerberg rings the Nasdaq bell remotely.
Facebook wants to gain control of facebook.info. As such, the social networking giant has filed an official complaint with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). What took so long?
Facebook options trading is set to begin on May 29, less than two weeks after the company is expected to go public, according to the ISE. Other U.S.-based exchanges will likely join up later.
Facebook has increased its initial public offering (IPO) size to some 421 million shares. Facebook could thus raise a total of between $14.32 billion and $18.47 billion, if you include over-allotment.