Feb 2, 2012 Becoming a public company also means Facebook will be facing more scrutiny, from investors, sure -- but also from government regulators.
Feb 2, 2012 When it goes public, Facebook is likely to be worth $75 billion or more. But, odds are, you aren't getting in on the real action.
Stacey Vanek Smith
Feb 2, 2012 Mark Zuckerberg will follow a tradition of CEOs who earned just $1 a year. Sort of. Facebook isn’t struggling, so what’s his point?
Feb 2, 2012 So how does a publicly held Facebook act different than a privately held one? Also, crazy hummingbird robots fly in formation!
Feb 2, 2012 Larry Dignan, chief editor at ZDNet, talks about the challenges facing the social networking giant as it tries to preserve its corporate culture post-IPO.
Feb 2, 2012 China is a huge potential market for Facebook but to get in the company may have to modify its uncensored software.
Feb 2, 2012 So Facebook has filed to go public. How exactly does an initial public offering work? Marketplace's Paddy Hirsch explains.
Feb 2, 2012 As part of the required government filing that goes along with an initial public offering, the social networking giant had to expose a lot about itself.