Behind the numbers of Facebook's IPO filing

May 4, 2012
Facebook has set its valuation at $76 billion to $96 billion, and shares will be at $28 to $35 each. What does this tell us about the company and about CEO Mark Zuckerberg?
Posted In: Facebook, IPO, Mark Zuckerberg

Facebook IPO creates fanfare on Park Ave.

May 4, 2012
Mark Zuckerberg wasn’t there, but JPMorgan flew a Facebook flag as executives visited the bank’s headquarters ahead of Facebook’s IPO.
Posted In: Facebook, JPMorgan, IPO, investments

Facebook sets IPO at $28 to $35 a share

May 3, 2012
Founder Mark Zuckerberg will also sell 30 million of his own personal shares as part of the IPO.
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Facebook IPO date draws nearer

May 2, 2012
The social media company Facebook is expected to sell its stock publically sometime this month and would likely be valued by the stock market something like $100 billion. It could start officially selling stock on May 18th.
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Facebook set to go on an IPO roadshow

May 2, 2012
In anticipation of its IPO, Facebook will be going on the road to pitch itself to mutual funds and investors. What happens in these presentations?
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Facebook is making it easier to be an organ donor

May 2, 2012
High hopes for a program to bring out of the DMV and onto social media.
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Send a $5 gift card to your friend free? What’s the catch?

May 1, 2012
A new online marketer just wants to borrow some of your information.
Posted In: social, Facebook, Google, apps, mice with broken hearts

A window into Facebook's data

Apr 13, 2012
Facebook wants to share your personal data, this time with you.
Posted In: Facebook, privacy

Is Facebook's big Instagram purchase worth it?

Apr 10, 2012
Facebook is making its biggest purchase yet as it prepares to go public. The company is buying the photo-sharing app Instagram for a billion dollars.
Posted In: Facebook, instagram, mobile apps, pictures

Insta-billion: The price tag on Instagram

Apr 10, 2012
A wee little program that lets you send photos from your cell phone to your pals is worth a billion U.S. dollars. That’s the price the social networking company Facebook is paying to snap up Instagram, an app that also lets the sender mess with the photos before sending them.
Posted In: Facebook, instagram, mobile apps