Facebook IPO? Flat. Facebook future? Bright.
Still, the increase of six-tenths of 1 percent was a letdown for many seeking a big, first-day pop in Facebook's share price. "This is like kissing your sister," said John Fitzgibbon, founder of IPO Scoop, a research firm. "With all the drumbeats and
Despite its hype, the opening day for Facebook's long-awaited IPO failed to make waves on the financial market.
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