Facebook IPO: six things you need to know
Any day now, perhaps as early as Wednesday, Facebook will announce it is going public. The firm is looking to raise $10bn selling shares in an initial public offering (IPO) that will value the firm at somewhere between $75bn-$100bn, according to
The new figures were released just as Facebook is expected to file initial paperwork for what would easily be the biggest IPO in tech history, with the company hoping to raise $10bn on the share markets, at a price that would value the company at a
There is no shortage of speculation and rumors about Facebook's upcoming initial public offering, some of it plausible, some of it not so much. The following is our attempt to sort through it all.
The timing of AllThingsD's “D: Dive into Media” conference couldn't be better—the conference gathers media and tech executives on the eve of the expected Facebook IPO. And it's appropriate that the CEO of arguably the second most powerful private
Facebook could go public this week with $10B in stock and a valuation at $100B. How did our status updates and vacation photos turn into tech's biggest IPO ever?