For Facebook IPO, some suitors wary of the big dance
Facebook adds 25% more shares. FORTUNE — Facebook has significantly increased the size of its initial public offering, just two days before it is expected to begin trading on the NASDAQ. According to an amended
Questions about Facebook's business model and growth prospects explain why GM ending an ad experiment on the social network has gotten blown out of proportion. Read this blog post by Larry Dignan on Internet & Media.
There are lots of reasons that average Facebook users should be paying attention to Facebook's IPO and what it means both now and in the future.
Facebook is going public with almost a billion users, nearly $4 billion in annual revenue and a popular brand name. On Monday Morgan Stanley, one of the 33 underwriters of the much anticipated IPO, told its advisers that it would cap the number of
This week's Facebook IPO, valued at an eye-popping $100 billion, is among the most-anticipated initial public offerings ever. But some analysts wonder about Facebook's business model for the future. General Motors pulled its ads this week, and insiders