In Facebook IPO, Frenzy, Skepticism
Mac Taylor, California's legislative analyst, said a Facebook offering could be four times as large as Google's IPO, making it the largest public offering ever by a California company. No comments have been posted to this article. SACRAMENTO, Calif.
Facebook Inc.'s coming initial public offering has set off a frenzy of anticipation among Main Street and Wall Street investors desperate to get their hands on the stock. Late Monday, the social network raised the price range for its IPO to $34 to $38
It's electrifying here in Silicon Valley this week, even more so than usual. Normally, many of us are heads down, focused on our own companies, but right now, even in the land of "what's next?" all anyone can talk about is the
While experts in the investment industry were not so sure Facebook would be able to convince buyers that their stock was worth the price, Reuters reports today that they are ready to close the book on the IPO as soon as
Facebook's chief executive turned 28 on Monday, setting in motion the social network's biggest week ever. The company is expected to start selling stock to the public for the first time and begin trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market on Friday. The IPO