Today’s the big day for Snap Inc., the parent company of dick pic app Snapchat and some confusing drone project: It’s set to begin trading on Wall Street today after the company priced its IPO at $17 a share. Snap’s valuation could be as high as $24 billion, the largest for a US-based tech company since Facebook went…
Snapchat’s parent company, Snap Inc., is preparing for an initial public offering that is expected to value the company at $25 billion or more, according to a Wall Street Journal report. The newspaper says the company is already filling out the paperwork. But there’s there is no guarantee that a share sale will happen…
U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet has ruled that Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of banks must face a lawsuit, accusing them of misleading investors about the social network's economic health during its IPO. Ouch.
Speaking at the TechCrunch Disrupt conference Mark Zuckerberg has made his feelings known about the recent NSA scandal, pointing out that the government "blew it".
It's generally a bad idea to base your budget on hypothetical money that may or may not end up in your pocket. It's a much worse idea if you're the state of California, and that money is wacky Facebook cash.
Do you want to know what power is? Power is going up on a stage, yammering about very little for half an hour, and boom, a few days later your company is worth nearly $7 BILLION more than it was a few days ago.
Andrews Ross Sorkin wrote a piece for the NY Times that was just ridiculous. He put the blame squarely on the back of the CFO of FB. Talk about getting it 180 degrees wrong.
The stock is falling! The stock is falling! If you stopped following the Facebook IPOcalypse on Friday, it might be time to pull up another chair. FB has plummeted 12 percent as of this writing, with no signs of pulling out of its nosedive. Ruh roh.
Facebook is public now. And that means you're going public too. Facebook has to make you share more. It has to make you expose more of yourself. It has to do all those deeply creepy things it's already doing, but more more more. It is going to sell you to advertisers, to shareholders, to anyone it can.
Facebook money money stock Facebook NASDAQ hoodie Zuckerberg Facebook. There's a lot of noise today, but amid the foam-mouthed financial babble, here are some funny things instead. Instead of becoming rich, let's laugh today.
It's Facebook IPO day! After months of SEC reviews and roadshows and profiteering, FB will finally take its place in the Nasdaq menagerie when markets open at 9:30 EST. Time to start digging up your backyard bullion stash, right? Wrong. For the average guy the Facebook IPO is strictly Like, don't touch.
There's a lot to mull over in Facebook's just-filed S-1. But one thing jumped out at us right away: the way it presented its corporate history in a timeline view—the same way it now presents users' histories.
You'd think they would have gussied it up a little bit for today, right? But hey, at least 456 people Like them!
It's widely reported that Facebook is going to file for an IPO today, and likely that the offering will be in the $5 billion range. Time to start digging up your backyard bullion stash, right? Wrong. For the average guy the Facebook IPO is strictly Like, don't touch.
Guys! Can you hear Mark Zuckerberg splish-splashing in his giant gold bullion-filled tub? It's IPO time—Facebook's going public, and a bunch of rich people are about to become even richer. But shall this Ultimate Stock be labeled?
The Wall Street Journal's golden box of anonymous sources has rattled once more, this time with news that Facebook is finally going public. Now that's cooler than a million dollars.
The Segway is a pretty cool device. It makes the average dork look like a douche and makes us hate Steve Wozniak. So how could they talk it up any more?
Here we go. iRobot is going public which means that robots are the next big thing. Expect the Roomba to begin washing your pets and children with its mad, swirling, soapy arms in order to build shareholder value. The company filed with the SEC today for a proposed IPO.