Saturday, May 19, 2012

19-May-2012 02:35 Facebook

Here Are 10 Reasons Not to Buy Facebook Before You Buy It Anyway :: David Weidner offers 10 reasons not to buy Facebook shares, though he acknowledges he won't be able to persuade investors not to buy.

Facebook's IPO Sputters :: Facebook shares struggled to stay above their $38 IPO price, as Wall Street bankers stepped in to prevent the newly minted stock from ending its first day with an embarrassing loss.'s_Most_Popular

Problems Persisted After Facebook Opening :: The initial trading for Facebook's IPO was delayed and problems persisted after the open as traders had trouble changing or canceling orders.'s_Most_Popular

Day of glitches marr Facebook stock debut - Washington Post ::

Missing Out on Facebook Jackpot :: Facebook is minting a lot of millionaires with its IPO, but along with those tales of riches come people like a carpet salesman who may have missed out on $50 million. Reality star Ali Fedotowsky missed out too.'s_Most_Popular

Facebook stock price stays steady during high volume IPO - Salt Lake Tribune ::

Should You Renounce Your U.S. Citizenship? :: A Facebook billionaire has sparked interest in 'expatriating' to skirt big tax bills. Here's what you need to know.'s_Most_Popular

Historic Facebook debut falls short of expectations ::

Social media stocks hammered as Facebook debuts ::

Facebook IPO Closes With Thud ::;0664eedbc4f29fd98bdabb528aab93

Well: Does Facebook Turn People Into Narcissists? :: Some research suggests that people who frequently update their Facebook status are more likely to exhibit narcissistic traits, but the social medium of choice for the self-absorbed may actually be Twitter.

Facebook Prices Its IPO at $38 :: Facebook priced its initial public offering at $38 a share, a move that values the Internet company at more than $100 billion. It tried floating higher numbers to investors but was rebuffed.'s_Most_Popular

A Start-Up Is Gold for Facebook's New Millionaires :: At Facebook, ground zero for the nouveau tech riche in Silicon Valley, peer pressure dictates that consumption be kept on the down low.

Bono's investment firm rocks Facebook IPO to the tune of $1.5 billion - Los Angeles Times ::

Facebook: Many mutual funds already have a stake ::

Facebook Users File Consolidated Digital Privacy Class Action - MarketWatch (press release) ::

The Saverin Lesson :: A punitive exit tax on the Facebook expat isn't worthy of America.'s_Most_Popular

Insight: Who got Facebook IPO shares? Fairness may not come into it ::

Rich Karlgaard: The Future Is More Than Facebook :: Social media is already passé in Silicon Valley. America's innovation engine is now focused on transportation, energy and manufacturing.


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