Saturday, May 19, 2012

19-May-2012 12:45 Facebook

Bono is richest musician thanks to Facebook - ::

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

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

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

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

Morgan Stanley made big bet on Facebook - Reuters India ::

Morgan Stanley made big bet on Facebook ::

Morgan Stanley made big bet on Facebook ::

Historic Facebook debut falls flat ::

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.

Anti-social: Zynga tumbles after Facebook IPO ::

Facebook trading sets record IPO volume ::

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

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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