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Facebook Mobile Apps Ads: One More Way Users Increase Facebook’s Riches

During Facebook’s fMC keynote address, Mike Hoefflinger announced several new tools available to businesses that will increase the amount of interaction they have with their Facebook fans. The tools – Pages, Offers, Premium for Facebook, and Reach Generator – look to seriously step-up the amount of exposure ads get on Facebook. Hoefflinger explained how businesses that use Premium for Facebook …

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Yelp Could Reach Value Of $840 Million With IPO

After three months of preparation Yelp has reached a consensus about a value for their stock and is almost ready to go public. Currently they report a target of $12- $14 per share and at that price, value of the company could soar to around $840 million. The shares will be made available on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) …

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Yelp Sets Share Price For March IPO

In November we reported that Yelp had filed for its IPO. The original filing stated that Yelp intended to raise $100 million. Yesterday Yelp filed paperwork with the SEC to set its share rpice and the date of its IPO. According to the new filing, Yelp is set to go public on March 2, and will trade with the stock …

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No Twitter IPO For A Couple Years Says CEO

Now that Facebook has taken the plunge and filed their S-1 documents, much of the attention has been redirected to Twitter. It’s not like discussion about a possible Twitter IPO is anything new, it just seems to have intensified since the Facebook IPO filing. Apparently, all of that buzz is for naught – at least if you ask Twitter’s CEO. …

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For Sale: Empire State Building – Okay Condition

Would you like to own a piece of American history? Empire State reality, the company who currently owns the massive structure, is going public with the Empire State Building. Their goal is to raise $1 billion with the offering. The capital that is generated will go towards covering the expenses of the IPO, repaying past loans, and financing future acquisitions. …

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Facebook Can Fire Zuckerberg “At Will”

Mark Zuckerberg is valuable to Facebook as their CEO. That doesn’t mean the company can’t just fire him like any other employee. The First Post is reporting that Facebook has the right to terminate Zuckerberg under any reason they see fit, including no reason at all. His tenure at Facebook is on an “at will” basis which means that he …

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Facebook IPO Makes Artist A Millionaire

About six years ago, a young graffiti artist named David Choe traded his services for a couple shares of Facebook stock. Now that Facebook has announced they are going public, he finds the stocks are worth millions. Who would have thought? I guess it’s not all just luck for Choe though. He has painted for some other well-knowns including the …

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Exclusive: Does Facebook’s IPO Make Good Business Sense?

Companies file for IPOs all the time, but the recent filing by social networking giant Facebook has seemed to connect with nearly everyone, and in a big way. On Wednesday, Facebook filed for its IPO in hopes to raise $5 billion or more, which would make it the largest initial public offering from an Internet or technology company.

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EXCLUSIVE: Facebook IPO: The Impact on Users and Marketers

Earlier this week, Facebook began the process for its highly anticipated IPO. The company hopes to raise $5 billion or more in its filing, which is considerable given the company began in a dorm room and has only been around for 8 years.

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Why The Winklevoss Twins Are Excited For Facebook’s IPO

In rich people probably getting richer news, Wednesday’s big Facebook IPO filing is really good news for two similar-looking chaps. The WInklevoss Twins stand to gain quite a bit of cash from Facebook going public, as Facebook has filed to raise at least $5 billion. That’s because the twins are in possession of $45 million worth of stock – stock …

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Fake Facebook Stock Sold By Oshkosh Woman, Amidst IPO Filing

An Oshkosh Wisconsin woman is in some scalding hot water recently for taking advantage of Facebook’s recent public stock offering. Marianne Oleson has been charged with 33 felony charges in the Winnebago County Court. The prosecutors say the woman claimed to own shares of Facebook stock and swindled at least 4 people in to buying the fake stock. One complaint …

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Annual Salary, According To Facebook IPO Filing

On Wednesday evening Facebook filed their S-1 with the SEC, setting the table for a giant IPO worth at least $5 billion. Contained in said filings are some interesting bits of information about the company, not the least of which the salary information of Facebook’s top executives. And CEO Mark Zuckerbergs’s total compensation may surprise you. All in all, Zuckerberg …

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