What effect did the NASDAQ's market "glitch" have on the bungled Facebook IPO? According to the academically popular efficient market hypothesis (EMH) developed by Nobel-prize winning economists, the answer is none. But that is probably wrong.
"Night and day the institutional clients get things that we don't get. It's a big issue," the adviser said, adding there
5. "If it feels addictive, it probably is." On social-networking sites, it's increasingly common for scammers to steal passwords
Facebook on Thursday announced that its initial public offering of stock will be priced at $38 per share, valuing the company
Still, some tech sites have managed to have huge IPOs even without a clear sense of how they make money. Internet radio streaming
Going public and raising a boat load of cash doesn't guarantee success. As we all eagerly await Facebook's Initial Public Offering (IPO), I can't help but to think that history is going to repeat itself.
A $5 billion IPO is the biggest Internet IPO ever, eclipsing Google's 2004 public offering that raised $1.4 billion for the
Facebook's explosive growth has come as first-time users joined the social networking site in droves, which in turn enticed
Zuckerberg's base salary, which amounted to $500,000 in 2011, was the highest of any employee at Facebook. By contrast, Google
"As a general rule, if it's on the Internet and it's free, you're the product, the user is the product," said Max Wolff, chief