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Facebook also announced a stock split, similar to what Google did. The move will give Zuckerberg more control.
As USA Today's Jon Swartz pointed out on Twitter, that nearly equals China, the world's most populous country: And it's more
Zuckerberg's sale will reduce his voting power to 56.1 percent from 58.8 percent, the company said in a filing on Thursday
(Reporting by Jonathan Stempel in New York; Editing by Bernard Orr) (Reuters) - Standard & Poor's on Wednesday said Facebook
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The world's largest social network said Wednesday that it earned $425 million, or 17 cents per share. That's up from a loss
Not every investor relied on his own experience with Facebook. Jay Welles, a senior equity analyst at Manning & Napier Inc
Today Facebook's one billion-plus users make it a formidable yet more discreet dating site. If you're only looking for one in a billion, chances are he or she are on Facebook.
Facebook's failed IPO started a storm of arguments against social media marketing and ROI capabilities. Social media does work -- just not the way traditional media does.
Shares were down about 1.3 percent to $31.30 in mid-afternoon trading. (Reporting By Alexei Oreskovic; Editing by Paul Simao
Facebook's 28-year-old chief executive, Mark Zuckerberg, has committed to not sell any shares before September 2013. "Everything
By Alexei Oreskovic The sales are the first by Facebook's senior management following the company's high-profile initial
As soon as their shares were unlocked, Facebook's officers got them ready for sale in the open market. When insiders sell stock, that's usually a strong sell signal for everyone else.
After nearly six months of watching helplessly as the value of Facebook's stock crumbled, Facebook employees finally got
Facebook appeared unprepared to launch, and its IPO was wildly overvalued. The question investors should ask themselves now is whether they should bail out, as many insiders and early investors did, when Facebook first went public, because there's a larger wave of potential selling before year-end.
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