Two lawyers who in 2011 worked with the recently convicted con man Troy Stratos wrote a check from an account the fraudster set up to facilitate a pre-IPO Facebook stock scam — money that went to a victim of an earlier …
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Facebook just got a nice birthday present ahead of its 10th anniversary. Facebook stock opened at $62.10 a share on Thursday, an 16% increase overnight and the stock's first time above the $60 mark, following a …
Buying one share of a stock will not lead to extensive financial gains or losses, but for those interested in a collectible from Facebook’s Friday initial public offering, the social network will issue paper stock certificates, …
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On Friday, Facebook’s stock price closed at $18.06, putting the stock at less than half than the stock’s opening initial public offering (IPO) price of $38. That marks the furthest the stock price has fallen since May 2012, …
Facebook Inc. on Friday announced a $6 billion share repurchase program, its first since going public four years ago. The buyback of Class A shares is authorized to start in the first quarter of 2017 and doesn’t have an end …
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Whether it's a video clip of your friend's dog or a live stream of the presidential debates, you are likely watching more videos on Facebook than ever. And that means you're also more likely to see video ads. Facebook's …
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What do you guys think? Is it over for Facebook? I think we’re about to find out. Here’s how’s I see it: Broken uptrends in Facebook and breaking down relative to Internet stocks. Now, if you want to talk about Facebook
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On May 18th, 2012, Facebook went public at a per-share price of $38. The company experienced a brief gain, spiking into the 40s, but ended its first day of trading just a few cents above the set $38 price. The following …
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Tough morning for The Zuck -- after a lackluster debut ... Facebook stock is sinking like a stone this morning ... down more than 11% from its opening price. As of 7:32 AM PDT ... FB had fallen to $33.97 per share ... down …
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Facebook has an internal valuation of $4 billion, as we’ve previously reported. It will begin letting current employees sell 20 percent of their fully vested stock options at that valuation, starting this fall, I’ve learned from …
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