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Facebook Seeks Higher Credit Limit Ahead of IPO

Although Facebook is expected to raise as much as $10 billion dollars with their upcoming initial public offering (IPO), the popular social network is reportedly requesting that their $2.5 billion line of credit be increased ahead of the IPO. The line of credit was initially opened in February of last year in the amount of [...] Follow SEJ on Twitter @sejournal
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