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Twitter's First Post-IPO Earnings: What to Expect

Twitter will release its first earnings report on Wednesday since going public in early November. As with the rest of the IPO process, chances are Twitter's team hopes to do the opposite of Facebook. The day after Facebook's first earnings report as a public company, Facebook's stock hit a new all-time low. Show More Summary

Why Twitter Needs To Pull A Facebook On Wednesday

Twitter Inc. (TWTR) is set to report FQ4 2013 after the market closes opens on Wednesday, February 5th. Since the company's IPO back in November, Twitter's stock has run up over 40% from initial trading prices to $65. Wall Street is forecasting an 89% increase in FQ4 sales in Twitter's first earnings report as a publicly traded company. Show More Summary

General Electric Company Expected to Conduct Biggest American IPO Since Facebook

Here's why General Electric investors will be paying attention to 2014's biggest IPO.

Facebook is doing fine but what’s next?

10 months agoTechnology : Pando Daily

Eighteen months ago, in the grips of a disastrous IPO and with Facebook reporting no mobile revenue, there was an explosion of commentary about how the mobile platform was going to kill Facebook and possibly put an end to digital advertising as we know it. What a difference a year and a half makes. For the last quarter of...

One Of The Geniuses Behind Candy Crush Explains Why Some Levels Are So Tough To Beat

All eyes have lately been on King.com, the game-maker that delayed its IPO because Candy Crush Saga has been "too successful." But before Candy Crush Saga became a massive hit on both Facebook and mobile devices, King.com had a few duds, King chief creative officer Sebastian Knutsson tells Business Insider. Show More Summary

9 Ways Social Media Marketing Will Change in 2014

From the decline of Facebook use among teens to Twitter's IPO, if there is one thing we know for sure about social media, it's that few trends hold on for long — so marketers need to stay on their toes. See also: The Top 10 Most-Shared...Show More Summary

Ask a Fool: Does Facebook Still Have Room to Run?

Facebook has left its inglorious IPO days in the dust, and is firing away on all cylinders recently. But have investors already missed all the upside, or is this a long-term winner?

The ‘likes’ and ‘dislikes’ of Facebook investing (infographic)

Since Facebook's blockbuster $16 billion IPO, the social network has seen its share of highs and lows.

More Doubts About "Liking" Facebook

Nearly one year ago, I warned yet again of the trend starting to turn against Facebook. For those who don't follow me, I was most bearish on Facebook - even before its IPO. This was not because I doubted the company, but because I doubted the Goldmans Sachs/Morgan Stanley snakeoil salesman valuation. Show More Summary

Twitter Stock Price Tanks As Analysts Raise Questions

11 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

One of the biggest initial public offerings in 2013 came from Twitter. The microblogging network finally went public, it was touted to be the second biggest technology related IPO after Facebook last year. Twitter stock price soaredShow More Summary

The Twitter Bubble Hasn't Burst

ByChristopher F. Davis: Twitter (TWTR), one of the most anticipated social media IPO's since Facebook (FB) has been a dream come true for many. Unlike FB, or its competitor Linked in (LNKD), TWTR exploded higher and hadn't started looking back until very recently. Show More Summary

Nasdaq to Compensate Firms for Botched Facebook IPO

Emmanuel Dunand, AFP/Getty Images By John McCrank NEW YORK -- Nasdaq OMX Group will compensate firms on Dec. 31 for qualifying claims related to Facebook's (FB) botched May 2012 initial public offering, the exchange operator said inShow More Summary

Nasdaq to compensate firms on December 31 for botched Facebook IPO

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Nasdaq OMX Group Inc will compensate firms on December 31 for qualifying claims related to Facebook Inc's botched May 2012 initial public offering, the exchange operator said in a note to traders on Friday.

The SEC's $3.4 Billion Christmas Present to Itself

These three companies contributed to the SEC's record-breaking $3.4 billion in sanctions for 2013. From oil spills to troublesome traders to Facebook's IPO fail, here are the losers that helped the SEC win big.

Facebook prepares to join Standard & Poors, investors sue over 2012 IPO

As Facebook prepares to join the Standard & Poor's 500 index at the end of this week, CEO Mark Zuckerberg and company are still contending with the fallout from its bungled IPO in May 2012. After a rough and tumble first year on the market, Facebook is trading well above its initial $38 per share; shares closed at $55.57 yesterday. Show More Summary

Facebook Offering More Shares As Zuckerberg Gives Almost $1 Billion To Charity

11 months agoIndustries / Media : Mixed Media

Facing a lawsuit over the handling of its 2012 IPO, Facebook is taking a do-over, of sorts. The company is set to offer an additional 70 million shares, an amount worth about $3.9 billion at the current price of more than $55 a share. Most of them, some 41 million, are common Class A shares from

Facebook’s Secondary Stock Offering To Raise Nearly $4 Billion

11 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Ubergizmo

It has been a little over an year since Facebook decided to go public. After its IPO last year, the company’s stock price dipped which took quite a while to recover. These things happen in the course of running a public company, and so do secondary stock offerings. Show More Summary

Time for a shopping spree? Facebook sells $1.5B in shares (but has no plans just yet)

Facebook’s stock took a dive early Thursday, thanks to a stock sale and the ghost of its IPO. Facebook announced today its plans to sell $70 million in shares, worth roughly $3.9 billion. Zuckerberg himself is selling 41.4 million shares …

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11 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

U.S. District Judge Robert Sweet has ruled that Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg and dozens of banks must face a lawsuit, accusing them of misleading investors about the social network's economic health during its IPO. Ouch. Read more...

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