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Facebook made a much-anticipated status update Wednesday: The Internet social network is going public in a stock offering that could value it at as much as $100 billion, eight years after its computer-hacking CEO Mark Zuckerberg started the service at Harvard University.
As its workers celebrated with hot chocolate and cinnamon buns, Zynga saw its stock dinged on its first day of trading Friday _ an unexpected turn of events for a closely watched public debut seen as a precursor to Facebook's next year.
Zynga's stock got a lukewarm reception in its public debut Friday.
Zynga's stock got a lukewarm reception in the opening minutes of its public debut Friday.
Investors will get the chance to reap "Farmville's" harvest on Friday, as shares of online game developer Zynga Inc. start trading on the Nasdaq Stock Market.
Zynga is poised to harvest some cold hard cash in its initial public offering. Who knew that selling virtual cows and digital corn on Facebook would create a $7 billion company?
If Starbucks chief Howard Schultz wants voters to withhold campaign cash from federal politicians, he may need to start with trying to halt the flow of donations coming from the people who work for him.
Daily deals pioneer Groupon raised about $700 million with an initial public offering of stock priced well above expectations.
Daily deals pioneer Groupon priced its initial public offering late Thursday at $20 per share.