If you believe the trends, the speculations, and the odd lack of true hype surrounding the Twitter IPO, you’ll probably be asking yourself if this is going to be more like Facebook or more like Zynga. If it’s like the former, than it will only
Good news came a week and a half ago when Twitter said they were wanting to be in the $17-$20 range to start their IPO. That didn’t last. Whether it’s their ego, poor advice, or ego fueled by poor advice, they’re now looking at the
The buildup to the Facebook IPO scheduled for a week from now has been anything but boring. Even the boring parts are being blown up in ways that make them exciting, such as the media’s fascination with Mark Zuckerberg’s hoodie during his IPO roadshow. Long-term
When an investment potential like Facebook comes along, there are always going to be alarmists. We’re not one of those. There are, however, some minor disturbing trends happening at three public social media companies that may pose a threat to the success of Facebook’s IPO.
The world’s number one social media website, Facebook, filed for its initial public offering (IPO) earlier in February 2012. It didn’t come as a surprise for many in the industry, as any private company in the US with more than 10 million US dollars in
Yes. When Facebook decides that the time is ripe to go public, an event that many speculate will happen next year, chances are strong that unless something really bad happens over the next 8 months it will yield more than Amazon, Cisco, or Hewlett Packard