A $10 billion Facebook offering would rank fourth among IPOs for U.S. companies, behind Visa Inc., General Motors Co. and AT&T Wireless, according to Dealogic. It would rank Facebook as the biggest U.S. Internet offering ever, replacing Google Inc., which raised $1.9 billion in 2004 at a...

To keep people guessing, Facebook has reserved the ticker symbol $FB on both exchanges. Meanwhile Facebook's IPO is no news at all because, well, we've all been talking about it for years. In fact Facebook has been around for so damn long – and is so damn high profile – that it's almost a...

Alibaba's plunge in market value of about $100 billion, a decline bigger than Goldman Sachs Group Inc., since November has been driven by a Chinese economy expanding at the weakest rate since 1990 and lawsuits concerning sales of counterfeit goods. The company's revenue in the three months...

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Korean record label and talent agency YG Entertainment is reportedly in negotiations with LVMH Moët Hennessy over a large private equity fund investment worth 100 billion won (approximately $100 million USD). The two sides have been in negotiations since June but have not been able to reach an...

Goldman Sachs just valued Facebook at $50 billion, and they handed Mark Zuckerberg $450 million to play with. Will Zuckerberg stop wearing socks with sandals and buy a pair of oxfords? $50 billion is a mind-bogglingly large number. But think about it – Facebook IS the Internet. In 2010,...

The value of the Spanish retailer, whose brands also include Massimo Dutti and Bershka, surpassed 100 billion euros ($109 billion) Wednesday for the first time. The stock has been bolstered by a recovering domestic economy, growing online sales and a weak euro that's boosting the value of...

Facebook, the popular social networking site, has raised $500 million from Goldman Sachs and a Russian investor in a deal that values the company at $50 billion, according to people involved in the transaction. The deal makes Facebook now worth more than companies like eBay, Yahoo and Time...

00% shareholders are about to get an answer to one of their most pressing questions: What will the technology giant do with its roughly $100 billion in cash? The Cupertino, Calif., company said late Sunday that it will hold a conference call Monday morning to disclose what it plans to do...

Unless you were living under a rock this week, you most likely heard about Facebook filing the paperwork for a historic $5 billion IPO that'll make a few folks billionaires (in Mark Zuckerberg's case, a $17.5 billionaire), and at least a thousand other employees multi-millionaires. With all...

 

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