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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Facebook will soon be the proud new owner of WhatsApp, but has said that it will allow the popular messaging app to retain its brand and operate independently. The deal includes $12 billion in Facebook shares, $4 billion in cash and an extra $3 billion in Restricted Stock Units (RSUs) for...

 

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