Here’s the reason why everyone wants in on the “sideshow”.
We might not get a cut of this deal, but there’s a lot we can learn from it
Could this affect the quality of talent social media companies can hire later?
Check out these 11 insights on companies that aren’t even public yet. The slideshow brings the numbers to life!
Facebook is down $2 a share, despite valuation optimism following the LinkedIn IPO.
Are any of these companies really worth what people are willing to pay?
Is Facebook ready for the big leagues? Well, it needs to sort out some big problems with its business model first.
It hasn’t even been a month since the last Twitter auction on SharesPost, but demand is still obvious. Investors remain hungry for a piece of the still-private social media company. This time around, they committed more than $2 million in capital to own a chunk of this business that just might be worth as much as $10 bn.
More than a million dollars in Twitter stock moves on under-the-radar quasi-stock exchange. More to come?
Is this an indicator of things to come? Take a look at the share price!