Step aside Gordon Gekko! There’s a new wolf on Wall street, and we’re not talking about Leonardo DiCaprio!
We’re talking about Mila Kunis, of course!
Ok, so maybe we're exaggerating a little bit, but apparently the actress has taken some time between her amazing interviews and dates with Ashton Kutcher to read up on the stock market! The new financial genius offered some of her wisdom in a recent CNBC interview, saying:
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As stock drops faster than a coed's panties on a booze cruise, industry insiders wonder why Mark Zuckerberg isn't inviting shareholders to "Facebook Event: My resignation."
One industry researcher thinks Zuck's unsinkable ship might be heading toward a metaphorical iceberg!
If the CEO wants to keep the company afloat he must change course, or possibly captains, immediately.
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And like that, a little more privacy is gone.
It used to be that Facebook
stalkers lurkers only left their digital trail by commenting or clicking the "like" button.
After a new overhaul, however, just looking at a post or photo can be enough to incriminate you!!
Yesterday, FB announced that they are changing the rules of the game AGAIN! It isn't so surprising — it seems like every
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Maybe taking Facebook public wasn't the best idea after all.
Since the initial public offering, the price of the company's stock has dropped dramatically. What started out as $38 a share is now just $27.24 (as of right now) and the company's worth has dropped by at least $25 billion!
Since Mark Zuckerberg's fortune is dependent on the stock's performance on the market, his worth has decreased by $5 billion. In fact, he's actually been knocked off of Bloomberg's list of top 40 billionaires worldwide.
As of May 18, the young entrepreneur was worth
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Did U invest in Facebook when it hit the stock market on Friday?
If so, you're probably more than a little disappointed that the stock value immediately plunged by over 11%!
Stock in the social network debuted at $38-per-share, but is now at $33.64 (and fluctuating as we speak).
What a bummer!
This probably isn't the best news for Mark Zuckerberg to wake up to on the Monday after his surprise wedding over the weekend. Hopefully he doesn't let business bring his mood down from one of the most joyous occasions of his life.
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Want to own a piece of Facebook?
When the company goes public on May 18th, one share will cost you somewhere between $28 and $35.
We don't see the social network going away anytime soon, so it might not be a bad investment. However, analysts are predicting that the price of stock will only increase as
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It was only a matter of time, folks! Starting May 18, you can get your hands on some Facebook stock when the company finally goes public to become the largest IPO in internet history.
celebrate raise more money from investors and prepare for the stock market launch, the social network is going on a nine day IPO roadshow beginning May 7. The tour will stop in New York City, San Francisco, Boston, Chicago, Baltimore and potentially Los Angeles to pitch to investors in hopes of raising up to $10 billion!
While CEO Mark Zuckerberg will make a few appearances along the way, COO Sheryl Sandberg and CFO David Ebersman will be the main stars of the show.
Are U going to buy yourself a piece of the internet's most popular website?
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