Facebook's IPO brings the world's most popular social network into Wall Street's big league. After a wild ride, Facebook's future depends on profiting from an increasingly mobile user base.
Facebook's initial public offering is shaping up to be one of the largest in history, with a price of $38 per share. The social network's valuation is hovering near $100 billion, but some financial analyst firms such as PrivCo
believe Facebook is overvalued, in part because the company has yet to find a way to monetize its rapidly growing base of mobile users. Many early investors plan to cash out early
, including Goldman Sachs, which might sell up to half of its Facebook stake. And CEO Zuckerberg? He plans to sell 6% of his shares.
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