On Facebook IPO's Anniversary, a Look Back at the Year
It's been one year since Mark Zuckerberg rang NASDAQ's opening bell. Since then, Facebook has made big strides toward mobile ad revenue.
Mark Zuckerberg's Learning Curve
Facebook has seen its shares rise and revenue from mobile ads jump up. How did CEO Mark Zuckerberg turn the company around after its ill-starred IPO? Evelyn Rusli joins digits.
Facebook Passes IPO Price For 1st Time Since IPO
Facebook's stock price has passed its $38 IPO price for the first time since its rocky initial public offering more than a year ago. Shares of Facebook Inc. are up 1.2 percent to $38.08 in morning trading.
The Facebook IPO, One Year Later
On the eve of Facebook's IPO anniversary Saturday, how the company tackles revenue is one of the biggest challenges in its short life as a public company. Evelyn Rusli joins MoneyBeat.
Zuckerberg: "Killer Stuff" in Mobile on the Way
PLEASE NOTE: THIS EDIT CONTAINS CONVERTED 4:3 MATERIAL It's Mark Zuckerberg's first public outing since a disastrous stock debut. Facebook shares have slid from the $38 IPO price to more than $19 a
Daily Digit: Zuckerberg's $5.8 Bln Cut
The Daily Digit is $5.8 billion. Mark Zuckerberg has lost that much money on paper since he took Facebook public almost one year ago, on May 18th. From the get-go, it was a downward spiral for the stock. First, a computer glitch made Nasdaq halt trading during the debut, later Zuckerberg had to face the big question -- how was he going to make enough money on the social network to satisfy investors. Looking at Facebook's consecutive quarterly results, he bet on mobile ads.
Facebook Marks 10th Anniversary
Facebook is turning ten --- A decade after Mark Zuckerberg founded the social networking site in his Harvard dorm room, it's the biggest show in town with more than a billion users worldwide.