Snapchat failed to meet several targets that were expected of it by analysts in the last quarter. As a result of slower than expected growth the price of stocks slumped in after-hours trading.
After launching its Spectacles wearable late last year, Snap Inc. has filed for a $3 billion IPO. While it brands itself as a camera company, it's best known for its app, Snapchat.
Anonymous sources have suggested that Snap Inc., Snapchat's parent company, has filed to be listed on the US stock market. The company's IPO could come as soon as March 2017.
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Alibaba, the massively popular Chinese e-commerce company which specializes in business-to-business and retail trading, has revealed that they will be planning a US debut under the domain 11main.com.
King Digital, the company behind the popular online game 'Candy Crush Saga', soon plans to debut in the U.S stock market with an IPO which some analysts say could value the company at $5 billion.
Twitter's stocks began trading on the NYSE this morning to much critical attention. The fluctuations that followed seem very promising for the service, which has yet to make a profit.
In a new regulatory filing, Twitter says it now has 231.7 million monthly users, up from its previous number of 218.3 million users that it revealed when it filed for its upcoming IPO a few weeks ago.
Twitter, ahead of its scheduled IPO, seems to be experimenting with a new way to bring breaking news to its users. Following a certain account will bring important news directly into users' inboxes.
Twitter has filed an S-1 with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission and is planning for an IPO. Once happily a private company, Twitter is now officially going public.
Facebook's stock price has surpassed its initial offering for the first time since May of 2012. Many have questioned whether the IPO was in fact a wise move, but now things are looking up.
Facebook's stock price hit yet another new low on Tuesday, but its founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has pledged not to sell any of his own stock in the company for at least a year.
Facebook's stock price hit a new low of $19.07 a share today, a day after some early investors in the social networking service could finally sell off some of their holdings.
Microsoft is reportedly going to hang onto its share of Facebook's stock when the moritumium on selling Facebook shares ends on August 16th, even with the lower stock price.
Facebook's stock prices reached an all-time low on Tuesday's trading, having declined 43% since their initial availability in May. Stocks were trading at just over $20 on the markets during the day.
Twitter CEO Dick Costolo has said the company has no plans to file for a public offering, despite rampant speculation to the contrary. The company has a already has "truckload of money," he said.
Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg is facing a class action suit from disgruntled Facebook investors who claim that he dumped $1 billion of stock on insider knowledge that it was grossly overvalued.
A report from The Wall Street Journal indicates that Morgan Stanley, one of the underwriting banks for Facebook's IPO, tipped off big clients that Facebook's stock was overvalued.
A class action lawsuit has been filed by shareholders of Facebook against the company and its IPO underwriter Morgan Stanley, claiming Facebook cut its financial estimates without informing everyone.
After a unexciting IPO on Friday, Facebook's shares have continued to tank into the new week, leading to regulatory bodies warning that they may need to step in to investigate problems.
Facebook's stock price was down over 10 percent below its Friday level in its second day of trading Monday, even as the NASDAQ stock market as a whole had a good day.
The struggling Internet company has announced plans to sell half its stake in Alibaba Group, a Chinese Internet company that specializes in e-commerce.
Facebook IPO led to a lot of debate on technology sites about the true value of the company. Whatever you think about Facebook, however, is irrelevant. It's not going anywhere anytime soon.
Facebook's first day of public stock trading was a record in terms of the amount of volume generated but in the end the IPO ended just slightly higher than its starting price of $38 a share.
Facebook's public stock offering has begun after suffering from a delay in its launch on the NASDAQ stock market. It was supposed to officially launch at 11 am Eastern time this morning.
Facebook has officially announced that, when its shares go on sale on Friday morning on the NASDAQ stock market, they will be priced at $38 a share - at the high end of expectations.
The launch of Facebook's public stock offering on Friday could cause Microsoft to get a big return on its current $240 million investment, not to mention other benefits.
Mark Zuckerberg's former business partner at The Facebook, Eduardo Saverin, will save millions of dollars later this week, as he renounced his United States citizenship before Facebook's IPO.
Microsoft and many other tech companies have a higher favorable impression than Facebook currently does in a new and extensive survey on Facebook.
A new filing indicates Facebook will be offering its shares at a higher price point than expected. There will also be more shares available than expected as well.
Facebook representatives are reportedly going to "ring" the opening bell on its NASDAQ IPO launch date remotely from the company's Menlo Park, California headquarters.
An expert in the field of antitrust deals has suggested that the Federal Trade Commission may take an interest in Facebook's purchase of Instagram, and could delay it by six months, if not more.
What worries Wall Street investors more than anything? Apparently it's Mark Zuckerberg's hoodie, which he wore to a meeting with potential investors.
In a meeting with possible investors of Facebook Monday, founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg and other company executives made their pitch ahead of its planned IPO launch.
Following the immense financial success of Angry Birds Space, the company is said to be preparing for an IPO currently set for next year.
Facebook has launched its "road show", a video that shows founder Mark Zuckerberg and a number of other company executives talking about why people should buy shares in their company.
Facebook has set the price range of stock for its IPO, according to sources close to the Wall Street Journal.
The Wall Street Journal claims that Facebook is planning to start its roadshow on Monday of next week, where it will pitch its stock to investors. If all goes well, the IPO could occur on May 18.
The Internet giant's IPO will likely be delayed to mid-June, as the company deals with distractions and recent deals, such as the purchase of Instagram and its patent deal with Microsoft.
As expected, Facebook has officially filed for its IPO today as it prepares to start trading the company's stock in public. It also says that the social networking service now has 845 million users.
New rumors have been posted that suggest Facebook could file for its initial public offering as soon as Wednesday, February 1 which could be worth up to $100 billion.
Facebook game publisher Zynga's stock didn't do as well as expected on the first day of trading as its stock price fell 5 percent to $9.50 on the NASDAQ stock market.
Zynga, the popular Facebook game publisher of titles like Farmville, Cityville and others, launches its IPO today on the NASDAQ stock market with a starting price of $10 a share.
Even as social networking game publisher Zynga preps to launch its IPO, a new rumor claims that the company asked employees to give back some of their stock options.
Successful Facebook game publisher Zynga could delay its plans to launch a public stock offering thanks to the current state of the stock market.
While the social networking web site Twitter has yet to file for its own public stock offering, an upcoming new financing deal for the site has now raised the company's current value to $7 billion....
Zynga has filed its IPO with the Securities and Exchange Commission, as Neowin has previously reported. The company is known for making games for Facebook, such as Farmville, Cityville, Frontierville, and other games; one of...
The Facebook social networking web site and service is now currently valued at about $70 billion, thanks to a new investor who is buying a small piece of the still privately owned company. Reuters reports...
When and if Facebook decides to sell its stock shares to the public, the value of the social networking company could be pretty massive. CNBC reports via unnamed sources, that the company founded by Mark...