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United States: Second Circuit Holds Facebook IPO Underwriters Not Subject to Short-Swing Profit Rules - Morrison & Foerster LLP

On November 3, 2016, the Second Circuit upheld the district court's ruling involving the Facebook IPO that underwriters of the IPO are not required to disgorge short-swing profits
Mondaq

What you need to know on Wall Street right now

what you need to know on wall street right now
*Welcome to Finance Insider, Business Insider's summary of the top stories of the past 24 hours.* "Information wants to be free," the technology activist Stewart Brand once said. "Information also..
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News video: Snapchat files for IPO

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Messaging app Snapchat has filed confidentially with the US Securities and Exchange Commission for an initial public offering, sources familiar with the situation have told Reuters. As Lily Jamali..
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News video: Is a $25 Billion Snapchat IPO Feasible?

Is a $25 Billion Snapchat IPO Feasible? 01:53

Oct. 7 -- Snapchat's reported $25 billion valuation for its initial public offering could mean the messaging service would have to reach $1.3 billion in 2017 revenue to match Facebook's IPO multiple...
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Goldman, JPMorgan, Morgan Stanley defeat appeal over Facebook IPO

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Goldman Sachs Group Inc , JPMorgan Chase & Co and Morgan Stanley need not forfeit their estimated $100 million of profit from trading Facebook Inc stock soon after underwriting its..
Reuters

Cara Delevigne, Dakota Johnson FaceTime with bestie Taylor Swift

LONDON — For your birthday, how cool would it be to get a FaceTime call from T-Swift?  It could only be made cooler if Cara Delevigne was also there, sitting right next to you. Just kidding,..
Mashable

Charming Prince Harry takes a HIV test on Facebook Live

To raise awareness and encourage others to get tested, the British royal family broadcasted Prince Harry taking an HIV test on Facebook Live.  In addition to his efforts in the UK, he will also be..
Mashable

New Product and Service on AWS Cloud Allows Users to Ensure Reliability of Application's Results

While software users often blindly trust their computer's results, true software professionals know that there is no such thing as an "error free program" because proving that is simply impossible. The..
PRWeb

How this Houston biotech company used Facebook for its IPO

Houston-based Moleculin Biotech Inc. (Nasdaq: MBRX) successfully executed an initial public offering June 2, bringing in more than $9 million, 33 percent higher than what it originally planned for. The..
bizjournals

More Than Three Years after its IPO Facebook still Faces Lawsuits over the Issue

Facebook's IPO may have been more than three years old but lawsuits related to it are still not over, as a lot of people feel as if they were defrauded and are still looking for getting their money..
TopNews

Facebook faces IPO class-action lawsuits

Plaintiffs claim social network hid concerns about its growth forecasts ahead of 2012 listing
FT.com

Nasdaq Reports Record Third Quarter 2015 Non-GAAP Results

· Third quarter 2015 non-GAAP diluted EPS of $0.88, an increase of 13% compared to the third quarter of 2014. Record revenues and non-GAAP operating, pre-tax income, net income and diluted EPS. Third..
GlobeNewswire

Daniel M. Hawke, Chief of Market Abuse Unit, to Leave SEC After 16 Years of Service

The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced that Daniel M. Hawke, chief of the Division of Enforcement’s Market Abuse Unit and former Director of the Philadelphia Regional Office, is..
SEC

When and how did Facebook win social media?

By the time Facebook went public on May 18, 2012, the company had more than 900 million monthly active users, topped more than $1 billion in annual profits and even had an Oscar-winning film with..
Mashable

Nasdaq agrees $26.5m settlement over botched Facebook IPO

Nasdaq has agreed to pay $26.5 million to settle a class action lawsuit over the technical glitches that marred the IPO of Facebook in 2012.
Finextra

Nasdaq to settle Facebook IPO lawsuit for $26.5 million


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