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https://plus.google.com/112257417921298325353 Wanda Rodriguez :      California Governor Jerry Brown was counting on Facebook IPO’s success to improve the state budget...
     California Governor Jerry Brown was counting on Facebook IPO’s success to improve the state budget. 

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California Budget Hurt by Facebook's Stock-Price Slump
Facebook's disappointing IPO has claimed another victim: California's budget. Aides to Gov. Jerry Brown lowered their estimate of how much revenue the state will get from Facebook's IPO by nearly a third, to $1.3 billion in the three years ending in June 2014.
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https://plus.google.com/112257417921298325353 Wanda Rodriguez : Facebook IPO news and timelines: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-tech/post/facebook-ipo-catches...
Facebook IPO news and timelines:

http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/post-tech/post/facebook-ipo-catches-lawmakers-attention/2012/05/17/gIQA5veVWU_blog.html

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Bad Data and Bad Decisions: Facebook's Sinking IPO
Embed Bad Data and Bad Decisions: Facebook's Sinking IPO on Your Site: Copy and Paste the Code Below Bad Data and Bad Decisions: Facebooks's Sinking IPO - An infographic by the team at Data Qua
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https://plus.google.com/108078915588280205445 Sacramento Web Design Group : UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court http://ow.ly/2Q54gP
UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court http://ow.ly/2Q54gP
UBS cannot arbitrate vs Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court
By Jonathan Stempel NEW YORK (Reuters) - A divided U.S. appeals court rejected UBS AG's bid to force Nasdaq OMX Group Inc to arbitrate a dispute over the exchange operator's alleged "catastrophic mismanagement" of Facebook Inc's $16 billion initial public offering. The 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York on Friday said UBS' agreement with Nasdaq to help make a market for Facebook shares did not entitle the Swiss bank to arbitration, in ...
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https://plus.google.com/112257417921298325353 Wanda Rodriguez :      On June 25, 2012, five weeks after the Facebook IPO, I contacted Stewarts Law regarding the Facebook...
     On June 25, 2012, five weeks after the Facebook IPO, I contacted Stewarts Law regarding the Facebook Internet Tracking litigation. On June 26, 2012, my cell phone conversation with my sister was dropped a record 5 times the minute we mentioned Facebook Inc.

     I shared the email address used to send this email with AG Kamala Harris’s Public Inquiry Unit and the Government Whistleblower Office that I contacted in May 2012.

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https://plus.google.com/105870417974324589676 Today's General Counsel : Appeals Court shoots down arbitration for UBS, #Nasdaq in #Facebook IPO case http://ow.ly/DGYGn (via...
Appeals Court shoots down arbitration for UBS, #Nasdaq in #Facebook IPO case http://ow.ly/DGYGn (via @Reuters)
Appeals Court Nixes Arbitration For UBS, Nasdaq In Facebook IPO Case - Today's General Counsel
UBS cannot force Nasdaq to arbitrate its claims of “catastrophic mismanagement” of the 2012 Facebook IPO, a divided appeals court ruled. UBS seeks to recoup its more than $350 million in losses from the technologically challenged IPO, which saw a delayed opening and two hours of trading lost in the morass of Nasdaq’s jammed system. …
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https://plus.google.com/108739226270997736765 SalesStaff : What the Facebook IPO Means to #B2BMarketing Pros http://bit.ly/1si384x #Marketing
What the Facebook IPO Means to #B2BMarketing Pros http://bit.ly/1si384x #Marketing
What the Facebook IPO Means to B2B Marketing Pros
What exactly does the Facebook IPO mean to B2B marketing pros?
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https://plus.google.com/114843182501025535941 4thWEB : UBS cannot arbitrate vs Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court - Reuters #4thweb
UBS cannot arbitrate vs Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court - Reuters #4thweb
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https://plus.google.com/107926545103148428173 Kibow Tech : UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court #Tech
UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court #Tech
UBS cannot arbitrate with Nasdaq over Facebook IPO: court
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A divided U.S. appeals court on Friday rejected UBS AG's bid to compel Nasdaq OMX Group Inc to arbitrate a dispute over how the exchange operator handled Facebook Inc's May 2012 initial public offering. By a 2-1 vote, the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York upheld a lower court judge's conclusion that UBS' claims were not subject to arbitration. UBS claimed that Nasdaq's mismanagement of the IPO caused the Swiss ban...
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https://plus.google.com/108503104081913152826 Gordian Braun : One day before the Facebook IPO in 2012 I bought 16,667 American 1/1 put options (due Dec. 2012) because...
One day before the Facebook IPO in 2012 I bought 16,667 American 1/1 put options (due Dec. 2012) because I could not believe in this valuation. To this time Facebook was valued at a price more than BMW, Deutsche Bank and Adidas together. Today the market capitalization is even higher.
However, the High Tech sector is still valuating (potential) M&A’s at sums unbelievable. Facebook acquiring WhatsApp is a perfect example.
What do you think?
Huge tech bubble? Overvalued vs. potential customer lifetime value? Acquisition reasonable?

http://dealbook.nytimes.com/2014/10/28/facebooks-21-8-billion-acquisition-lost-138-million-last-year/?_php=true&_type=blogs&_r=0
Facebook's $21.8 Billion WhatsApp Acquisition Lost $138 Million Last Year
Based on the data in a new securities filing, Mark Zuckerberg’s company paid about 2,000 times annual revenue for WhatsApp.
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https://plus.google.com/105909382656908500101 Casie Gillette : How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly...
How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO

Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly devalued Facebook's initial public stock offering...but I don't think he's wrong that his +WordStream study comparing the effectiveness of Facebook ads to Google ads contributed significantly to investor jitters, given that his study was quoted by major media and probably viewed by at least 10 million people.

But the real buried juice in this article is Larry' tips on how to create and promote content that has a much better chance of going viral. +Stone Temple Consulting just had two of its most viral ever content pieces in the last month, and I concur with the tips +Larry Kim gives here. 

You can never guarantee anything going viral, but here are things you can do to make it more likely (but caution: hard work involved!)

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Oops, I Ruined the Facebook IPO!
Facebook's IPO back in 2012 was the biggest and most high profile IPO flops of the century – and this Internet Marketer's content marketing efforts may have inadvertently triggered the epic Facebook
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https://plus.google.com/108253732702729976280 Kiersten Anderson : How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly...
How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO

Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly devalued Facebook's initial public stock offering...but I don't think he's wrong that his +WordStream study comparing the effectiveness of Facebook ads to Google ads contributed significantly to investor jitters, given that his study was quoted by major media and probably viewed by at least 10 million people.

But the real buried juice in this article is Larry' tips on how to create and promote content that has a much better chance of going viral. +Stone Temple Consulting just had two of its most viral ever content pieces in the last month, and I concur with the tips +Larry Kim gives here. 

You can never guarantee anything going viral, but here are things you can do to make it more likely (but caution: hard work involved!)

#plusonly  
Oops, I Ruined the Facebook IPO!
Facebook's IPO back in 2012 was the biggest and most high profile IPO flops of the century – and this Internet Marketer's content marketing efforts may have inadvertently triggered the epic Facebook
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https://plus.google.com/105225758574529720824 Oleg Moskalensky : How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly...
How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO

Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly devalued Facebook's initial public stock offering...but I don't think he's wrong that his +WordStream study comparing the effectiveness of Facebook ads to Google ads contributed significantly to investor jitters, given that his study was quoted by major media and probably viewed by at least 10 million people.

But the real buried juice in this article is Larry' tips on how to create and promote content that has a much better chance of going viral. +Stone Temple Consulting just had two of its most viral ever content pieces in the last month, and I concur with the tips +Larry Kim gives here. 

You can never guarantee anything going viral, but here are things you can do to make it more likely (but caution: hard work involved!)

#plusonly  
Oops, I Ruined the Facebook IPO!
Facebook's IPO back in 2012 was the biggest and most high profile IPO flops of the century – and this Internet Marketer's content marketing efforts may have inadvertently triggered the epic Facebook
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https://plus.google.com/107022061436866576067 Mark Traphagen : How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly...
How Larry Kim Ruined the Facebook IPO

Spoiler alert: +Larry Kim doesn't really think he singlehandedly devalued Facebook's initial public stock offering...but I don't think he's wrong that his +WordStream study comparing the effectiveness of Facebook ads to Google ads contributed significantly to investor jitters, given that his study was quoted by major media and probably viewed by at least 10 million people.

But the real buried juice in this article is Larry' tips on how to create and promote content that has a much better chance of going viral. +Stone Temple Consulting just had two of its most viral ever content pieces in the last month, and I concur with the tips +Larry Kim gives here. 

You can never guarantee anything going viral, but here are things you can do to make it more likely (but caution: hard work involved!)

#plusonly  
Oops, I Ruined the Facebook IPO!
Facebook's IPO back in 2012 was the biggest and most high profile IPO flops of the century – and this Internet Marketer's content marketing efforts may have inadvertently triggered the epic Facebook
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https://plus.google.com/102390641475755720139 Red Base Interactive : What the Facebook IPO Means to #Marketing Pros http://bit.ly/1wdWTVy
What the Facebook IPO Means to #Marketing Pros http://bit.ly/1wdWTVy
What the Facebook IPO Means to B2B Marketing Pros
What exactly does the Facebook IPO mean to B2B marketing pros?
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https://plus.google.com/108739226270997736765 SalesStaff : What the Facebook IPO Means to #B2BMarketing Pros http://bit.ly/1rXG9Pu #Marketing
What the Facebook IPO Means to #B2BMarketing Pros http://bit.ly/1rXG9Pu #Marketing
What the Facebook IPO Means to B2B Marketing Pros
What exactly does the Facebook IPO mean to B2B marketing pros?
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https://plus.google.com/104977634373199897903 Gunster Law : Alibaba's tech effect, Nasdaq's new 'all-inclusive' fees, more (Securities Edge September recap) October...
Alibaba's tech effect, Nasdaq's new 'all-inclusive' fees, more (Securities Edge September recap)

October 3, 2014

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CHINA ROCKS THE TECH WORLD

Alibaba’s record IPO – How will it affect U.S. technology companies?

Sure enough, the Chinese e-commerce giant’s $25 billion initial public offering was the largest to date in the U.S. – far better for investors than Facebook’s IPO two years ago. But what will its entry onto the U.S. marketplace mean for other tech stock, or the tech economy in general? Bob White lays out four possible areas of impact. Read more >>

IS CAPITAL-RAISING BETTER OR WORSE?

The JOBS Act – Any results yet?

Initial optimism about the JOBS Act, signed into law in April 2012, has stalled as we are still waiting for final regulations from the SEC.
There are moves forward and back for crowdfunding, Regulation A+, emerging growth company IPOs … find out why Bob White gives the JOBS Act a C+ so far. Read more >>

A LA CARTE FEES GOING AWAY

Nasdaq annual listing fees are going up, up (but not away)

Nasdaq’s annual listing fees are set to increase in the new year, but issuers who essentially sign up early for the new, all-inclusive annual fee get a small advantage, courtesy of the exchange. Read more >>

COMPLIANCE CHALLENGE

Despite First Amendment concerns, conflict minerals rule here to stay

The first Conflict Minerals Reports were due to the SEC on June 2, 2014 (reporting on the 2013 calendar year). An analysis of the initial wave of filings is enlightening. For example, it appears that many company owners/directors have not dug deeply enough to uncover potential sourcing problems in their supply chains. IBM and HP were among dozens of firms that identified gold sourced from North Korea, which is under sanctions. Read more >>
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