Facebook Co-Founder Dustin Moskovitz founded workplace collaboration company Asana in 2009, but the Silicon Valley startup is in the news again, having received a sizable payment from PayPal and others.
The appointment earlier this week of Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg to the social network’s board of directors eliminated the lack of female voices on the group, but another type of voice is still lacking, according to blog Seeking Alpha.
Facebook made a move to silence critics who complained about the lack of women on its board of directors by adding a familiar name to the group: Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg.
Don’t you just love a good infographic? Earlier today, we spotted this interesting visual from The Wall Street Journal highlighting major stakeholders that have changed the number of shares they plan to sell when Facebook’s initial public offering launches tomorrow.
The much-ballyhooed Facebook initial public offering will open trading Friday morning at $38 per share, the top end of the range the social network filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission earlier this week, CNBC reported.
Facebook filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission Wednesday morning to add 83,818,263 shares to its Friday initial public offering, bringing the total offering to 421,233,615 shares of class-A common stock.
The Wall Street Journal isn’t the only news organization to turn to interactive online technology to cover Facebook’s May 18 initial public offering, as Australia’s News.com.au put together an interactive graphic featuring the estimated worth of key players inside and outside of the social network before and after the IPO.
Facebook’s initial public offering will make some already wealthy folks a lot deeper pocketed. But some have already cashed out, and now we know who.