Social marketing software provider Spredfast announced Tuesday that it raised $18 million in venture capital in a round led by OpenView Venture Partners and joined by existing investors Austin Ventures and InterWest Partners.
T. Rowe Price
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.
Neither Google nor LinkedIn went public at a time when it was crystal-clear how much their companies would earn and when.
Investment king Warren Buffett said Friday that he will not buy Facebook shares when the company’s initial public offering launches May 18. But what about average investors who want to get in on the action? Might E*Trade be able to come to their rescue?
A handful of mutual funds may contain private shares of Facebook, but investing in any of them doesn’t even come close to actually buying stock in the social network.
Are Facebook employees cashing out their stock to avert a decline in the shares’ value?
T. Rowe Price has revealed that several of its funds have Facebook holdings, together totaling $190 million as of the end of March.