The company says the free corporate pages are good enough.
"There's still a zillion things it can do to make money."
Just seemed like a good time.
One analyst says it's a sign of "immaturity."
Fittingly, it's about a New York article on Mark Zuckerberg.
Shares will be probably be priced between $28 and $35.
Facebook updated its status.
Zuckerberg goes through the middleman.
Free food will do that.
The CEO wants everyone to know who's in charge.
The Instagram founders went to Vegas.
You can’t blame users for becoming hooting primates when a giant spaceship dumps a billion dollars out of its money hole.
Mark Zuckerberg is spending a bunch of money on the photo-sharing app.