Some People Think the Timing of Mark Zuckerberg’s Marriage Was Suspicious
Haters gonna hate.
Haters gonna hate.
He likens them to his own preference for black crew necks.By Charlotte Cowles
Technical problems contributed to the lackluster debut.By Margaret Hartmann
Guests thought they were attending his girlfriend's graduation party.By Andre Tartar
Who's making how much today?By Joe Coscarelli
Here we go!By Joe Coscarelli
Really?By Charlotte Cowles
The company says the free corporate pages are good enough.By Joe Coscarelli
It is, shall we say, a leeettle jaded.By Noreen Malone
"There's still a zillion things it can do to make money."By Joe Coscarelli
To $34–$38 a share.By Brett Smiley
Bloomberg: IPO demand is "weak." Reuters and CNBC: IPO is "oversubscribed."By Andre Tartar
One analyst says it's a sign of "immaturity."By Joe Coscarelli
Plus, two more i-D covers. Wink, wink.
Fittingly, it's about a New York article on Mark Zuckerberg.By Joe Coscarelli
The Zuck gets the yuk-yuk treatment.By Eliot Glazer
Maybe! But probably not.By Joe Coscarelli
Shares will be probably be priced between $28 and $35.By Joe Coscarelli
Zuckerberg goes through the middleman.By Joe Coscarelli
You can’t blame users for becoming hooting primates when a giant spaceship dumps a billion dollars out of its money hole.By Paul Ford
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