The new Nasdaq-SharesPost private market will make it far easier for pre-IPO companies and their investors to turn shares into cash. But at what price?
After multiple attempts — and failures — at trading for small, early-stage companies, Nasdaq is betting the private-equity farm on SharesPost’s technology. Is this enough to erase the Facebook fubar?
Want to buy shares in Twitter? Pinterest? Palantir? Nasdaq wants to help you out with that — and it might be able to as soon as this year.
Now that Facebook is fast on its way to becoming a public company, and its financials have been laid bare, there’s just one question that remains unanswered: What is Facebook actually worth?
Shutterstock/De MangoOur creepy, socially-networked future.
Twitter has taken a lot of flack for its slow approach to revenue, but a new report pegs the startup’s annual revenue at $1.194 billion in five years.
Editor's Pick Facebook’s valuation climbed significantly this year, settling at figures in excess of $80 billion just after the company’s developer conference this month, f8.