Mark Zuckerberg is a long way from the typical Wall Street type. That doesn't seem to be impacting his company's IPO, however.
The social network's upcoming IPO appears to be 'zucking' the air out of other well-known Internet companies.
Under Armour is upgraded to 'buy,' and Marvell Technology is downgraded to 'neutral.'
A handful of stocks are ripe for the picking in the current market swoon.
With pre-IPO shares going mostly to Wall Street's top clients, advisers are seeking alternative ways to be part of the action.
With the IPO two weeks away, here are some guidelines for determined buyers.
The social network for professionals is profitable and making a savvy acquisition.
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