The social network's upcoming IPO appears to be 'zucking' the air out of other well-known Internet companies.
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This tech aims to be the eBay or Amazon of business-to-business commerce.
This leading Internet search company is growing at twice the speed of its US competitor.
The SEC is seen approving its prospectus soon. Then, CEO Mark Zuckerberg and others will travel the country to sell investors on the stock. The IPO, expected to value the social-networking company at around $100 billion, may come in mid-May.
This search giant is uniquely positioned to leverage its assets to compete in content delivery and social networking.
The social networking behemoth is preparing to launch the largest Internet IPO in history, but some investors are starting to doubt the hype.
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