Red Bull, DJs and roller hockey (but no champagne): How Facebook workers celebrated IPO windfall with all-night 'hackathon' at California HQ At that point the firm’s founder Mark Zuckerberg was due to ring the Nasdaq bell to start shares in the ... they bounce ideas off each other and create concepts like Timeline and Facebook chat, which have come out of previous events. 05/17/2012 - 11:01 pm | View Link
Status update: Mark Zuckerberg listed a company on NASDAQ Above: click to enlarge To celebrate the once-in-a-lifetime, historic moment, Zuckerberg posted a status update like no other to Facebook. “Mark Zuckerberg listed a company on NASDAQ ... to turn on the light and ring the bell. Then we attached ... 05/17/2012 - 7:48 pm | View Link
Watch Mark Zuckerberg Ring In Facebook's IPO Just a few times a year, the NASDAQ exchange allows VIPs to virtually ring the opening ... the ad industry? Zuckerberg will be ringing the virtual bell from Facebook headquarters in Menlo Park, Calif., following an all-night “hackathon” intended ... 05/17/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Rings In IPO, With A Hackers’ Touch Additionally, to keep its engineers on target leading up to today’s initial public offering, Facebook hosted an all-night hackathon, beginning at 7 p.m. PT Thursday and lasting until Zuckerberg rang the Nasdaq bell this morning to commemorate the IPO ... 05/17/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
Watch Mark Zuckerberg Ring The NASDAQ Bell Before Facebook’s IPO You can watch here on TechCrunch or on the NASDAQ website as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg made history this morning ringing the bell to open the day’s trading on the NASDAQ from Facebook’s headquarters just before his company’s IPO. The ceremony ... 05/17/2012 - 1:00 pm | View Link
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On this episode of Market Foolery, host Chris Hill is joined by Million Dollar Portfolio's Jason Moser, and Stock Advisor Canada's Taylor Muckerman as they dig into the latest earnings news as a horde of companies report their results. But while they are focused on the wins at Halliburton (NYSE: HAL) and Hasbro (NASDAQ: HAS), they have other reasons to check in with Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) and Fitbit (NYSE: FIT).
As you probably know by now, Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP) officially graduated to the big kids table with its recent IPO, joining the likes of Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) and Twitter (NYSE: TWTR) in the hierarchy of publicly traded social media giants. As history has shown though, pulling off a high profile IPO is just the first step in what many hope will be a long arc of corporate greatness.
About 400 people have marched in Minsk, the capital of Belarus, to mark the anniversary of the 1986 Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster and protest the construction of a nuclear plant in Belarus.
Wednesday was the 31st anniversary of the explosion and fire at the nuclear plant in neighboring Ukraine.
Bank stocks have been surging again over the past few days, as the outcome of the presidential election in France, as well as Donald Trump's vow to lower the corporate tax rate, is buoying investor sentiment toward the sector. Most recently, Trump reiterated his support earlier this week for lowering the corporate income tax rate from a high of 35% down to only 15%.