Monthly Archives: April 2012

WSJ: Facebook’s Growth Slows as IPO Nears

“We are seeing slowing growth [at Facebook], which is never a positive thing,” said Lou Kerner, founder of SecondShares.com. Read the full article here: http://on.wsj.com/JLbPEP

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LA Times: Facebook’s first-quarter finances underwhelm as IPO nears

Lou Kerner, founder of SecondShares.com, downplayed the significance of Facebook’s results. Facebook is expected to hold the largest Internet IPO in history next month, raising as much as $10 billion and achieving a valuation that could top $100 billion. “Few … Continue reading

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NY Post: Fears over new tech wreckage

Lou Kerner said Facebook’s IPO represents a divide between old guard and the new tech community. “The world’s never seen an IPO with as much global demand outside of Wall Street as there exists for Facebook,” Kerner said. “It can … Continue reading

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Bloomberg TV: Facebook Financial Data, IPO, Zuckerberg’s Strategy

Lou Kerner on Bloomberg TV

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The Top 10 Reasons Facebook Paid $1 Billion For Instagram

Yesterday we got yet another reminder of the spectacular period of wealth creation we are in as Instagram, a company barely two years old, was acquired by Facebook (a company itself just seven years old and sporting a $100 billion … Continue reading

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