Facebook IPO: What Mark Zuckerberg Would Do With All The Money
Just yesterday, we heard the news about Facebook making another amendment to the S-1 filing before the IPO, announcing that they will be selling an extra 50,162,302 shares in the event while placing them in a price range of $34 and $38 per share, which would be enough to raise about $14.7 billion, getting close to a total valuation of about $100 billion. That’s a lot of money. So, what would Mr. Zuck would do with all this money?
Well, for starters he would definitely waste some millions on buying new hoodies because he obviously loves to wear it everywhere he goes (I mean everywhere). Maybe he would spend another few millions to invent more annoying ways to earn more money. Who knows, whats going on his mind?
Alright, now let’s get into the serious talk. First thing you need to know is that, after this IPO, Facebook users will have to go through lots and lots of ads. They would probably bring out the ad-system to the mobile site too. How else are they going to survive after the IPO.
Facebook has already spend few bucks on buying Instagram, and when I mean few bucks, I mean about billion dollars. So, most probably Mr. Zuck would spend some of this money for investment to buy more social connection’s, like the uprising Viddy app or maybe few social games like Barn Buddy, to secure the flaw on Facebook and keep all those users addicted to it. More and more things will come into Facebook after this big event. Everyone’s in for a delightful surprise.
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