Image via WikipediaIf you are that person who loves to invest in companies, then this could be one of the greatest offers you wouldn’t want to miss at all in this New Year.

Reports say Facebook Inc. is likely to command a valuation more than five times higher than Google Inc. as it seeks to raise $5 billion in the world’s largest initial public offering of an Internet company.

The social-networking company, which filed for the IPO on February 1, 2012, may be valued at as much as $100 billion in the sale.

With all statistics indicating that an investment in the world’s largest social networking site could make lots of “millionaires” in the years to come, lots of lobbying is going on under the carpets by investors….more soon






Prince Baah-Duodu is an active blogger and believes in social activism. Prince is currently the Ghana representative of ACME Infotech (India) working as a Marketing Executive; outsourcing Graphic, Web design and Software services. I am a graduate of University of Cape Coast, Ghana and a two time President of AIESEC. I have a passion for writing so currently write for this blog and modernghana as columnist. Through blogging, i hope to promote peaceful co-existence among readers, share constructive opinion on culture, lifestyle, entertainment issues happening in India, Ghana and the world; when the need arises, i talk politics. I largely blog to promote peace and alert the youth about the need to believe in themselves to strive for excellence. Posted on February 6, 2012, in Business, Technology and tagged $100 billion, $5 billion, facebook, google, Initial public offering, IPO, Mark Zuckerberg, Morgan Stanley, New Year, Social networking service, Wikipedia, Zuckerberg. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a Comment.

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