Facebook Joins the NASDAQ-100 (While RIM Gets Ditched)

The NASDAQ-100 is a stock market index which tracks the performance of the largest non-financial companies in the world. Yawn. But every year, it gets a little reshuffle to keep it fresh and relevant — and the changes can be rather telling. Read More >>

Why Facebook Investors Ignored The Signs of Its Doomed IPO

During the build up to Facebook's initial public offering last month, there were plenty of clues to suggest that it wouldn't make small investors any money. But that didn't stop them flocking to the deal, in turn wasting their money. Why is that? Read More >>

NASDAQ Plans to Compensate Facebook IPO Losers

After openly admitting that they screwed up over Facebook's IPO, NASDAQ is now planning to compensate those who made a loss when their systems failed to allow trades to take place. Read More >>

NASDAQ: We Really Messed Up the Facebook IPO

If all the noise and fanfare of Friday was anything to go by, you'd be forgiven for thinking that Facebook's IPO was nothing but a roaring success. Turns out that, behind the scenes, NASDAQ was a crumbling wreck. Read More >>

Facebook Stock Traded at a Record-Breaking 2.7 Million Shares Per Second

The Facebook IPOcalypse continues, free falling first, now barely recovering. We don't know if it's going to be the most successful opening IPO in history but, right now, it seems they may have broken the record for the fastest traded record in history. Read More >>


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