Rumors are flying about Facebook filing for its first public offerings today (Monday) that could be worth $100 billion. Undoubtedly, we saw this coming in last year June itself and talked much about Facebook 100 billion valuation. So, just how much money is the world’s largest social network worth? Facebook’s IPO will be biggest of any tech company in history, in fact Six times that of Google’s filed back in 2004.
Facebook IPO could value nearly $100 billion and Morgan Stanley is close to be chosen as the lead underwriter for this deal. Only the US ‘giants of majors’ companies like AT&T, GM and VISA have had $10 Billion+ IPOs till date. Facebook is likely to be valued at $100 Billion, making Facebook bigger than ever before. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg will make an estimated $25 Billion, owing 24% of the company.
89% of Facebook’s revenue comes from advertising and the remaining 11% is through the Facebook credits. By the end of the year, Facebook will have 1/6th of the US’s display Ad revenue. Though it’s 4th when it comes to daily US visitors Facebook stands 1st in Ad revenue.
The Infographic below shows how the company projected valuation of $100 billion breaks down