NEW YORK ( TheStreet -- Did Facebook flinch on its valuation?
Facebook ecould file for its initial public offering as early as next week, according to The Wall Street Journal, which says the social networking giant is looking to structure the deal based on a total company valuation of between $75 billion and $100 billion.
Previous reports have said Facebook would come to market targeting a $100 billion valuation, so this looks like a bit of a comedown from prior expectations."They've flinched," said Francis Gaskins, president of IPO Desktop. "It was always $100 billion, but now with the range dropping to $75
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