ACC 573 Week 10 Assignment 3 Evaluate the valuation and method used to determine the Initial Public Offering value of Facebook stock, indicating any miscalculations

ACC 573 Week 10 Assignment 3 Evaluate the valuation and method used to determine the Initial Public Offering value of Facebook stock, indicating any miscalculations


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Evaluate the valuation and method used to determine the Initial Public Offering value of Facebook stock, indicating any miscalculations in the valuation that may have mislead potential investors and how these errors may have been minimized. Provide support for your response. the performance of the stock within the first year of the public offering, indicating the drivers of the performance and the resulting impact to the company performance. an alternative method of valuation for the company valuation indicated and how it may have yielded a different value and the potential resulting impact to investor decision. Provide support for your rationale. the role of the Chief Executive Officer in relationship to the stock performance, suggesting what the person in...

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ACC 573 Week 10 Assignment 3 Evaluate the valuation and method used to determine the Initial Public Offering value of Facebook stock, indicating any miscalculations

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