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This Day in Business History: Facebook IPOs

May 18 2012: Facebook started trading on NASDAQ as FB, with common stock priced at $38 per share. This gave Facebook a $104B valuation, nearly four times Google’s $23B valuation at it’s 2004 IPO. The IPO was notable for more...

New for Emory Alumni: DataPlanet

  Emory University is able to provide all Goizueta Business School alumni free remote access to DataPlanet.  This database includes over 65 billion U.S. and international data points, allowing users to create customized tables, trends charts, geo maps and more. ...

This Day in Business History: Happy Birthday NYSE!

May 17, 1792: Outside of 66 Wall Street, under a buttonwood tree, 24 stockbrokers and merchants signed what became known as the Buttonwood Agreement, which established The New York Stock Exchange. The very first listed company on the exchange was Bank of New...

This Day in Business History: New York Stock Exchange Founded

May 17, 1792 – Outside of 68 Wall Street under a Buttonwood Tree, 24 New York City stockbrokers and merchants signed the Buttonwood Agreement which began the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Stock Exchanges have been around for while in United States. In 1790, the...