After Facebook (FB/NASDAQ) announced its IPO in February 2012 and officially went public that May, the company previously valued at $50 B quickly declined and stocks tanked to half the initial price. Since the company went public, executives have had trouble maintaing customers’ privacies, managing mobile use, and maximizing profits from advertisements.
You’d think that Facebook’s tragic story would be a cautionary tale for other social media sites. However, Twitter announced this week that it’s ready to take the plunge. Read more from Mashable.com about why analysts think Twitter has learned from Facebook’s mistakes. Would you invest?