Facebook’s IPO could be a lot of fun for all of us

A Facebook IPO could also be a big boon for the entire tech industry.

TechCrunch has compiled a list of the top five reasons why Facebook’s $19 billion IPO is a good thing for the industry.1.

It’s likely to be a boon for job creation1.

Facebook is going to get a lot more attention than Twitter.

Facebook currently has more than 6 billion users.

As its reach expands, so too will the amount of attention it receives from the media.

Twitter, by contrast, has only around 100 million users.

But Facebook has been in the spotlight for years for all sorts of reasons, from the Russian hacks to its decision to use ads in ads to its Facebook News Feed that now includes a ton of content.

Twitter is still struggling to recover from a disastrous acquisition.

Facebook will be the company to watch for the foreseeable future.

The company has been struggling to attract advertisers and investors, and it’s still trying to convince people that it’s the best place to find new things to share.

Its biggest competition is Twitter’s own News Feed.

If Facebook’s News Feed becomes more focused and more user-friendly, it’ll be even more of a boon to the entire industry.2.

Facebook’s CEO will likely be a star1.

The tech industry is full of big names.

If the Facebook CEO is any indication, he’s not.

Mark Zuckerberg has spent his entire life in the tech industry and has never held a single job outside of the tech world.

That’s why Facebook will likely see an influx of talent that could help the company grow and thrive.

But it will also be the biggest test of Zuckerberg’s leadership abilities, since he will be in charge of the company for the next 20 years or so.

Zuckerberg will need to be careful not to become a giant with a big ego.

He’s not going to be able to ignore criticism and he’ll need to stay on top of what the press is saying.

He will also need to learn from past mistakes and learn to be more flexible in how he responds to situations.3.

Facebook may attract huge numbers of new investors, not just a few1.

Many people who buy into an IPO don’t realize they’re buying into a big, expensive company.

Some people buy into Facebook because they want to buy something that’s going to make a big difference in their lives, like a house, a car, or even a vacation home.

In fact, the last thing many people want is a company that is going through the motions and doesn’t have an exciting product to talk about.

It may not make sense for Facebook to be worth $19B, but there’s no reason why it can’t be worth that much.

The IPO itself may make Facebook a bit of a bubble, but the value of its stock over time will make it worth more than the $19 B that’s currently trading on Wall Street.4.

Facebook could help bring about a lot better regulation for companies in the futureIf you’re a tech investor, Facebook is one of the biggest companies in your portfolio.

You may have invested in a stock or two in the past, and Facebook’s stock price has been rising steadily over the past few years.

If you invest in a company, it’s likely that Facebook will provide a lot to you.

And in a perfect world, this will happen even if you’re not a huge tech fan.

For example, Facebook already offers a number of services that make it easier for companies to comply with their regulatory obligations.

For instance, it lets companies upload photos to Facebook and then lets users post photos in public on Facebook.

If there’s a lawsuit in your area, Facebook can help protect you from it.

If companies don’t want to get in trouble with the government, Facebook may even let them avoid paying fines for things like non-compliance.

And of course, if Facebook is a giant, it could help shape the future of the Internet itself.

For all of these reasons, the prospect of an IPO is not a bad thing.

But be careful.

A lot of people will be tempted to buy in because of the hype.

They may get excited about the potential of a Facebook IPO because it’s such a big deal, and they may also be attracted by the opportunity to get some cash out of Facebook.

It might be worth your while to wait to buy into a company like Facebook if you don’t see much of a future in it.