Your Facebook IPO Weekend Reading List

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It’s been almost three months since Facebook registered to go public and started the complicated path to actually trading. (Can you spot where we are on Bloomberg Businessweek’s handy graphic of the process?) On Thursday it took a big step and told the world just how much it thinks it’s worth. Facebook priced its IPO at $28 to $35 a share, which gives the social network a valuation of as high as $96 billion. Before Facebook starts its investor roadshow next week, here’s a roundup of some news you can ponder over the weekend.

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