Zynga Expects Stock IPO To Raise $1 Billion Social media gaming company Zynga this week is expected to begin trading its shares publicly. It plans to sell 100 million shares — each one priced anywhere from $8.50 to $10. Zynga's initial public offering is expected be the largest technology IPO since Google's in 2004.
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Zynga Expects Stock IPO To Raise $1 Billion

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Zynga Expects Stock IPO To Raise $1 Billion

Zynga Expects Stock IPO To Raise $1 Billion

Zynga Expects Stock IPO To Raise $1 Billion

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Social media gaming company Zynga this week is expected to begin trading its shares publicly. It plans to sell 100 million shares — each one priced anywhere from $8.50 to $10. Zynga's initial public offering is expected be the largest technology IPO since Google's in 2004.

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Correction Dec. 14, 2011

A previous online introduction to this story incorrectly said that the Zynga IPO was expected to be the largest since Google's in 2004. It was actually expected to be the largest technology IPO since Google's.