After one week of trading Facebook stock continues to drop. Since the initial bump of $40 dollars, Share prices have continued to slide below its IPO value of $38 (as of this writing the share price has dipped below $32).
As expected, this has affected the Facebook company significantly. From the highs of the IPO launch euphoria, drastic changes have been happening to handle the much lower than expected revenue. Dogs & Jeans has seen the signs:
• Employee theme party “We’re Millionaires!” has been downgraded to “We’re Really, Really Rich!”
• Zuckerberg has abandoned his traditional hoodie for a barrel and suspenders
• Current Facebook promotion: Click this add or we kill this puppy!
• Every stock purchase comes with $100 voucher for Groupon
• Employee parking spaces have been rented out to Sunglasses Hut, Virgin Mobile kiosks, Cinnibon stands and Inkjet refill services.
• The Winkle Voss twins have been driving past Facebook HQ in a fan bearing the slogan “Suck It!”
• Even Curt Schilling turned down an offer to head up their new business division
• Construction has been halted on the Olympic-sized employee ball pit
• Every second computer monitor’s screen saver has been replaced with a scrolling ‘YOU”RE FIRED!” message.