Facebook filed its eighth amendment to its S-1 on May 16, which shows that some of the social network’s existing shareholders have increased the number of shares they plan to sell in the company’s public offering. Here’s a look at who has upped their offerings and who has decided to stay put.
Mark Zuckerberg Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg plans to sell 30.2 million shares in the company's initial public offering. He is not one of the shareholders who decided to increase the number of shares they planned to sell for the IPO. Eduardo Munoz/Reuters Buy Photo