Facebook by the Numbers: IPO Filing Highlights

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Facebook’s S-1 IPO filling with the Securities and Exchange Commission is the first step toward becoming a public company — and the first time that public market investors have been able to scrutinize the company’s books. Here are some highlights.

845 million monthly active users; 483 million daily active users

— Revenue: $3.71 billion; net income: $1 billion

2.7 billion “Likes” and comments per day during the three months ended December 31, 2011

250 million photos uploaded per day

100 billion friendship connections

— CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s 2011 total compensation: $1.49 million

— COO Sheryl Sandberg’s 2011 total compensation: $30.9 million

— CFO David Ebersman’s 2011 total compensation: $18.65 million

— Zuckerberg’s annual salary starting in 2012: $1

— Facebook ticker symbol: FB (no exchange listed)

— Social game company Zynga accounted for about 12% of Facebook’s revenue in 2011

— Top 5 shareholders by ownership stake: Zuckerberg, 28.2%; Accel Partners, 11.4%; Co-founder Dustin Moskovitz, 7.6%; DST Global, 5.5%; Peter Thiel, 2.5%

— Mark Zuckerberg voting stake (due to proxy power): 56.9%

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