Facebook's initial public offering may be delayed because of a Federal Trade Commission probe. But the few who will be able to get their hands on shares whenever FB goes public won't have to wait to see what the stock certificate looks like.
The Menlo Park-based social-networking company is largely expected to begin selling public shares of Facebook on May 18.
Thursday, the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission released an image of what Facebook's stock will look like.
Facebook's IPO is expected to be the largest debut for an Internet company ever. The company is looking to raise more than $10 billion on shares priced between $28 to $35.