Facebook's IPO may be grabbing all the headlines, but the social networker isn't the only stock in the investor spotlight.
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- Facebook's(:FB) imminent IPO may be grabbing most of the headlines on Friday, but the social networker isn't the only stock in the investor spotlight.
Shares of Internet giant Yahoo!(:YHOO) climbed 4.91% to $15.60 before market open after AllThingsD reported that the company is in the final stages of selling its stake in Alibaba back to the company.
Other Internet stocks were also moving premarket, buoyed by Facebook's mega-offering. Google(:GOOG), for example, continued its recent momentum, creeping up 0.79% to $628.
Social gamer Zynga(:ZNGA), a key Facebook partner, was up 1.57% to $8.40. Zynga was also one of the most active Nasdaq stocks in premarket trading on share volume of 182,663.
Apple(:AAPL) shares crept up 0.69% to $533.76 on share volume of 269,435.
--Written by James Rogers in New York.
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