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  • Facebook announces 'app center', paid apps

    Facebook announces 'app center', paid apps
    Facebook users who haven't yet discovered the joys of FarmVille or plugged in to the sounds of Spotify will be getting an easier way to find apps that run on the site. On Thursday, the site unveiled Facebook App Center, a clearinghouse for social apps...
  • Morgan Stanley Made Money on Facebook Share Drop

    Morgan Stanley Made Money on Facebook Share Drop
    FORTUNE -- Here's another example of how on Wall Street for the big banks it's heads they win, tails they win. Even as Facebook's shares dropped, causing losses for regular investors, Morgan and other underwriters of the company's IPO likely racked up...
  • Facebook Stock Trading Begins Today

    Facebook Stock Trading Begins Today
    The most hyped IPO of the year is here, but you won't be able to trade Facebook's stock right when the market opens at 9:30 on Friday. That's because Facebook will trade on the Nasdaq exchange, which doesn't open up initial public offerings until a bit...
  • Is Facebook a graveyard for games?

    Is Facebook a graveyard for games?
    It may be a financial bonanza for investors riding on the coattails of Facebook's grand initial public offering today, but in social gaming land, few are celebrating. Facebook, whose popularity among its nearly 1 billion users has been partly fueled by...
  • Stocks: Worst week of the year

    Stocks: Worst week of the year
    Stocks closed out an ugly week. Despite initial euphoria surrounding the debut of Facebook on the public markets, the social network's shares barely popped above its offering price and failed to inspire investors to buy into the broader market. All three...
  • Facebook plunges 18% below IPO price

    Facebook plunges 18% below IPO price
    Facebook continued to plunge as its stock dropped nearly 9% Tuesday. Facebook fell as low as $30.98 per share just minutes after the the opening bell. That's 18% below $38, the price of its initial public offering, which debuted on the Nasdaq on Friday....
  • E3: Still relevant in a changing market?

    E3: Still relevant in a changing market?
    With the sale of packaged video games in decline, one may wonder whether a convention like E3, which opened Monday to begin its annual celebration of the spectacle of big-budget titles, is still needed. For the last 18 years, E3 has served as the...
  • Facebook may give access to children under 13

    Facebook may give access to children under 13
    SAN FRANCISCO — How young is too young to join Facebook? The Menlo Park, Calif., company currently bans anyone under age 13 from joining the world's most popular social network. Yet an estimated 7.5 million preteens — most of them under age...
  • Facebook gearing up for 2012 IPO: source

    Facebook gearing up for 2012 IPO: source
    Facebook, the world's largest Internet social network, is preparing for a initial public stock offering next year, according to a source familiar with the matter. Facebook is exploring raising $10 billion, the Wall Street Journal said on Monday. It...
  • Bill that will 'break the Internet' delayed until 2012

    Bill that will 'break the Internet' delayed until 2012
    A congressional vote on an anti-piracy bill that Internet heavyweights like Google say would be an online Armageddon has been delayed until 2012. The Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA), which was introduced in the House of Representatives in late October,...
  • Internet Blackout Against U.S. Law Fails To Enlist Big Sites

    Internet Blackout Against U.S. Law Fails To Enlist Big Sites
    A blackout scheduled for Wednesday to protest against proposed legislation on online piracy has failed to get the support of the biggest Internet players. Despite calls for the participation of sites such as Facebook, Twitter and other big names, the...
  • Biden Gaffe: VP Tells San Francisco Crowd 'Giants Headed To Super Bowl'

    Biden Gaffe: VP Tells San Francisco Crowd 'Giants Headed To Super Bowl'
    Vice President Joe Biden shocked Niner fans during a political fundraiser in San Francisco by proclaiming that "the Giants are on their way to the Super Bowl." Biden apparently confused his sports Wednesday and was swiftly booed by the crowd, according...