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filmdude
I'm a republican bot: "Economy & Jobs..." skip MP3
01:04 AM on 07/27/2012
And in a month it comes out that it wasn't quite 1.18 Billion, and yada, yada, freakin' yada... Stocks up, down and Wall street is so honest ;-)
ThinkGlobal
Military Spending Killing America
12:37 AM on 07/27/2012
Facebook is a phenomenon as a company and Big Brother.
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Leroy Leblanc
12:22 AM on 07/27/2012
facebook is the most over valued over hyped company in the history of over hyped over valued companies. may a fool and their money be easily departed regarding an investment in FB. of course the smart money has already exited, e.g., goldman
12:11 AM on 07/27/2012
Facebook is bad. Mkay.
12:01 AM on 07/27/2012
Facebook has value, and it has a viable business model, by selling advertising space along with the very little overhead and general expenses of running a web site. The problem is its so incredible, ridiculously overvalued. 100 billon dollars!!?? For a social networking site that could be easily replaced or fall out of favor, that sells ads nobody even looks at? I would put the actual value at anywhere from 5 to 10 billon.
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Mike Keohane
11:59 PM on 07/26/2012
I predict that as the economy improves and more and more people have to work and engage in productive activities, fewer people will have time to twitter on Facebook.
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Steve Rockett
01:31 AM on 07/27/2012
Good point.
jvtrio
Clowns to the left of me...Jokers to the right
11:59 PM on 07/26/2012
Had to laugh when I saw the new headline for this article.

'Know What's Cool? A Billion Users'

It should read: Know who's not cool? A billion users
12:09 AM on 07/27/2012
My sentiments exactly.
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AirStreamDriver
Keep the Conservatives out of our lives.
11:50 PM on 07/26/2012
You want to know how good the long term business model of Facebook is? Warren Buffet, Mr. Buy And Hold, who buys big stakes in companies he believes in doesn't own a penny of Facebook stock, thats how good.
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critterzdad2
Even a stopped clock is right twice a day.
11:49 PM on 07/26/2012
They go so well with my multiples of billions of dollars- thanks suckers! (Sincerely, M. Zuckerberg)
11:46 PM on 07/26/2012
Facebook has a lot users, but they don't sell anything, and with the rise of mobile internet, advertising is even less effective than it already was. You need more than advertising space (advertising most uses barely notice) to convince investors this a business model meant for the long haul.
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Limitedgov
The tears of liberals sweeten my morning coffee.
11:40 PM on 07/26/2012
I am glad the HuffPo writer who wrote this tripe is not managing my portfolio.
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oftenon
cartoons are the best explanation
11:32 PM on 07/26/2012
the lack of a conspicuous profit model still nettles the paranoid with exactly WHERE the dough actually comes from...
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AndList
Big Foot is Cooler than Jesus
11:29 PM on 07/26/2012
It's nothing but a glorified address book with family members names, birthdays and present recommendations (likes). It wont be much longer now.
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Jerry Frey
unCommon sense for the common good
11:09 PM on 07/26/2012
Mark Zuckerberg, the face behind Facebook, is worth billions, at age 28. He controls an amount of wealth unimaginable even to John D. Rockefeller in the heyday of unregulated greed: monopolies.

http://napoleonlive.info/economics/middle-class-economy-21st-cen/
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OutAtFirst
Mountain goat, desert rat and sea dog
11:00 PM on 07/26/2012
Facebook + 5 years = MySpace