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Forbes  Jun 16  Comment 
Snap‘s shares declined by close to 5% in Thursday’s trading, touching their IPO price of $17, amid investor concerns about the fierce competition that the company faces from social media behemoth Facebook. How concerned should investors be?
New York Times  Jun 16  Comment 
Facebook wants to rely on technology to help it spot extremist content. But how do you teach a computer context?
Clusterstock  Jun 16  Comment 
Have you ever used Uber, Ebay, Facebook or AirBnB? Then you are officially part of the sharing economy.  The unofficial "economy" encompasses the ideas behind open-source software and peer-to-peer sharing. Companies like Uber let you connect...
TechCrunch  Jun 16  Comment 
 We’re looking for a few good startups based in sub-Saharan Africa to participate in our inaugural Startup Battlefield Africa, and all you startup folks out there in the region aren’t going to want to miss this. TechCrunch is excited to be...
Financial Times  Jun 16  Comment 
Social network is wading into a crowded field in quest for eyeballs and ad dollars
Forbes  Jun 16  Comment 
Social media's biggest platform announced it is looking for input on how to manage what close to two billion users are posting, for better and worse.
Japan Today  Jun 15  Comment 
Facebook has started deploying its artificial intelligence capabilities to help combat terrorists' use of its service. Company officials said in a blog post Thursday that Facebook will use…
Cellular News  Jun 15  Comment 
andnbsp;DialogTech, the leading provider of actionable marketing analytics for phone calls, today announced a new partnership and integration with Yext, the global digital knowledge management provider. The integration, which is now available via...
Forbes  Jun 15  Comment 
Facebook says its current efforts primarily focus on ISIS and Al Qaeda and their affiliates, and that the company is looking to use technology to fight other terrorist activity in the future, with over 150 staffers focused on the undertaking.
Wall Street Journal  Jun 15  Comment 
New software is tasked with identifying videos, photos, language and users that need to be removed, at times without human moderators.




 
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Facebook (NASDAQ:FB) is a publicly-held social networking corporation which was launched on February 4, 2004. Businesses of all sizes are able to connect through this venue to advertise their products and keep in-touch with peers, friends and family. Users of this platform are also able to connect and interact with friends and also advertise brand products to each other. This Resource Delivery Channel has been integrated into so many Management Information Web-Base corporations to engage users to connect with current news around the world using Apple (AAPL) apps., [[1]] Java programming use for develop apps, [[2]] (JBVEF) for Recipes, Poetry, Job Bank and search engines like Google (GOOG). Facebook generates funds by providing statistical information from resource links and script-writers extrapolating from related strings of comments following Sit-coms, etc.[1]

Business Overview

For the full year 2011, Facebook reported a total revenue of $3.71B and a net income of $1.00B. For the full year 2010, Facebook's total revenue was $1.97B and its net income was $.61B. This represents an 88% increase in revenue and a 64% increase in net income year over year. The last year that Facebook reported a net loss was 2008.[2]

Facebook Inc. has dominated most social network communication corporations which have been in existence for centuries with its innovative state-of-art apps. Businesses, both commercial and retail are conveying news and advertisements today which are broadcasted by primetime news anchors. Similar public owned social network corporations like JBVEF[2]continue to provide information on Recipes, Poetry and Job Bank.

This company have brought global communications to our fingertips and attracted deep pocket investors to rush and capitalize for future returns.[3]

New Updates

In February 2012, Facebook filed with the SEC to raise up to $5 billion in an initial public offering, which today makes views and advertisements available to broadcasters of primetime news anchors.

This company have brought global communications to our fingertips and attracted deep pocket investors to rush and capitalize for future returns.

64% increase in net income a publicly traded company. The company is listed on the [[<script <script id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>NASDAQ]] with "FB" ticker symbol[4] [5] BofA Merrill Lynch, JP Morgan, <script id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>and Goldman, Sachs & Co are expected to be the lead underwriters.

The second earnings for FB release as a publicly traded company, Facebook has been under heavy pressure to base its revenue from the billion users. With the pressure of having to deliver to shareholders, founder and CEO mark Zuckerberg has been working on several fronts, from mobile to apps, but one of their newest, revenue-centered products is the <script id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>Facebook Exchange. The usability of Facebook is very so similar to GOOGLE with billions of users using the functionaliyies that makes it more user friendly.

The largest social network has recently released some data on how its advertising platform for real-time bidding will deliver for advertisers, helping to rake in some money as it battles Google for display dominance in the web.

Trends & Forces

Rise in Mobile

As users increasingly use mobile devices to visit sites like Facebook, the number of views from standard web browsers has tremedously decreased.


References

  1. FB s-1/A 2012 PROSPECTUS SUMMARY "Facebook, Inc." pg. 1-4
  2. JBVEF
  3. FB s-1/A 2012 PROSPECTUS SUMMARY "Selected Consolidated Financial Data" pg. 43
  4. FB s-1/A 2012 PROSPECTUS SUMMARY "Director Independence" pg. 105
  5. Renaissance Capital <script id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>-I<script id="ie-deferred-loader" defer="defer" src="//:"></script>PO Home "Facebook files for a $5 billion IPO"
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