The stock price falls nearly 13% Monday as CEO Thorsten Heins is ousted and a new business plan is unveiled.
The social network needs to offer its own smartphone, as mobile devices are the future of advertising.
The company publishes an open letter emphasizing that it has plenty of cash and no debt.
Fairfax Financial signs a deal to buy the struggling smartphone maker for $4.7 billion.
The preliminary deal with Fairfax Financial values the former smartphone leader at just $4.7 billion.
These are priced below their 50-day moving averages.
Investors are shifting their focus back to monetary policy and what the likely timing of the Fed's tapering may be.
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The apparel chain takes a hard hit after blaming the weather for its quarterly sales decline. But cold temperatures don't explain the drop in full-year sales as well.
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