A few less-well-known names could join the big techs at the trough.
The social network's upcoming IPO appears to be 'zucking' the air out of other well-known Internet companies.
A handful of stocks are ripe for the picking in the current market swoon.
Vertex is upgraded at several firms, and Electronic Arts is both upgraded and downgraded.
Companies like Zynga make millions off of gamers. But will the market continue to grow?
Cloud services and online gambling could take the social gaming site to the next level.
The company hopes to attract more users to the popular game through new social network features.
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