In this installment of Investor Beat: the social networking site celebrates its one-year anniversary as a public company. What’s next for the internet giant?
While the social media network trumpets its 1 billion users, new research indicates about 100 million of them could be dogs, brands or even toasters.
One year after a catastrophic offering, fund managers and analysts say it's time to take another look at the social network's stock.
To a forward-looking market, the social network's flawed debut is old news. The stock has recovered -- but have investors?
This car manufacturer has endeavored to do things differently from the beginning, and that may give it interesting potential.
The company runs the risk of a Windows 8 disaster if the changes are too drastic.
Critics question the app's appeal, but usage will inevitably increase with widespread smartphone compatibility.
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