But the market is beginning to look overbought as oil prices and interest rates are on the move again. Google, Apple and Facebook boost the Nasdaq.
Now that we know the review site can make money in mobile, there are two ways this story could play out -- and both are winners.
It's selling 15-second news feed video ads for $2.5 million, hoping to pry some money away from the tube.
Mark Zuckerberg might have something big with $2.5 million TV-style commercial spots.
The shares are up more than 42% since reporting a huge earnings and revenue beat for the 2nd quarter. CEO Zuckerberg's stake has jumped from $13 billion to $18.8 billion.
Though 2Q earnings were strong, shares plunged Friday after the company said it won't go forward with this potentially lucrative US market.
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