The economy and the market may have 99 problems, but a social media bubble isn't one.
The company, which reports its quarterly earnings Tuesday, has once again become an investor favorite.
Shares rise more than 3% Friday after the company reported strong revenue growth.
Investors will be paying close attention to the company's cost-per-click revenue, among other areas.
It's had a big run over the past few months, but it still hasn't reached its full potential.
The bid for Time Warner may not go through, but it's an indication that the industry is ripe for consolidation.
As more and more jobs become automated, the irony is that the most tech-savvy generation in history could lose out to the very technology it has mastered.
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