The second we mention the words 'social' or 'cloud,' our objectivity in judging businesses dissipates.
There might be less than meets the eye on the company's balance sheet.
The social networking behemoth is preparing to launch the largest Internet IPO in history, but some investors are starting to doubt the hype.
It's easy to get caught up in the hype and excitement, but proceed with caution.
The social network's furious growth and second-nature status among a coveted demographic make its IPO worth buying.
The secondary markets are closed off, but you can still invest in Facebook before its IPO. How? By investing in its investors.
Groupon's implosion is following a very familiar pattern, and it's not the only company doing so.
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