Though there's lots of buzz, traders and consumers should temper their enthusiasm for the social-networking giant.
Social media will steal the spotlight this weekend.
Ford shares slump on disappointing results.
Hang in there, Kodak. Bankruptcy doesn't have to mean the end.
GM probably reclaimed its global sales crown in 2011, but it comes with an asterisk.
However, changes in Chinese policy will likely increase capital expenditure and hurt the automaker's margins in the medium to long term.
Shares of the company have fallen amid concerns about the Chevy Volt. But those worries were overblown.
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