Should Facebook Increase the Volume of Ads Displayed to Users?
Facebook is unlikely to increase the volume of ads displayed to its users despite complaints by marketers criticizing the social platform for giving inadequate business value through its advertising services.The chief reason why Facebook is unlikely to do this is because its users, unlike Google's, would resent mountains of ads shoved into their faces.
How T-Mobile US Inc Is Eating AT&T's Lunch Right Now
AT&T is preparing to close its acquisition of Leap Wireless, but T-Mobile is stealing Cricket customers left and right. Can Ma Bell make it work?
Bitcoin’s New Problems: Death, Meltdowns, and Warren Buffett’s Disapproval
Mt. Gox is gone, but Bitcoin’s problems have just started, with a high-profile CEO suicide, two new security breaches, and Warren Buffett’s seal of disapproval for the virtual currency.
Is This The Next Big Fashion IPO?
With popular fashion company Michael Kors Holdings surging to all-time highs recently, investors are looking for the next big thing and one retail company may be the answer should it ever go public.
Why Did Zynga Redesign Its Top Titles?
Zynga created mobile-friendly versions of top titles. But will the move help with user retention and monetization as King nears IPO?
Facebook to Enter Drone Development Race
Following Google and Amazon's efforts to develop drone technology for commercial purposes, Facebook has now proposed a plan to bring Internet to the third world.
2 Reasons All Insider Trading Isn't the Same
The use of stock for compensation, and trading plans both to buy and to sell shares, is a common practice for insiders of companies such as Facebook and Clean Energy Fuels. Don't automatically take insider trading for actionable information.