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Like Zynga, Pandora generates its revenue from ad sales and subscriptions. Dave feels that its a very attractive business that is worth learning more about. The company's share price recently took a hit as a result of weak earnings, so investors might want to add it to their watchlists. Dave doesn't think its a buy at the moment, he's keeping an eye on it.
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