The market was basically flat today, with the major indexes finishing mixed. The Dow
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In its latest effort to more effectively monetize its massive audience, Facebook is going to start charging companies that use its Facebook Offers service. Businesses will now have to pay $5 -- and up, based on the size of the business's audience -- for what was once a free deal service. Regardless of whether this particular attempt works well for Facebook, it's the type of thing you'll see more of from the social network.
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