The market was pretty much flat this week, with the three major indexes all down ever so slightly. The Dow Jones Industrial Average
Not shockingly, Apple
In a week when we saw stronger housing sales and starts data, online real estate market Trulia
In other market news, Bank of America announced the acceleration of its previously announced job-cut plans. It's looking to get down to 260,000 employees by the end of the year -- 16,000 less than its tally at the end of the second quarter. Facebook, meanwhile, is looking to make some money off Facebook Offers by charging companies for the once-free deal service. Meanwhile, the Winkelvoss twins resurfaced from Facebook's past with a $1 million investment in SumZero, a social network targeted at investing professionals.
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