Google reported third quarter revenue numbers yesterday to Wall Street. They said net income for the quarter, which ended in September, rose to $1.64 billion, or $5.13 a share, from $1.29 billion, or $4.06 a share, in the same period last year.
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What? I can’t believe what I seeing! Bing has gained market share in the month of August while Google and Yahoo both declined. The Wall Street Journal has just reported August numbers for the search engine giants and here’s the break down: Bing increases its share of the U.S. search market to 9.5% in August […]
Wasn’t it really just a matter of time before Facebook got sued over privacy issues? Today, the Wall Street Journal launched an article stating that “Five Facebook Inc. users Monday sued the social-networking site in California’s Orange County Superior Court.” The complaint seems to be centered around the fact that users are not compensated for […]
As a follow up to a post I did earlier announcing that Facebook acquired FriendFeed, TechCrunch has the figures for what Facebook paid for FriendFeed. Everyone is obviously talking about the Facebook/FriendFeed deal, but everyone wants to know one key detail: How much did Facebook pay? Now we know: Facebook paid nearly $50 million when […]