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Facebook IPO: Poor Mobile Integration Could Hold Social Network Back

February 2, 2012 No Comments

SOURCE:  thestar.com

All those embarrassing photos from the weekend, chats with long-lost pals from grade school and time-wasting games of Texas Hold ’Em and Farmville are worth a lot of money.

After months of anticipation, social media giant Facebook filed plans Wednesday for an initial public offering worth $5 billion, pegging the company’s total value at somewhere between $75 billion to $100 billion.

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