The Globe and Mail's story on FB's share slide: "The first American company to debut with a market valuation of more than $100-billion, Facebook has fallen out of favour on Wall Street as investors fret about its slowing revenue growth."
I wonder how FB's share price is comparing to those of media companies with a more traditional business model. I also wonder if it's tanking merely because the "it's not the next Google meme" has taken root.
No prob, Tech review (formerly MIT tech review) was warning people off long before the IPO but at least it appears that people learned something in the 90s about not paying hundreds of dollars / share for companies with weak bottom lines and untested business models. Also today there is this http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-19105409#
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