Facebook barely beats Wall Street's earnings expectations as revenue climbs, stock zooms higher
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Facebook barely beats Wall Street's earnings expectations as revenue climbs, stock zooms higher

Menlo Park : CA : USA | Oct 23, 2012 at 3:39 PM PDT
Source: San Jose Mercury News
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Facebook managed to slightly exceed Wall Street's financial expectations for its second full quarter as a public company, reporting Tuesday that its revenue rose 32 percent in the period that ended in September, a result that sent the company's beleaguered stock zooming higher in after-hours trading.... FULL ARTICLE AT San Jose Mercury News
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Facebook's 2009 revenue is estimated at between 600 million dollars and 700 million dollars
Facebook's 2009 revenue is estimated at between 600 million dollars and 700 million dollars
 
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