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  1. How a Bad Economy Killed Office Casual

    7:08 pm 3/19/2012

    HOLLYWOOD STYLE: Facebook's Matt Jacobson says Hollywood's male execs suddenly are dressing more sharply.Read more

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  2. Facebook Co-Founder Chris Hughes Wants New Republic to be Tablet Technology Leader

    7:00 pm 3/10/2012

    The magazine’s new owner predicts “vast majority” of the publication’s readers will be accessing its content on tablets within five to 10 years.Read more

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  3. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg Doesn't Make Cut for Bloomberg Top 20 Global Billionaires Ranking

    7:06 am 3/5/2012

    His stock may be worth less than $21 billion once the social network completes its IPO, which leaves him out of the ranking of the world's richest people.Read more

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  4. Zynga Tests Offering Games on Its Own Site

    5:57 am 3/2/2012

    The social gaming giant, known for CityVille and other franchises, is looking to reduce its reliance on social network Facebook, which accounts for a vast majority of its revenue. Read more

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  5. Piracy is Good, Canadian Indie Producers Conference Told

    4:31 pm 3/1/2012

    Content producers meeting in Ottawa heard illegal file sharing takes product by emerging industry players into new markets. Read more

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  6. New Report Shows That 87 Percent of Americans Now Play Casual Games Online

    11:19 am 2/28/2012

    While Facebook remains the dominant gaming platform, there are many other online gaming sites that are contributing to the $4.5 billion casual games market.Read more

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  7. Movie Marketers Hone 'Social Listening' Skills to Build Buzz

    6:00 am 2/28/2012

    Online chatter on Twitter and Facebook is playing a pivotal role in how films are promoted before release.Read more

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  8. Analyst: Content May Not Be King Online

    6:52 am 2/24/2012

    Pivotal's Brian Wieser says "infrastructure, platforms and tools" are key, chooses Google as his top stock pick and puts an initial $81 billion valuation on Facebook.Read more

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  9. Facebook's Value Declines Slightly to $98 Billion in Private Market Sale

    8:00 am 2/16/2012

    Ahead of the planned IPO of the social network, led by CEO Mark Zuckerberg, a sale of company stock on the secondary market draws nearly 5 percent less than the previous sale.

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  10. Zynga Posts $435 Million Quarterly Loss

    3:25 pm 2/14/2012

    The company says net income was wiped out due to $510 million in stock-based compensation related to its IPO.Read more

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