On Tuesday, Facebook Inc. rose after CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that he’s dealing with the slip-ups that have made it difficult to obtain the advantages of mobile advertising.
According to an interview with Zuckerberg, Facebook is now doing a mobile company, confirming that for the next three to five years the biggest query on everybody’s minds is the factors that will determine on how well the company’s performance is with mobile.
The California-based Facebook Inc.’s shares have increased to about 4.8 percent. This is said to be because of the alleviated concerns on the ability of the company to produce . . . → Read More: Facebook on the rise after announcing missteps in mobile
After Facebook became the most popular social network in the world, many reports have shocked the world claiming to be the original owner of the social network giant. Up until now, the story is still going on and maybe not close to ending.
Facebook Inc. moved on Monday to oppose the statements by a businessman that he is the owner of a significant share in the social network company.
In an action to ignore a lawsuit last in 2010 made by Paul Ceglia, the social network company exposed the outcomes of a very long . . . → Read More: Facebook Expose Evidences of Paul Ceglia’s Possession Claims