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To Google is Human; to Bing, Well Why Would You be Doing That?

To “Google” is to use the Internet to obtain information about someone or something on the World Wide Web.  At least according to the premier source for everything English: Merriam-Webster.  Compared with a “Yahoo” – a very rude, loud, or stupid person – and “Bing” – an exclamation indicating a sudden action or event – […]

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POSTED IN Antitrust

FACEBOOK IPO – Astounding Anticipated Valuation Based Largely on Size of User Base

The much anticipated Facebook IPO is nearly upon us.  After months of speculation, Facebook finally filed a registration statement on February 1st that will, if and when declared effective by the SEC, allow Facebook to undertake its initial public offering of its common stock.   The company, eight years old and the world’s largest social network, […]

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POSTED IN Capital Markets

Yahoo Makes a Racket During Facebook’s “Quiet Period”

Yahoo publically alleged recently that social-networking giant Facebook infringed on 10 to 20 of its patents, demanding license fees or alternatively face a lawsuit. Facebook, still in the “quiet period” following the February filing of its S-1 (a required SEC filing for companies going public to register their corporate securities), is still evaluating Yahoo’s claims. […]

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