As Facebook's Stock Struggles, Fingers Start Pointing

If Facebook's IPO on Friday was a one-day Web 2.0 Gold Rush, then today is when the prospectors realize all the gold has already been taken out of the rivers and start getting trashed on moonshine and move to San Jose to open a shoe store

There was one buyer at the end of Friday: Morgan Stanley.

Call it the Friday Facebook Fiasco — or a more colorful alliterative of your choice. Regardless, the chaotic opening of the much-hyped social network's stock scared away investors on Monday—and may keep them away. Talk also lingered over whether

Apple stock soared, helping propel major US stock indexes to gains after a solid week of losses. The Dow Jones rose 135 points to close at 12504. By Christina Rexrode, AP Business writer / May 21, 2012 Traders react to the moving price of Facebook

AP SAN FRANCISCO – For Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, it was quite a week , from birthday, to IPO, to I DO. A day after the historic Facebook stock offering, Zuckerberg on Saturday wed 27-year-old Priscilla Chan, his girlfriend of nearly a

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