Facebook stock still slipping as investors grow wary

By Jack Hough Facebook (FB) on Monday tumbled 11% to $34.03 — well below last week's $38 initial offering price. Shareholders who had bought the stock for a quick flip must now consider whether to defy all those Facebook skeptics and hold it longer.

By Stacy Cowley @CNNMoneyTech May 22, 2012: 6:30 AM ET Facebook included this stock certificate mock-up in its IPO filing, but it no longer plans to issue paper certificates. NEW YORK (CNNMoney) — Facebook investors hoping for a tangible marker of

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

by Jesse Brown on Tuesday, May 22, 2012 12:48pm – 0 Comments Facebook is worth less and less to me. No, I didn't buy any stock–I speak only of the site's value to me as a user. It's tanking. Like everyone else on Facebook, I've always been ambivalent

Facebook's stock is tumbling well below its $38 IPO price. / Richard Drew/The Associated Press The Associated Press NEW YORK — Facebook's newly public stock slid further on its third trading day as investors reconsider how much the social network is

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