Investors might not had been receptive of Facebook Inc's acquisition of Israeli mobile data analytics firm Onavo as stocks of the social media fell 1.5% in pre-market trading today.
Facebook Inc. had agreed to buy Onavo, an Israeli startup app-maker company, said a report from Reuters.
Facebook Inc's investors including the social media company director Peter Thiel were not confident about the company's performance post-IPO.
Google Inc's planned user endorsement ads could be opt out by its customers in a few simple steps.
People who had been using Instagram would start to see advertising in their photo sharing feeds in the next couple of months.
Noticing the number of Facebook employees leaving the social media company, a Techcrunch report suggested that forming a new venture capital group would make sense to curtail the employee attrition.
Twitter Inc. had been in talks to add more banks to its upcoming IPO, said sources.
According to a Bloomberg report, Twitter Inc. was trying to avoid moves that got Facebook Inc. lost half of its value after it went public last 2012.
Twitter Inc. filed an initial public offering with the US regulators on Thursday as it took steps to take the company public.
Facebook Inc. stock had reached another milestone following a rocky debut on Wall Street last year.
Russia's richest man, Alisher Usmanov, said that he had decided to reduce his Facebook holdings by selling 14.2 million shares.
Yahoo Inc. recently unveiled its brand new logo, and CEO Marissa Meyer helped with the design over a summer weekend.
Facebook continued to be the primary social network used which accounted for its US$1.81 billion earnings from April to June.
Ex-Oregon politician, Craig Berkman pleaded guilty to one charge of securities fraud and one charge for wire fraud in a federal court in New York.
Sheryl Sandberg, Chief Operating Officer for Facebook Inc. said that the company is in a better position after going public.