Facebook's efforts to make money from mobile are young -- but the payoff already looks big.
Google's executive chairman is cashing in, selling 42 per cent of his stock, worth around £1.6 billion.
Google is ready to introduce a mobile payment service for Android phones that will allow users to pay for their purchases with a single swipe.
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The venture capitalist, an early big backer of the company, shed some of his holdings last week.
Facebook's stock posted its biggest one-day gain since going public, soaring more than 19% and fattening its CEO's net wealth.
Though only running mobile ads for a year, the social network is dependent on the nascent revenue stream to drive growth.