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Rumblings suggest the social network is considering a new classified-ad service for jobs, apartments and item sales. Of course, Facebook's last foray in this direction didn't end well.
The company that runs the Facebook Marketplace is exporting its technology to the open Web.
At ASPCA's request, Oodle Classifieds removes from Facebook ads selling dogs from unregulated "puppy mills."
Facebook's got 60 new Open Graph-powered apps for users to install and use, with the promise of approving new Open Graph apps from developers.
Several months after the partnership was announced, the revamped Facebook classifieds section has gone live in a limited release. For example, you can't find an apartment on it yet.
Mobile apps that do more than drive buyers to buy auction items are key to eBay's growth.
Can an Iowa-based start-up undercut PayPal--and credit cards--by charging only a 25-cent-per-transaction fee?