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How Facebook's Zucked-up IPO just killed the tech bubble

It was supposed to be the mother of all tech IPOs. Instead of fueling an explosion of dot-com-style madness, Facebook's tepid IPO has kiboshed the nascent tech bubble, at least for now.

By May 25, 2012


Facebook is top spot for online display ads

Delivering more than 297 billion display ads in the third quarter, Facebook accounted for almost a quarter of ComScore's tally for the period.

By November 9, 2010


Crafty quit note on boss' FarmVille habit? Nope

A woman reportedly decides she's had enough of her boss and the way he monitors his staff's online activity. But not really--the dry-board stunt turns out to be a hoax.

By August 10, 2010


How online search traces helped lead to arrest

Electronic traces ranging from online library searches to credit card records led to charges that a New Mexico man sent 64 threatening letters with a white powder.

By February 4, 2009


Online traders cry foul as they get shut out of rally

Web stock-trading accounts are freezing up or slowing down, preventing online traders from taking advantage of an end-of-week market rally buoyed by Wall Street optimism.

By September 19, 2008