Today's e-Reads: Wall Street Unfriends Facebook Over Earnings
Facebook's revenue beat expectations but it wasn't enough to assure investors, who sent the social network's shares plunging to new lows, The New York Times reports.
Sales are up but Amazon's profit margins are disappearing, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Samsung, meanwhile, made record profits on smartphones as Apple's iPhones lagged, Reuters reports.
Google's experimental super-high-speed Internet service will cost $70 a month, USA Today reports.
U.S. Cyber Command says attacks on critical infrastructure networks are up 17 fold, The New York Times reports.
Twitter blames data centers to a brief outage on Thursday, according to the Associated Press.