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Today's e-Reads: Has the Facebook Bubble Already Popped?

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May 22, 2012

Was it Nasdaq's fault? Or was it the bank's fault? Or was it Facebook itself? As Facebook's stock continued to tumble, Wall Street started pointing fingers, according to The New York Times.

Nasdaq could be on the hook for millions of dollars lost because of technical glitches during Facebook's IPO, The Wall Street Journal reports. And CEO Mark Zuckerberg's fortune dropped by $2.2 billion on Monday, according to Bloomberg.

YouTube uploads 72 hours of video every minute, The Washington Post reports.

 

Data collected by Internet companies are often off-limits to outside researchers, who can't verify studies based on the data, The New York Times reports.

A study finds that Apple is still the world's most valuable brand, according to Reuters.

Are tablet computers better for kids than TVs? The Wall Street Journal takes a look.

Several cable companies are teaming up to offer nationwide Wi-Fi, PC Magazine reports.

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