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Today’s e-Reads: What Went Wrong With Facebook’s IPO?

The Wall Street Journal analyzes what went wrong with Facebook’s initial public offering.

As its stock price continues to fall, one analyst says Facebook’s stock may only be worth $10 a share, according to Reuters.  Meanwhile, at least one investor is suing NASDAQ, saying the exchange bungled Facebook’s IPO, Bloomberg reports.


The New York Times details how Google has yet to cooperate fully with the many investigations around the world related to the Wi-Fi controversy involving its Street View service.

Google CEO Larry Page took a swipe at Facebook, saying it is holding its users “hostage” when it comes moving their personal data, MSNBC reports.

Microsoft could benefit from Google’s purchase of Motorola Mobility, The New York Times reports.


The hacking group Anonymous claims it hit one of the Justice Department’s websites with a cyber attack, PCWorld reports.

Wireless carriers are increasingly turning to Wi-Fi networks to unload some of the traffic on their networks, USA Today reports.

Mashable examines some of Google’s Doodles, including its latest tribute to the creator of the Moog synthesizer.

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