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FACEBOOK at $38, FB = $104 Billion. Is it overvalued?


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#241 DrBubb

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Posted 24 May 2017 - 10:46 PM

ZUCK :this was my life

 

Mark Zuckerberg \ Live from my old dorm room at Harvard \ 2017.05.23

Published on May 24, 2017

Mark Zuckerberg \ Live from my old dorm room at Harvard \ 2017.05.23


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Posted 24 June 2017 - 08:57 PM

Zuck up for FB?

 

Mark Zuckerberg's snub of White House could backfire as Europe goes after U.S. Internet giants
  • Mark Zuckerberg went to Chicago this week to say that Facebook's new mission was to "bring people closer together" and "strengthen the social fabric."
  • Zuckerberg skipped a White House meeting where a top exec from chief rival Google spoke favorably of the President's agenda.
  • On Friday, Sheryl Sandberg met with U.K. Home Secretary amid mounting European pressure on U.S. internet giants.
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The Facebook CEO could either go to Washington to meet with President Donald Trump, along with nearly every other marquee CEO from the tech industry, or skip it and prepare for a Chicago rally for people who'd created social-support groups on Facebook.

Zuckerberg, who loudly criticized Trump's decision to withdraw from the Paris climate accords in early June, chose the latter. Facebook was alone among the five most-valuable U.S. tech firms in not sending a top executive to the White House meeting.

At that same meeting, a top official from Facebook's chief rival—Alphabet Chairman Eric Schmidt — sat at the table with Trump and praised the President's pro-business agenda, saying it would create "big opportunities" for U.S. firms.

The contrast between the two companies, which together dominate digital advertising, is stark when it comes to U.S. government relations.

 

> http://www.cnbc.com/...sure-rises.html


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