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November 29, 2012
17:56 EDTZNGA, FBZynga no longer required to use FB as exclusive social platform for properties
According to a regulatory filing: "The exclusivity provisions of Addendum No. 2 no longer require Zynga (ZNGA), subject to certain exceptions, to use Facebook as the exclusive social platform for the Zynga properties and to grant Facebook (FB) certain title exclusivities to Zynga games on the Facebook platform. Any social game launched by Zynga will generally be available through the Facebook web site concurrent with, or shortly following, the time such game is made available on another social platform or a Zynga property. This requirement does not apply to any Zynga mobile games, social games owned and operated by a third party, any social games that cannot be launched on the Facebook web site due to technical limitations, any downloadable social games or any Zynga games."
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05:36 EDTFBFacebook implied volatility of 25 at lower end of index mean range
February 18, 2015
11:49 EDTFBFacebook CEO would 'love to work with Google' on connectivity, Bloomberg says
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08:27 EDTFBFacebook in talks with media about hosting news content, Re/code says
Facebook is speaking to media publishers about hosting news content "that would otherwise go on a publisher’s own website," reports Re/code, citing statements by Facebook chief product officer Chris Cox at the Code/Media conference. Cox said Facebook could provide a larger audience and improved design, though he noted potential partnerships "aren't coming anytime soon." Additionally, Cox said the company's video efforts have been "a massive success" but the company "isn’t rushing" to pay content creators. Reference Link
06:29 EDTFBFacebook engagement data remains strong, says JPMorgan
JPMorgan notes that according to comScore, Facebook’s share of mobile Internet time excluding Instagram and WhatsApp in January was 21%, up from 20% in December, and its share of total Internet time including desktop was 17%. The firm believes the data suggests continued strong engagement for Facebook. It reiterates an Overweight rating on the stock with an $85 price target, calling the stock a favorite idea for 2015.
06:10 EDTFBFacebook is developing virtual reality apps, Re/code says
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