Facebook (FB -4.7%), which sold off in late trading as the Street weighed the implications of...


Facebook (FB -4.7%), which sold off in late trading as the Street weighed the implications of Zynga's warning, is planning to halve the size of its credit line to $1.5B, according to the WSJ. Its coffers enriched by its controversial IPO, Facebook ended Q2 with over $10.1B in cash and investments.
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    ZNGA's shares have already collapsed. Will FB be next?
    6 Oct 2012, 01:19 AM Reply Like
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