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Court rejects Facebook India's plea for dropping its name

A Delhi court on Wednesday dismissed the plea of Facebook India for dropping its name from a suit against it and other social networking websites for allegedly hosting objectionable contents.


Facebook plea to drop suit denied

In a setback for Facebook, a Delhi court on Wednesday dismissed its plea for dropping its name from a suit seeking action against several websites for allegedly hosting objectionable content.


Mobile Internet to shine despite dim Facebook IPO


Silicon Valley stars on Wednesday argued that the mobile-focused Internet startups will shine despite the dim stock market debut by leading social network Facebook.

Facebook, which ended the trading

Priest apologises for unholy language on Facebook

A British priest has apologised for some unholy language on his Facebook page, his bishop says.

Canon Paul Shackerley, Vicar of the Minster Church of St. George in Doncaster in northern England, rais

Facebook deflates any thought of new tech bubble


The horrendous stock market debut for Facebook suggests investors are not ready to jump in and create another tech bubble despite big expectations for social media, analysts say.

Facebook closed out

Feeding frenzy for lawyers in botched Facebook IPO


Facebook Inc's bungled initial public offering has gone from one of the most highly anticipated stock offerings to a hot legal opportunity for lawyers on both sides of shareholder litigation.

Court b

Facebook market makers' losses total at least $100 million


Claims by four of Wall Street's main market makers against Nasdaq over Facebook's botched IPO are likely to exceed $100 million, as they and other traders continue to deal with thousands of problems w

Facebook rejects IPO lawsuit


Facebook on Wednesday said it would ‘vigorously’ defend itself as it rejected a New York investor lawsuit over its $16 billion initial public offering last week.

"We believe the lawsuit is without me

Facebook, banks sued over pre-IPO analyst calls


Facebook Inc and lead underwriter Morgan Stanley were sued by shareholders who claimed they hid the social networking company's weakened growth forecasts ahead of its $16 billion initial public offeri

Wall Street struggles to find Facebook's worth


In its three days of trading, Facebook's stock has dropped 18 per cent from its $38 issue price.

For the thousands of investors that bought at the IPO, that's bad enough, but one analysis of its ear

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