Another Black Eye for Facebook Investors

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As we approach the one-month anniversary of Facebook's debut on the public markets, investors have been privy to a roller-coaster ride that's sent the social-networking powerhouse's stock price steadily downward. However, one story surfaced on the news wires Friday that added insult to injury for Facebook shareholders. Beyond this, Facebook remains an expensive and uncertain stock while crucial questions, such as the viability of its mobile strategy and alternative ways to monetize its user base, still loom large. Listen to find out more about where Facebook plans to go from here.

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