Microsoft, Facebook talking

Facebook relies on advertising, but if its site continues to evolve as a platform, it has other possibilities, including charging subscriptions and hosting e-commerce transaction on its site, Gluck said. The value Microsoft is apparently putting on Facebook could be totally out of whack with reality, Gluck acknowledged. "That's when you get worried and wonder if we're in another bubble," she said. Full Story »

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by Kaizar Campwala - Oct. 1, 2008

Solid set of sources, relying on three separate industry analyst as well as Arrington from TechCrunch.

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