It's a bubble!

Ashton, Marc
July 2011
Finweek;7/21/2011, p11
The article presents information on the growing fascination of investment merits for online social networks. It is stated that while online social networks are changing the trend of how people connect with one another, the move is not necessarily turning into revenue. According to technology analyst Paul Whitburn, investors should be cautious against the hype about social networking companies.


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