Is This a Terrible Sign for Facebook Investors?
May 18th 2012 5:07PM
Updated May 18th 2012 5:10PM
The following video is part of our "Motley Fool Conversations" series, in which senior technology analyst Eric Bleeker and Chief Technology Officer Jeremy Phillips discuss topics around the investing world.
It's been widely reported that GM has pulled its $10 million traditional display-advertising budget from Facebook. The timing of this move could be concerning to those thinking about investing in the social-networking giant. While this news is on the homepage of practically every financial website, there are many nuances that investors need to be aware of, such as the $30 million GM is still spending with agencies on Facebook. In this short video, Jeremy and Eric explain why this $10 million is not the end of the world for the Facebook, and what investors should look for.
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