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The latest in a string of lawyers who have represented a New York man in a multibillion lawsuit against Facebook is expected to ask a federal judge Tuesday for permission to withdraw from the case.
A New York man claiming part ownership of Facebook indicated Tuesday that his lawyer wants off the case because he's received threats, but he opposed the lawyer's motion to withdraw.
On Wednesday, additional Facebook stock became eligible for sale for the first time. It follows the expiration of similar lock-up periods in August and October. Other shares will become eligible for sale in the coming months.
Suddenly, it doesn’t seem so silly to suggest Facebook actually pulled a message to protect a political agenda.
This week, Facebook employees became eligible to sell restricted stock for the first time. It follows the August expiration of a similar lock-up period covering Facebook's early investors and some directors. Others shares will become eligible for sale in the coming months.
Facebook's stock price fell Wednesday, the day employees were eligible to start selling restricted stock in the company.
A businessman who claimed in a lawsuit that Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg had promised him half ownership in the then-fledgling company when he was still at Harvard was arrested Friday on fraud charges.
Facebook's third-quarter results inched past Wall Street's expectations, offering evidence that the company is making inroads in mobile advertising _ a longtime concern among investors.
Facebook finally has proof that it can make money from mobile advertising.