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Topic - Youssef Squali
Industry watchers see in Facebook's new, expanded search feature an opportunity to make money through search advertising.
Genealogy website Ancestry.com has agreed to be acquired by a group led by European private equity firm Permira Funds in a cash deal valued at about $1.6 billion.
Yahoo's stock rose nearly 5 percent on Wednesday after the company fired its CEO following more than 2 1/2 years of financial lethargy.
Yahoo's stock rose more than 5 percent on Wednesday after the company fired its CEO following more than 2 1/2 years of financial lethargy.
Though revenue fell short of expectations, Cantor Fitzgerald analyst Youssef Squali said Amazon's profit margin was much better than expected at 24.1 percent compared with 20.7 percent a year earlier.
"We believe this could be Facebook's next billion dollar opportunity, greatly expanding the company's addressable market," said Youssef Squali at Cantor Fitzgerald. "This service will leverage the incredible amount of unstructured social data the company has to extract answers to questions about people, photos, places, and interests."