Facebook charged advertisers nearly $234 million for sponsored stories between January 2011 and August 2012, court filings show. “Each participating Class Member may be eligible to receive up to $10,” says a statement on the official website for Fraley, et al. vs. Facebook.
The key distinction between PayPal and Facebook’s new entry into the fast-evolving mobile payments segment is this: the social media giant is not processing the payments.
He co-founded Twitter seven years ago and then started Square three years ago, which is helping revolutionize mobile credit card payments for small businesses and spawned imitators along way.
Blank spaces instead of simple “No” answers on a few questions on Form 8863, Education Credits, seem to have started software snags and processing backups, not long after the Internal Revenue Service starting accepting this form on Valentine’s Day.
The bottom line: consumers get the better deal. — while businesses offer deeply-discounted goods or services but are not seeing increased shopper traffic looking to pay anything near standard retail prices.
Wrapp reached 1 million users last month at a faster clip than Pinterest did, and today the mobile social-gifting application said it reached 1 million digital gift cards redeemed by Facebook users.
Facebook didn’t pay a dime in federal and state income taxes in 2012. Furthermore, Facebook says it will receive net tax refunds totaling $429 million, despite $1.1 billion in pre-tax profits from its U.S. operations in 2012
The day after Rubio’s GOP response to President Obama’s State of the Union, not much his heard of what Rubio said. But chatter via blogs and social sites are plentiful about that watershed moment.
Americans Express said it has partnered with Twitter to allow card customers to purchase some discounted products directly through the micro-blogging service, adding a new level to merchant-customer interaction on social media.
The operator behind the Path social networking app has agreed to settle federal civil charges that it deceived users by collecting personal information from their mobile device address books without their knowledge and consent, said the Federal Trade Commission.