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Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) Releases Earnings Results, Beats Expectations By $0.13 EPS

Ford Motor Company (NYSE:F) announced its earnings results on Wednesday. The auto manufacturer reported $0.56 earnings per share (EPS) for the quarter, topping the Zacks’ consensus estimate of $0.43 by $0.13, Morningstar.com reports. Ford Motor had a return on equity of 19.06% and a net margin of 2.52%. The business had revenue of $36.93 billion for the quarter, compared to analyst estimates of $37.22 billion. During the same period in the previous year, the company earned $0.52 earnings per share. The company’s revenue for the quarter... 
 

Recent Analysts’ Ratings Changes for General Motors (GM)

General Motors (NYSE: GM) has recently received a number of price target changes and ratings updates: 7/26/2017 – General Motors had its price target raised by analysts at Royal Bank Of Canada from $37.00 to $38.00. They now have a “sector perform” rating on the stock. 7/25/2017 – General Motors was downgraded by analysts at BidaskClub from a “strong-buy” rating to a “buy” rating. 7/24/2017 – General Motors was downgraded by analysts at Zacks Investment Research from a “hold” rating... 
 

Unemployment Claims Up, Slightly, In US

First-time unemployment applications in the United States rose by roughly 4,000 to 248,000 in the last week (ending July 1), over the previous week.  The new figure is also higher than the consensus expectation of 243,000 with a four-week moving average in increasing to this number from 242,250. In addition, the metric for continuing claims in the previous week (ending June 25) increased from a revised 1.948 million to 1.956 million.  This was also slightly higher than expectations, though it is still below the 2 million for the previous 11 consecutive... 
 

California Adds Glyphosate to List of Known Carcinogens

Glyphosate is an herbicide and is the active ingredient in the popular Monsanto brand weed killer, Roundup.  While the chemical has earned a reputation for its efficacy in the field, literally, it has also garnered much concern, lately, as a potential carcinogen.  And, as a matter of face, the State of California has just decided to list the chemical of known cancer-causing agents, according to the California State Office of Environmental Health Hazard Assessment. The new designation falls under the blanket of Proposition 65. This is also known... 
 

Should Exxon Disclose More Information Regarding Risks Related to Climate Change

BlackRock Inc is the largest asset manager in the world and on Friday, the firm urged for Exxon Mobil Corp to “enhance its disclosures” in regards to its risks in relation to climate change. It was not even two weeks ago that shareholders approved a measure that called for more transparency on the matter of climate change. This is a resolution that is definitely supported by BlackRock, as well as several other institutional funds. In the filing, the company said that various carbon regulation cost estimates, also known as “proxy costs,”... 
 

Supreme Court Puts Limit on SEC “Disgorgement” Collection

On Monday, the Untied States Supreme Court scaled back the power held by the Securities and Exchange Commission to recover profits received through misconduct. This is a notable victory for several Wall Street firms involved with dealings over the US regulators actual powers of enforcement. In an uncontested 9-0 ruling, the Supreme Court found that the recovery method known as “disgorgement” can only have a five-year statute of limitations. The Supreme Court justices took the side of New Mexico-based investment adviser Charles Kokesh. Kokesh... 
 

Aetna Moving Out Of Connecticut After Almost Two Centuries

Aetna has announced that it has started negotiations with a view to moving its headquarters to the capital of Connecticut where it has been based for close to two centuries. The insurance giant’s chief executive officer, Mark Bertolini, disclosed that the firm was negotiating with a couple of states before deciding where to relocate. According to Bertolini, the goal is to broaden access to talent and innovation. “We remain committed to our Connecticut-based employees and the Hartford campus, and hope to have a final resolution by early summer,”... 
 

US EPA Accuses Fiat Chrysler of Emission Scandal Similar to Volkswagen

Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV is at odds with U.S. government officials this week over the company’s [non]compliance with federal fuel emissions regulations set on roughly 104,000 diesel-powered SUVs and pickup trucks. Indeed, the US Environmental Protection Agency issued, on Thursday, a “notice of violation” which accused the automaker of failing to disclose the use of some software that the EPA says could be quite similar to the “defeat devices” Volkswagen AG was found to be using, devices that could cheat emissions tsesting on several... 
 

Facebook is Working on Filtering Out Improper Advertising to Improve User Experience

Ok, so, isn’t online advertising getting a little ridiculous? You just want to use your favorite social media app—Facebook, Snapchat, Instagram—to stay in touch with friends, maybe see some funny pics, or watch a stunning video, but all these fake ads (and posts) just keep getting in the way of what should be a quick glance at your phone. It’s frustrating, right? Well, it looks like Facebook share’s your frustration. The social media giant has just let it be known that it is working on stopping all the “spammy” links which... 
 

Perdue Foods Recalls Chicken Sausage Product Over Reports of Plastic Contamination

Perdue Foods LLC has just issued a recall of roughly 2,148 pounds of chicken sausage products which they report might be contaminated with additional, synthetic materials. The United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety and Inspection Service announced this recall on May 6, 2017. The Gainesville, GA-based company reports a discovery of plastic in some of these products. So far, three customers have complained of blue plastic material; and that is all, thankfully. The recalled product in question is the Perdue Harvestland Italian-Style Organic... 
 

Supreme Court Rules In Favor of the City of Miami in Housing Discrimination Case

On Monday, the United States Supreme Court ruled that the city of Miami, FL can sue Wells Fargo and Bank of America, under federal housing law, for allegedly discriminating against minority borrowers. The lawsuit was actually filed in 2013, when the city of Miami contended that both of these banks had targeted potential black and Latino homeowners for mortgage loans of lower favor and higher risk, which ultimately resulted in lots of defaults, foreclosures, and property values across the city. In a 5-3 Supreme Court decision, Miami can be considered... 
 

US Durable Goods Shipments on the Rise

Analysts had expected new orders for key US-made capital goods to rise more than they did, in March, but that does not mean things are moving at an unwelcome pace. Since March posts the second straight month of increases in these shipments, analysts are now intimating that perhaps business investment has, in fact, accelerated in the first quarter of this year, in the middle of an energy sector that is still in recovery. According to the United States Department of Commerce, Thursday, orders for non-defense capital goods—not including aircraft,... 
 

Detroit Auto Supplier To Open New Facility, Creating 700 Jobs Next Year

On Monday, a company called Flex-N-Gate Corp broke ground on a new manufacturing facility in Detroit worth upwards of $95 million; a facility which could help put nearly 700 people to work by the middle of next year. Flex-N-Gate owner Shahid Khan is a Pakistani immigrant who made the Forbes list of the 100 wealthiest Americans. He joined Councilman Scott Benson and mayor Mike Duggan for the ceremony, located in the industrial park just to the northeast of the I-94/I-75 interchange. At the ceremony, Duggan comments, “This is the kind of development... 
 

Elon Musk Has a New Company Called Neuralink

You’d think the guy has enough to do but, apparently, Elon Musk is still a little restless. The entrepreneur CEO of Tesla and Space eXploration Technologies is about to take yet another CEO role with a new company. What is this company? Well, it is called Neuralink and, if speculation is correct, it aims to merge computers with human brains for a new kind of human experience. Not too much has been divulged about the concept; at least, not on a broad scale. Musk did say, in an interview published on Thursday, “If I were to communicate... 
 

Medtronic Will Divest Some of Its Businesses to Cardinal Health in $6.1 Billion Deal

On Tuesday, Medtronic PLC announced a new agreement to divest some of its product assets to Cardinal Health Inc. Cardinal will now sell Medtronic’s Patient Care, Deep Vein Thrombosis, and Nutritional Insufficiency businesses which are part of Medtronic’s Minimally Invasive Therapies Group Patient Monitoring and Recovery division. This transaction is expected to close within Medtronic PLC’s second fiscal quarter of 2018.. Of course, the sale is subject to customary regulatory approval as well as achieving various satisfactory customary... 
 

JetBlue and Boeing Teams Up To Fund Electric Plane Start for Short Haul Trips

Boeing Co and JetBlue Airways Corp have teamed up to invest in a new startup working to develop an electric-powered aircraft that could greatly transform short air cargo and air travel. The company they are investing in is called Zunum Aero and they are both designing and building planes with as many as 50 seats to make trips in the 700 mile range. They hope to expand this range to 1000 by 2030. According to the company, this new type of aircraft would fill a “vast regional transport gap” in the industry, reducing travel times in the busiest... 
 

Toyota and Suzuki Motor Companies Partner to Boost Business in India

It looks like Toyota has a goal to double its share of India’s passenger vehicle market by 2025. The company’s current market share in the quickly growing economy is only 5 percent, but they should not have much trouble since minivehicle specialist Daihatsu. This is a Toyota affiliate that has picked up in the market recently. Toyota Kirloskar MD, Akito Tachibana said that he has an aim to aim for a joint contribution to resolve social issues and to reach sustainable growth levels with an automobile-driven society. Toyota Motor Corporation... 
 

Will Praxair and Linde Finally Come Together in $67 Billion Industrial Gas Merger?

Major industrial gas companies—Praxair Inc and Linde AG (of Germany)—have finally culminated two years of courtship, on Tuesday, by agreeing to merge. This will create the biggest player in the industry with an combined market value of $6.66 billion. On Tuesday, the companies said that both executive boards endorsed this combination after back-and-forth negotiations had floundered a bit, earlier this year, over how to relegate the new company. When the Danbury, CT-based Praxair committed to preserving jobs in Germany, on Tuesday, it won the... 
 

Stonewall Kitchen Issue Recall over Salmonella Concern in Powdered Pancake and Waffle Mix

There is another food-borne illness scare today as a second company has recalled canned pancake and waffle mix. Stonewall Kitchen (again, the second company to report this) issued a recall Thursday only a day after Publix Super Markets grocery store chain issued the first of such recalls. The companies said concerns over potential Salmonella contamination was the reason for the recalls. While both companies issued recalls of the same concern, Stonewall Kitchen did not name the powdered milk supplier as the reason for their contamination, a Publix... 
 

Dr. Pepper Acquires Bai Brands Beverages in $1.7 Billion Deal

Dr. Pepper Snapple Group has just announced the acquisition of Bai Brands for $1.7 billion. This is one of the fastest-growing flavored-water companies in the United States. This deal, of course, could find Bai growing massively in the United States, threatening the already struggling soft drink industry led by Coca-Cola and Pepsi. Indeed, data shows that while soda sales remain on the decline, sales for Bia have soared. In 2015, alone, Bai posted sales of $120 million; this year the company is expected to pass $300 million. Founded only in 2009,... 
 

After week-long, Record-Setting Rally, Financial Stocks Down Following Trump Win

Both the Standard & Poors and the Dow Jones Industrial average posted lower numbers in late morning trading on Wednesday as financial stocks fell on the heels of Donald Trump’s presidential election win, following an impressive seven-day rally. But while those two fell, a slight recovery in technology boosted the Nasdaq index. It is not really that much of a surprise that US stocks have been on a major decline since Trump’s surprising victory, on Tuesday. However, the impact is shocking since the Dow had closed four days in a row... 
 

Windstream Holdings Inc and EarthLink Holdings Corp Unanimously Announce Merger

Early on Monday, the board of directors of both Windstream Holdings Inc (Nasdaq: WIN) and EarthLink Holdings Corp (Nasdaq: ELNK) announced the unanimous approval of the merger of the two companies; an all-stock transaction valued at roughly $1.1 billion. Under this agreement, Earthlink shareholders can expect to receive 0.818 shares of Windstream common stock for every single Earthlink share they own. Furthermore, this ratio represents an impressive 13 percent premium over the average exchange ratio of 0.721 over the previous month (which ended... 
 

Will AT&T Buy Time Warner in $70B Deal?

It looks like American telecommunications company AT&T might be set to buy Time Warner in what might turn out to be a $70 billion deal. And they might do it as early as this approaching weekend. Indeed, it has been reported that AT&T is in advanced talks to acquire Time Warner, the company that is home to major cable networks like CNN, major premium networks like HBO, and a host of other popular film and television outlets, including NBA Basketball games.  Outlets like, you know, Warner Brothers movie studio (where they filmed immensely... 
 

Imports in China Disappoint, Spurring Faltering Recovery Fears

September exports in China fell 10 percent from the same period last year, a far more significant decline than originally expected. Similarly, imports shrank a little after a slight boost in August; overall this suggests that the steady China we once knew may be teetering (like the rest of us). These disappointing trade figures in the world’s second largest economy point to weaker national and international demand, which continues to grow concerns over China’s most recent yuan depreciation, which is now at a six-year low against the... 
 

Mylan Settles with US Justice Department for $465 Million

It looks like Mylan NV may finally be out of hot water from that EpiPen price hike controversy. The company has just settled with the US Justice Department for $465 million settlement, after, of course, a brow beating and reprimand from Congress. On news of Friday’s settlement, Mylan shares rallied, on Monday. The settlement also helps to resolve Medicaid claims that the company had significantly overcharged the government health program for the allergy-intervention injection. And this helped to reverse some of the stock’s massive [26... 
 

Arch Coal Emerges from Financial Restructuring With Vastly Improved Outlook

At a time when it seems like every industry is getting hit hard by financial crisis, not every company is able to dig, claw, sell, or restructure their way out. Fortunately for Arch Coal Inc (NYSE: ARCH), the company has, in face, successfully completed its financial restructuring efforts to emerge from court protection. Yes, the company now has new equity that can will be available for public trade on the New York Stock Exchange (with the ticker symbol ARCH). As such, Arch Coal Chief Executive Officer John W. Eaves comments, “Today marks... 
 

Sarepta Gets Rare Fast Track Approval For New Drug

Pharmaceutical company Sarepta Therapeutics just received approval for its new $300,000 muscular dystrophy drug on September 19, even though some questions remain about its efficacy. However, the company has even more to look forward to as they have also been awarded an extremely rare fast track voucher that boost approval. This fast tracking is known as the Rare Pediatric Disease Program Voucher Program. It was established by the US Food and Drug Administration—and approved by Congress—in 2007 as an effort to encourage drug development for... 
 

WHO Data Says Air Pollution Affects 92 Percent of the Populace

The World Health Organization has just released a new—alarming—report suggesting that upwards of 90 percent of the human population lives in areas that have unsafe levels of pollution. The research, of course, underscores the increasing risk that air pollution poses to nearly every single human demographic. According to the WHO, more than 6 million people died in 2012 as a result of ailments caused by or related to air pollution. “Air pollution continues take a toll on the health of the most vulnerable populations — women, children and the... 
 

Could Yahoo’s Massive Data breach Spell Its Demise?

Yahoo may not be as big as it once was in its heyday, but the once popular web portal remains a relevant web portal for news and email. And it is quite the relevant site, in fact, that the email service has been hacked and now 500 million user accounts have been compromised. This compromise means that user information—including names, email addresses, telephone numbers, passwords, birth dates, and even, in some cases, the answers to important security questions, have all been compromised. The breach, they discovered, happened in 2014, the company... 
 

SeaWorld Sinks Slightly on Dividend Cut But Don’t Count them Out Yet

Things might be looking up for SeaWorld today. Shares opened significantly higher on the heels of the company’s announcement to cut its dividend by more than half, eventually eliminating it altogether in order to raise cash for share repurchases. Of course all of this is in light of the theme park’s concern over the future without its killer whale shows. As such, shareholders of SeaWorld Entertainment (SEAS) will soon get a cash dividend of 10 cents per share, coming October 7. This is down from 21 cents a share that the company had... 
 

US Import Decline Could Keep Fed from Raising Interest Rates

As petroleum prices fell in the US last month, foreign import prices followed suit. This is an historic sign of the way low oil prices weigh on inflation. The good news, perhaps, is that this decrease from prices a year ago was still only the smallest since October of 2014; and its not like prices have been massively high this year to begin with. For example, Barclays economist Blerina Uruci notes, “In spite of the month-to-month volatility, we view the underlying trend in imported deflation as improving and consistent with a gradual waning... 
 

British Trade Secretary Liam Fox Views Britain as “too lazy and too fat”

British Trade Secretary Liam Fox is making the media rounds this week after covert recordings of his criticisms have come to light. While he may be less candid during public speeches, the truth is that Mr. Fox views Britain as “too lazy and too fat,” and that the country is resting a bit on its proverbial laurels. As such, he is calling for a major change. In a meeting with the right-wing group Conservative Way Forward, on Thursday, he expressed his concern over Britain’s trade slowdown. He comments, “This country is not the free... 
 

Biogen’s New Alzheimer’s Research Could Boost Business

Alzheimer’s Disease research—and treatment—is big business these days. And research is showing that the condition could start as young as a person’s 20s but, more importantly, that the condition is the result of the development of plaques in the brain. As such, most new treatments are aimed at stopping the development of plaque once doctors are able to find it, to slow the onset of the disease through the reduction of these plaques. And now Cambridge-based pharmaceutical manufacturer Biogen is working to speed this treatment along. “By... 
 

Will Gonorrhea Soon Become Untreatable?

The World Health Organization announced today that gonorrhea may soon become untreatable. If this sounds familiar that is because the WHO was originally concerned that this might become the reality but now it appears that this is definitely true. According to new guidelines recently released from the United Nations health agency it is necessary to reexamine the present treatments for three common sexually transmitted infections: syphilis, gonorrhea, and chlamydia. Furthermore, they detail this effort is crucial as antibiotic resistance becomes more... 
 

Wealth in the US Doubled Since 1989 for the Top 10 Percent While Debt Increased along the Bottom

The recession is over. Oh, you didn’t get the memo? That’s ok; most of us didn’t. And that is because only the wealthy have managed to recover, mostly, while the rest of us continue to struggle. According to new analysis from the US Congressional Budget Office, the wealthiest Americans are very close to regaining all of their losses over the period we now call the Great Recession, while the poorest continue to fall deeper and deeper into debt. As a matter of fact, this report actually shows that the wealthiest 10 percent in America... 
 

US Olympic Gold Medalists May Catch A Tax Break

The Olympics is in full swing and America is, once again, raking in the gold medals. But while the athletes get to bring home the gold, apparently that also means Uncle Sam also rakes in millions of dollars in taxes. No, really. Every Olympian who wins a medal must pay taxes on their winnings. You see, every medal also comes with a cash prize. The US Olympic Committee awards $10,000 for a bronze medal, $15,000 for a silver medal, and $25,000 for a gold medal. And those numbers are, technically, “income;” which means, technically, the Olympians... 
 

IEA Lowers Global Oil Demand Forecast

The International Energy Agency lowered its forecast for the rise in global oil demand next year on the heels of a lower economic outlook. Now they warn of a “massive” amount of oil in storage that is keeping the crude oil prices down. Every month, the Paris-based IEA closely monitors this oil market report and they are now saying that global oil demand should grow by 1.2 million barrels per day in 2017. This is lower than last month’s forecast by 100,000 barrels a day and down 200,000 barrels a day from this time last year. In this report,... 
 

Is Social Security in Trouble?

Millennials catch a lot of flak over what the older generation(s) often view as a disconnect from traditional values. Of course, times are changing—as they say—and some of these “traditional values” may no longer be valid. Still, the concern of what some might consider to be Millennial apathy is also a bit invalid. Millennials actually have extremely valid concerns over how they are supposed to adhere to these traditional values when traditional resources appear to be lacking. For one—and perhaps the most valid Millennial argument—Social... 
 

Can Omega-3 Fatty Acids Improve Recovery After Heart Attack?

Scientists have long been studying the effects of natural food supplements to determine how well they can help people, particularly those living with certain conditions. It turns out that Omega-3 fatty acids might actually benefit those who have already had a heart attack. In a new study, 360 heart attack patients were observed for six months. Half were given 4 gms of omega-3 fatty acid supplements a day while the other half took a placebo. Using MRIs of the heart, the researchers found that those who took the 4 grams of omega-3 fatty acid supplements... 
 

Fed Cautions Rate Hike As US GDP Grew Slower Than Expected

Approaching the final stretch of the year, the US economy continues to grow very slowly. For the third straight quarter, growth has only tiptoed forward, raising yet more concern over the ability for the US economy to recover. In fact, many are now questioning the possibility of another recession as business investment failures further offset strong consumer spending. According to the United States Department of Commerce, the US gross national product—this is the value of goods and services produced within the country—increased at the seasonally... 
 

US Department of Education Releases New ADHD Student Civil Rights Guidelines

The United States Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) has just issued a new guidance to clarify the rights of those students living with Attention Deficit/ Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) within the United States. The OCR says they are distributing this guidance as a response to nationwide allegations that students who have been diagnosed with the condition are not receiving the necessary services they need in order to succeed in school (and, to a further extent) in life. The newly issued guidance reads: “Over the last five... 
 

Amazon Teams Up With Wells Fargo to Offer Student Loan Discounts

Just about anything you could possibly ever need to buy is probably available on Amazon. Visit the site and you will see thousands—maybe millions—of products from categories like home care, apparel, personal care, electronics, and more. But apparently, you can also buy an education through Amazon now. No, we are not talking about Rosetta Stone language education programs, though you can find this software. As a matter of fact the e-commerce giant is now teaming up with one of the largest student loan providers in the United States to make competitive... 
 

Could Tennessee Lottery Funding Help Improve Teacher Diversity in the State?

The Tennessee State Board of Education has been agonizing over ways to improve diversity in teacher recruitment. Of course, that also means that there needs to be a more diverse pool of talent available; and as such, statewide groups have been working hard to encourage more people of differing backgrounds and cultures to pursue these jobs. And now, the Tennessee State Board of Education is working towards a presentation—due in October—discussing how they can ensure better teacher preparation programs that will graduate teachers more prepared... 
 

Washington State Youth Advocates Say State Education Funding Must Go Beyond the Classroom

To say that education reform in America starts with funding would be an obvious understatement. Yes, it seems that things in the United States are a little backwards right now in terms of government spending; after all, more has been spent over the past few years on prisons than on schools. But youth advocates in Washington State say that adequate education funding is not only about money for classrooms (and teachers). In fact, this group has gone so far as to file a brief with the Washington State Supreme Court to pinpoint what money, exactly,... 
 

Volvo Readying For Slowdown in U.S.

Volvo the Swedish truck maker forecast a steeper than had been expected drop in the heavy duty North American truck market for 2016 and added that it would cut its production there after it posted a slightly smaller rise than predicted in its earnings for the fourth quarter. Volvo, which is one of German Volkswagen and Daimler’s rival truck brand, has had to contend with falling demand for its commercial vehicles across the U.S. as well as Brazil and a plummeting of purchases of its equipment for construction across China. While truck sales across... 
 

Supreme Court Upholds Federal Demand Response Electricity Pricing Model

On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that federal regulators can offer price breaks to massive electricity users—like schools, shopping centers, and hospitals—for reducing consumption during peak hours, in order to encourage increased conservancy efforts.  This is a regulatory approach called “demand response,” and it is supposed to lower consumer costs while also improve the infrastructure by reducing system failure risks and blackout frequency. “That practice arose because wholesale market operators can sometimes — say, on a muggy August... 
 

Gear VR Immerses User on the Web

With its new app for virtual reality, Samsung created a vastly different way for interacting with the worldwide Web. Samsung is launching a new part of its plans related to virtual reality with the release of a Web browser that is dedicated to the Gear VR headset. The new dedicated app allows people to search the Web through an environment that is panoramic and immerse themselves into a world of Internet without any downloading of content on the smartphone used. The new app, set to be released Wednesday, is able to play all HTML5 video files that... 
 

Look Out Tesla, Electric Porsche Is Going To Happen

If you thought most electric cars were not that cool, except the a Tesla, maybe you would like a new Porsche, an electric model. The first 100% electrically powered Porsche is on its way. Porsche plans to offer an all-electric performance car by the end of the decade. The four-door car, which looks like a futuristic version of today’s Porsche Panamera, will be able to go 310 miles on a single charge, Porsche has claimed. The car will charge quickly, too, according to Porsche, reaching 80% of a full charge in only 15 minutes, enough to drive... 
 

Amazon Pulls Hoverboards from Site

One of the gifts to beat this holiday season was sure to be the hoverboard. While the technology is less like the floating skateboard made famous in Back to the Future Part 2 and more like a Segway with no handle, these “hoverboards” have become quite popular lately. Maybe it is because we are currently living around the time this movie projected our technology would reach this achievement. Perhaps it has something to do with the publicity stunt produced by Funny or Die and Tony Hawk which featured—or so it seemed—a hoverboard. Regardless... 
 

Facebook Fails Forward With Apps ?

If your only experience with Facebook was through one of its many failed apps you would probably think that the company, as a whole, was a massive failure. Of course, you would be wrong; and while the company might have introduced some ideas prematurely or simply did not find the success they expected, EMarketer analyst Debra Williamson notes, “It’s not like these apps are completely a waste of time for Facebook; But I think as standalone experiences they’ve been rather underwhelming.” Ok, fine; but, really, how many Facebook... 
 
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