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The pace of the economic recovery has cooled in recent weeks. And some businesses might start making larger spending cuts if they feel the economy will be under pressure for a while.
The size of Facebook's advertiser base, together with Facebook's strategic importance as an ad platform and its attempts to address recent concerns, should limit the long-term fallout.
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Like eBay's spinoff of PayPal, a Dell spinoff of VMware could both unlock shareholder value and strategically benefit the spun-off company.
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