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Good morning another seesaw session on Wall Street but the NASDAQ and the S&P 500 break at three -- losing streak while the Dow gives up another seventeen points closing at a new low for the year.
FaceBook is testing technology to allow kids under the age of thirteen to have FaceBook accounts legitimately.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the accounts would be linked to their parents who can then monitor who their kids' friend.
But already FaceBook has some explaining to do the co chairman of the congressional privacy caucus and CEO Mark Zuckerberg a letter.
Asking for more information in urging him to not use kids as a commodity.
To generate revenue for the struggling social site its shares on Wall Street are reeling down again yesterday closing just below 27 dollars a share.
FaceBook is now down in seven of the eleven days it's been trading as a public company.
-- Starbucks is buying bakery chain -- lines for 100 million dollars.
The Java giant plans to roll out more fancy baked goods and its stores early next year.
Food accounted for one and a half billion dollars at Starbucks annual revenue last year.
And brace yourself for bigger dry cleaning bill as you can blame it on the cost of hangers.
The US imposed trade penalties on imported wire hangers from Vietnam last week already some dry cleaners are raising prices.
That's business for more a lot on foxbusiness.com.
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