Groupon Names Breadcrumb VP and 4 Social Media Stocks See Action

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Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has claimed on its Developer blog that now, there are more than 350 apps on Facebook.com with over 1 million monthly active users each. On the mobile front, about 200,000 iPhone and Android apps have been integrated with Facebook, which includes 9 of the top 10 grossing iPhone apps. Furthermore, over 45 percent of the top 400 grossing iOS apps use the Facebook SDK.

LinkedIn Corporation (NYSE:LNKD) has teamed with Staples to launch “Succeed,” which is an online forum for networking, advice, and content that is directed specifically toward small-business professionals. Also, the digital community should be featured on LinkedIn, and the new group is expected to provide small businesses with the opportunity to connect and discuss issues and share success stories and hurdles in an online forum, especially for them.

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Groupon, Inc. (NASDAQ:GRPN) has made an announcement today that should be effective immediately, which is that Mike DeLuca will now have the role of VP of Sales for Breadcrumb, which is Groupon’s iPad-based point-of-sale system for restaurants, bars, and cafes. Furthermore, DeLuca should continue to cover his current role as VP of Sales and Operations for Savored, which is a Groupon-owned restaurant reservation and yield management platform for high-end establishments. Also, he is to keep reporting to Rob Kilgarriff, VP and GM of North American Sales and Account Management of Groupon.

Pandora Media, Inc. (NYSE:P) CEO has decided to keep its underlying fundamentals strong.

Zynga, Inc. (NASDAQ:ZNGA) and Synacor Inc (NASDAQ:SYNC) have entered and agreement that would make Zynga game currentcy available to pay-TV and high-speed internet providers as an attempt to regain their independence from Facebook (NASDAQ:FB).

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