Facebook Plans Autoplay Video Ads
Mansion for Sale, Bitcoin Accepted
Amazon Gives Grocery Biz a Try
Digital Wallet Coinbase Raises $25M
Nasdaq Tries To Reach Dot-Com Peak
In a move likely to anger and annoy users, Facebook is planning a new "autoplay" video advertising product to drive more views, likes, shares and comments for the people who pay its bills.
A casino owner-turned-commercial developer is asking $7.85 million to sell a Las Vegas home, and he's willing to accept the online currency bitcoin for the deal, expanding his market globally.
Online giant Amazon.com has launched a grocery delivery business, AmazonFresh, in San Francisco as the world's largest Internet retailer expands into the consumer packaged goods sector.
At 617,000 users and counting, Coinbase, an international digital wallet, is turning the heads of investors. Coinbase has added 400,000 users since Aug. 1 and attracted $25 million in series B funding.
It takes a long time to recover from a bad hangover, especially when you party like it's 1999. The Nasdaq Composite is up 35 percent, but remains 20 percent below its dot-com peak of 5,048.62.