Facebook and Intel: A Tale of Two Frenzies

These companies couldn’t be more different: Intel, the big chipmaker whose stock in trade is billions of silicon chips, and Facebook, the online social network whose business is—well, not very much yet, but ultimately getting its members to take on the role of advertising channels to their friends. But in one sense they’re both examples of how investors can go a little crazy.

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