GM Says It No Longer Plans to Advertise on FacebookSarah Frier and Tim Higgins
Facebook Inc.’s loss of paid advertising from General Motors Co., the world’s biggest automaker, may spur other marketers to reconsider ads on the site and hamper sales growth just as the social network debuts as a publicly traded company, an analyst said.
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