Friendster feels heat as Facebook builds Asian base

Davis, Anita
July 2009
Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;7/16/2009, p8
The article focuses on the increase in popularity of Facebook Inc. social networking Web site and has surpassed Friendster Inc.'s social network in Southeast Asia.


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