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Facebook said today that its global audience has grown to 300 million users and that it’s cash-flow positive. The social network’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a blog post today that: Earlier this year, we said we expected to be cash flow positive sometime in 2010, […]

facebook-logoFacebook said today that its global audience has grown to 300 million users and that it’s cash-flow positive. The social network’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in a blog post today that:

Earlier this year, we said we expected to be cash flow positive sometime in 2010, and I’m pleased to share that we achieved this milestone last quarter. This is important to us because it sets Facebook up to be a strong independent service for the long term.

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