Texas-based global security consultancy Stratfor said Wednesday that it was re-launching its online operations, after hackers stole credit card numbers and personal information off its site in December.
What's good for Facebook and its employees could be very good for California's treasury. If the Palo Alto company goes public this year, as many have speculated, the state stands to reap hundreds of millions of dollars in capital gains taxes from Facebook investors and employees profiting from stock sales. That could bring a much-needed windfall to a state government facing a $9.2 billion deficit.
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