MOBILE GROWTH: As part of Tuesday's third-quarter results, the world's biggest social media company disclosed for the first time that some 14 percent of its ad revenue came from mobile advertising.
THE NUMBERS: Facebook Inc. posted a loss of $59 million, or 2 cents per share, in the July-September period. Adjusted earnings of 12 cents per share were a penny better than expected. Revenue rose 32 percent to $1.26 billion. That's also higher than the $1.23 billion Wall Street was looking for.
STOCK UP: Facebook's shares jumped $2.53, or 13 percent, to $22.03 after the announcement. It had closed up 18 cents at $19.50 in regular trading.
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