QUEPASA


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(166.) San Josemaria escribe: <<De esa manera, no ya a pesar de nuestra miseria, sino en cierto modo a traves de nuestra miseria, de nuestra vida de hombres hechos de carne y de barro, se manifiesta Cristo: en el esfuerzo por ser mejores, por realizar un amor que aspira a ser puro, por dominar el egoismo, por entregamos plenamente a los demas, haciendo de nuestra existencia un constante servicio>>, Es Cristo quepasa, cit., n1.
If U.S.-based QuePasa's situation portends what's ahead for the region three years from now, the news is bad.
"While we have been very happy with the quality and engagement that Quepasa Games' titles have brought to audiences on Facebook, Orkut, Quepasa, and other social sites, we are closing this division in order to aggressively accelerate our core mission: to build the leading social network for meeting new people," said MeetMe, Inc.'s CEO, John Abbott.
On completion, the buyer paid USD18mA in cash and issued 17 million common shares to the company worth USD69m based on Quepasa's closing share price on Thursday of USD4.08, according toA its filing with the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
If the sagging stock prices of StarMedia and Quepasa.com are any indication, the welcome won't be an effusive one.
Some of those still in the fight are having to go on the defensive - Value America, DrKoop.com, KBKids.com, Quepasa.com, Petplace.com, Petstore.com, CarOrder.com, Salon.com and TurboLinux among them.
Latino social network owner Quepasa Corporation (OTCBB:QPSA) announced on Thursday the introduction of a new ad product revenue platform, Distributed Social Media (DSM).
In case you haven't heard, Quepasa Corporation, The major Latino online community, has struck an agreement with BRC Group to become the official social networking provider for La Alianza de Futbol Hispano, which would result in the creation of an online community for Alianza members, players, fans and coaches nationwide.
He currently serves on the board of directors of PBS, NOR, The Smithsonian Latino Center and QuePasa.com as well as Eastman Kodak's External Diversity Advisory Panel.