This article by Dominic Rushe in The Guardian talks about how Facebook's earnings were behind in the first three months of 2012 but are now back up.
There are a LOT of numbers in this article, especially for how short it is. I started to get lost and uninterested due to all of the numbers and stats and percentages.
The writer also only has one source, an analyst from somewhere who apparently knows all about Facebook's financial situation. Not knowing what kind of analyst Sam is or how he came by this knowledge, the quotes made me wonder if I could trust this source's information.
This article also seemed to fail in the way of saying why this was so important now, especially since it's in the news. What did the slip and change affect? The article failed to really give a reason for why it was there and why this change was important.