MeetMe (MEET) Drifts to Session Low Following Short Report
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MeetMe (NASDAQ: MEET) drifted to session lows Tuesday morning following an earlier short report posted on Seeking Alpha. The report raised concerns about advertising revenue risk given the website's alleged explicit / drug-related content.
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