Social networking giant Facebook has filed a fourth amendment to its S-1 filing, including the company's first quarter results and other related information. Here's a look at some of the highlights: Revenues: According to the updated S-1 filing, Facebook recorded $1.058 billion in revenue in Q1 2012, up by 44.7% from $731 million revenue in Q1 2011, but down by 6.5% from $1.131 billion in Q4 2011. The net income stood at $205 million, down 12.01% from $233 million in Q1 2011 and down 32.11% from $302 million in Q4 2011. Facebook also noted that the decline in the rate of growth in its revenues. Revenues grew by 154% during 2009 to 2010, which dipped to 88% during 2010 to 2011, and further dipped to 45% from Q1 2011 to Q1 2012. User Metrics: Facebook has 901 million monthly active users (MAUs) as of…
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