NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- Facebook (FB - Get Report) CEO Mark Zuckerberg touched on a number of topics Tuesday night in his chat at a TechCrunch conference, but the topic that's getting the most attention is the company moving into search. Why wasn't search made a bigger deal in the company's S-1 filing when talking about the business?
Doing a keyword search for "search" in the company's S-1 filing before its IPO, and the hits are limited, at best. Nowhere in the filing does it mention search as a business, yet Zuckerberg made that a focus during his discussion with moderator Mike Arrington.
Arrington asked about Google (GOOG) and its social network, Google+, and whether that "pissed him off." Zuckerberg shied away from that, but did talk about search, which he thinks is an "interesting opportunity" for the company.
"Search is interesting. We do on order of a a billion inquiries a day, and we're not trying," Zuckerberg said. "I think that there's a big opportunity for us
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