​​Jim Cramer found one company that trailed peers last year, but is cooking up a brighter future in international markets. We explain what's new, before breakfast. Facebook stock plummeted last week, along with King.com's IPO and Twitter stock. However, the social network is back in the spotlight as investors head into this week hoping Mark Zuckerberg's M&A pays off in the long run. And Tesla shares are up on good news from Washington. Next, it remains to be seen if Elon Musk's electric car can cruise past all time highs.

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