FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
137.42
-2.21 (-1.58%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

137.40 -0.02 (-0.01%)
Pre-Market: 5:58AM EST

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Previous Close139.63
Open139.25
Bid137.38 x 200
Ask137.52 x 900
Day's Range136.66 - 140.87
52 Week Range126.85 - 218.62
Volume11,599
Avg. Volume25,282,115
Market Cap394.916B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)20.71
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor
    Yahoo Finance14 hours ago

    The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

    Employer review website Glassdoor released its annual “Best Places to Work” report, consisting of the top 100 large companies to work for going into 2019.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 hours ago

    [$$] Australia Looks to Rein in Power of Facebook and Google

    Inc.’s Google in news and advertising and warned that a tech-sector watchdog may be needed to prevent abuses of power. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission, delivering its report at the end of a yearlong inquiry into digital media, proposed changes to merger laws to protect smaller tech firms and said major companies should offer more search and browsing choices for consumers. The regulator’s report broadens the international challenges facing tech companies including Google and Facebook amid heightened scrutiny of how they handle sensitive data in other markets.

  • Australian watchdog wants a regulator for dominant Google, Facebook
    Reuters5 hours ago

    Australian watchdog wants a regulator for dominant Google, Facebook

    Australia's competition watchdog on Monday recommended tougher scrutiny and a new regulatory body to check the dominance of tech giants Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google in the country's online advertising and news markets. The recommendation, in a preliminary report on the U.S. firms' market power, is being closely watched around the world as lawmakers wrestle with the powerful tech firms' large and growing influence in public life, from privacy to publishing. It comes days after Australia passed laws forcing tech companies to help police access private user data, and amid growing concern from authorities worldwide about the giants' commercial behavior and distribution of so-called "fake news".

  • Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Google, Facebook Face Australia Crackdown Over Market Power

    In a preliminary report released Monday, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission said a new or existing watchdog should investigate and monitor how large digital platforms rank and display adverts and news. “The ACCC considers that the strong market position of digital platforms like Google and Facebook justifies a greater level of regulatory oversight,” Chairman Rod Sims said in a statement.

  • CNBC6 hours ago

    Facebook ramps up ad transparency ahead of India's 2019 general elections

    Advertisers in India who want to run political ads on Facebook will need to confirm their identity and location to prevent abuse of the system ahead of the 2019 general elections, the social networking site said.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Always Meant Business

    Among the more notable revelations from the British government’s dump of internal Facebook emails on Wednesday was this: In the fall of 2012, Facebook Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg was keenly interested in making money. At the time, Mr. Zuckerberg was leading a newly public company already fetching a market value of around $50 billion—already more than many of the media and technology businesses he was in the process of displacing.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Censors at Random

    If you used Facebook in late November, you probably saw a stream of fundraising campaigns for charities and cultural organizations. In response to public scrutiny stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal this year, Facebook has implemented enforcement measures aimed at improving election security and discouraging anonymous political messages. Several paid advertising campaigns run by my colleagues and clients have been inexplicably obstructed by Facebook’s policing in the past several months.

  • Why Investors Should Cheer Facebook's Stock Buyback
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Why Investors Should Cheer Facebook's Stock Buyback

    With shares down nearly 40%, Facebook wants to get more aggressive with its stock buybacks.

  • Should I Buy an Oculus Go VR Headset?
    Motley Fool12 hours ago

    Should I Buy an Oculus Go VR Headset?

    The Facebook-owned device is affordable, and works without having a phone wedged into it.

  • Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering
    IPO-Edge.com2 months ago

    Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering

    Facebook’s Instagram Blocks Promotion of IPO Edge Article on Vox Utility Token Offering By John Jannarone When it comes to cryptocurrency, Facebook appears to believe that ignorance is bliss. Last week, IPO Edge published an analysis of an upcoming offering of security tokens designed to fund the growth of an existing Internet telephone and messaging […]

  • Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering
    IPO Edge2 months ago

    Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering

    Facebook’s Instagram Blocks Promotion of IPO Edge Article on Vox Utility Token Offering By John Jannarone When it comes to cryptocurrency, Facebook appears to believe that ignorance is bliss. Last week, IPO Edge published an analysis of an upcoming offering of security tokens designed to fund the growth of an existing Internet telephone and messaging […]

  • Why a 21-year old self-taught tech entrepreneur turned down MIT to write code, affect change
    CNBC17 hours ago

    Why a 21-year old self-taught tech entrepreneur turned down MIT to write code, affect change

    Iddris Sandu already has Google, Instagram, Snapchat and Uber on his resume. This architect plans to bridge the gap of technology and culture to minorities and youth around the world.

  • Actor Edward Norton is trying to change how the TV industry measures viewership
    CNBC19 hours ago

    Actor Edward Norton is trying to change how the TV industry measures viewership

    Edward Norton's start-up, EDO, is trying to bring analytics tools to the film and TV industry and help push them deeper into the the digital age. If the technology works, media companies will have better data to inform what shows they should create.

  • CNBC19 hours ago

    Actor Edward Norton is trying to change how the TV industry measures viewership

    Norton joined with poet Daniel Nadler and Facebook investor Jim Breyer in starting and financing EDO. The company is bringing advanced data analytics to the movie and TV industry to make them efficient in a world increasingly controlled by Netflix and Amazon. During Edward Norton's long acting career, the Golden Globe Award winner has enjoyed a side gig backing tech start-ups like Uber, data analytics firm Kenso and crowdfunding site CrowdRise.