FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
161.85
+1.81 (+1.13%)
As of 3:57PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close160.04
Open160.58
Bid161.49 x 1000
Ask161.53 x 900
Day's Range160.31 - 162.41
52 Week Range123.02 - 218.62
Volume11,257,963
Avg. Volume23,820,390
Market Cap461.919B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.23
PE Ratio (TTM)21.38
EPS (TTM)7.57
Earnings DateApr 23, 2019 - Apr 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est197.94
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  • Facebook will shut down its spyware VPN app Onavo
    TechCrunch19 hours ago

    Facebook will shut down its spyware VPN app Onavo

    Facebook will end its unpaid market research programs and proactively take its Onavo VPN app off the Google Play store in the wake of backlash following TechCrunch's investigation about Onavo code being used in a Facebook Research app the sucked up data about teens. The Onavo Protect app will eventually shut down, and will immediately cease pulling in data from users for market research, though it will continue operating as a Virtual Private Network in the short-term to allow users to find a replacement. Facebook has also ceased to recruit new users for the Facebook Research app that still runs on Android but was forced off of iOS by Apple after we reported that it violated Apple's Enterprise Certificate program for employee-only apps.

  • The Canadian Press13 minutes ago

    Report: Apps send sensitive user data to Facebook

    Several phone apps are sending sensitive user data to Facebook, including health information, without users' consent, according to a report by The Wall Street Journal. An analytics tool called "App Events" allows app developers to record user activity and report it back to Facebook, even if the user isn't on Facebook, according to the report . Facebook did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

  • The Wall Street Journal14 minutes ago

    [$$] Cuomo Calls for Probe Into Facebook's Collection of Sensitive Data from Apps

    Inc. accesses people’s personal information in response to an analysis by The Wall Street Journal that showed the social-media giant collects sensitive data from smartphone apps including users’ menstrual cycles and blood pressure. Mr. Cuomo directed the New York Department of State, in partnership with the Department of Financial Services and other state agencies, to investigate Facebook.

  • CNBC24 minutes ago

    YouTube is heading for its Cambridge Analytica moment

    This week, several major advertisers suspended their YouTube campaigns after a report that pedophiles have latched onto videos of young children. YouTube has faced many similar problems over the years, and it's caught in a game of whack-a-mole to fix them. At some point, YouTube will face a scandal that actually alienates users, as happened with Facebook in the Cambridge Analytica scandal.

  • Will Trump Seal a US-China Trade Deal Next Month?
    Market Realist36 minutes ago

    Will Trump Seal a US-China Trade Deal Next Month?

    Will Trump Seal a US-China Trade Deal Next Month?The US market This afternooon, the NASDAQ Composite Index (QQQ) and Dow Jones Industrial Average (DIA) appear to be on their way to ending their ninth consecutive week in positive territory. At 2:32 PM

  • New York governor orders probe into Facebook access to data from other apps
    Reuters58 minutes ago

    New York governor orders probe into Facebook access to data from other apps

    New York Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday ordered two state agencies to investigate a media report that Facebook Inc may be accessing far more personal information from smartphone users, including health and other sensitive data, than had previously been known. The directive to New York's Department of State and Department of Financial Services came after The Wall Street Journal said testing showed that Facebook collected personal information from other apps on users' smartphones within seconds of them entering it.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] Facebook to Pull Controversial Onavo App

    Inc. is shutting down its Onavo app that tracks user behavior, a sign the social-media titan is rethinking how it collects information about users amid widespread privacy concerns. Facebook said on Thursday it would be removing Onavo from the Google Play store, and plans to eventually shut down the app entirely. Inc. pulled the Onavo app from its App Store in August for violating its data-collection policies.

  • Why Square (SQ) Stock Looks Like a Buy Heading into Q4 Earnings
    Zacks2 hours ago

    Why Square (SQ) Stock Looks Like a Buy Heading into Q4 Earnings

    Despite Square's recent climb, shares of SQ rest 25% off their 52-week high, which gives them plenty of runway heading into the company's fourth-quarter earnings release Wednesday.

  • How Disney Is Trying to Secure the Future of Its Parks Business
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    How Disney Is Trying to Secure the Future of Its Parks Business

    The Latest in Big Media: DIS, DISH, CHTR, DISCA, and CBSDisney to power parks with solar energyFor the Walt Disney Company (DIS), climate change is bad for business. Disney recently activated a 50-megawatt solar facility that it says will generate

  • Facebook Finally Kills Its Controversial Spying App
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Facebook Finally Kills Its Controversial Spying App

    The social networking giant got plenty of value out of the Onavo acquisition.

  • Pinterest Files for an IPO: What Investors Need to Know
    Motley Fool3 hours ago

    Pinterest Files for an IPO: What Investors Need to Know

    Will Pinterest's trajectory resemble that of Snapchat or Instagram?

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    Facebook reportedly gets deeply personal info, such as ovulation times and heart rate, from some apps

    Several apps share highly sensitive data with Facebook even if users do not have a Facebook account, testing by The Wall Street Journal finds. Among the apps sending information to Facebook are a period-tracking app, a heart-rate monitoring app and a homebuying app, the Journal says. Facebook has recently gotten in trouble with Apple for distributing an app that collected user activity from iPhones.