16.60 +0.03 (0.18%)
After hours: 5:40PM EDT
|Bid||16.58 x 8000|
|Ask||16.60 x 7900|
|Day's Range||16.12 - 16.86|
|52 Week Range||11.28 - 24.40|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||15.60|
Mark Zuckerberg has never testified in front of Congress, but he has been under oath. Here's what the Facebook CEO might be like testifying in Congress.
Social media company Twitter (TWTR) recently doubled its tweet limit from 140 characters to 280 characters. Twitter has been testing this feature for the past few months and believed that the initiative could help the company attract more users.
The growing popularity of Lil Miquela has experts questioning whether a social media influencer needs to be a real human being.
One market strategist has a message for investors looking to dip their toes back in the Facebook water: This stock is too unstable to touch.
Lesson for social media companies: If you get a superstar angry, you may pay a price. And if your deal is delivering meal kits to people's doors, trust us -- they’re not waiting for you to offer a way to get those kits less conveniently.
Stockpile, a site that lets people buy gift cards for stocks, is seeing a lot of interest in the upcoming Spotify an Dropbox offerings.
Shares of Twitter (TWTR) plummet following Israel government's warning of legal action amid growing tension in the social media market over Facebook's data security issues.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is joining Facebook (FB) in banning cryptocurrency advertisements. The company is updating its advertising policies to prohibit commercials about cryptocurrencies and related content starting in June 2018. As a result, Google says it won’t allow ads promoting ICOs (initial coin offering) and cryptocurrency trading advice to run on its platforms or on the third-party websites where it serves ads.
That a company associated with Steve Bannon snagged Facebook data from 50 million users to craft and target pro-Trump election messages is just the beginning of the social media giant’s new problems.
Nearly $50 billion of market capitalization, or value, has been wiped of Facebook's stock since Monday.
The unauthorized access to 50 million users' data is a PR nightmare for the social media company, but it could hold Facebook back later in ways most watchers aren't considering.
Samsung (SSNLF) has set its sights on becoming the world’s top supplier for image sensors, Korean publication Etnews reported. Sony is currently the leading supplier of image sensors, and it controls more than 45% of the global image sensor market, according to Gartner’s estimates.
NEW YORK, NY / ACCESSWIRE / March 20, 2018 / Shares of Facebook were falling on Monday to have their worse one day drop in years after reports surfaced that as many as 50 million Facebook profiles were ...
While investor appetite looked encouraging with three days to go before final pricing, it was not clear if that would be strong enough to lift the deal above of the initial range of $16 to $18 a share that Dropbox set last week. The offering is expected to price Thursday, and the stock will start trading on the Nasdaq on Friday. "It is early to predict the pricing.
Tech stocks drag on the broader market as shares of Facebook Inc. tanked following a data-mining scandal that involved millions of who use the social media site.
Facebook's biggest investors are quiet so far on the controversy but they may not remain that way for long.
As Facebook faces scrutiny and makes changes in response, other social stocks such as Snap and Twitter are suddenly hot. Don’t forget about the ad business Amazon is growing too.
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