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"The New York Times" just joined "The Wall Street Journal's" anti-Facebook crusade.
Yahoo Finance’s Daniel Howley breaks down the details of Trump’s social media platform.
Facebook’s name might reflect Horizon, its in-development VR product that Mark Zuckerberg hopes will usher in the metaverse
PayPal, the online payments giant, is in talks to acquire Pinterest for $45 billion, which would be the company’s largest-ever acquisition. It’s a deal that would help Pinterest realize its goal of becoming a shopping powerhouse while PayPal would get one step closer to becoming the “super app” of its aspirations, an analog of China’s WeChat app allowing users to communicate and transact in the same space. The deal is still in the works, it could accelerate social media’s push towards a future that’s much more commercial.
Facebook shares may perform better if the company renames itself, as it’s currently considering. Most research into corporate name changes focuses on companies that are trying to jump on the bandwagon of some hot investment theme or fad. Facebook (FB) is in just the opposite situation currently.
Chaos struck the social-media sector Friday morning, with shares of Pinterest (NYSE: PINS) stock sliding 3.4%, Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) falling 5.5%, and Snap (NYSE: SNAP) collapsing 23% through 10:15 a.m. EDT. You won't be surprised to learn that it's the hardest hit of these three -- Snap -- that's the cause of the collapse. Last night after close of trading, Snap reported its Q3 2021 financial results.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: FB) is trading lower Friday following Snap Inc's (NASDAQ: SNAP) third-quarter financial results. Snap reported worse-than-expected third-quarter revenue results and issued fourth-quarter guidance below estimates. The company said advertising revenue was negatively impacted by Apple Inc's (NASDAQ: AAPL) privacy changes surrounding advertising on mobile apps. Related Link: Snapchat Takes Other Social Media Stocks Down With It On Apple Privacy Changes Warning: What You Should
Trump's Truth Social needs Section 230 to survive.
Shares of Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC), the special purpose acquisition company which will merge with former President Trump's social media company soared 356% on Thursday. Trading was briefly halted for volatility as retail investors piled on the stock.
The streaming behemoth could be leaving money on the table, with its content slate drawing massive buzz in the face of fierce criticism.
Shares of Snap Inc plunged on Friday, dragging down other ad-dependent tech firms, after the photo messaging app owner warned of a prolonged hit from Apple Inc's privacy changes on iOS devices. Snap shares were down nearly 20% at $60.8 before the bell, on track to open at a near three-month low. Shares of Facebook, Google parent Alphabet Inc and Twitter were down between 2% and 4%.
Facebook's stock looks too cheap, argues this Wall Street bull.
Former U.S. President Donald Trump has announced his return to the digital world with the planned launch of his own social media app as he promises to "stand up to Big Tech" after being banished from major platforms. The app, TRUTH Social, will be created through a new company formed by a merger of the Trump Media and Technology Group and a special purpose acquisition company (SPAC), according to a press release they issued on Wednesday. The venture may provide the first real test of the power of right-wing social media with the full force of Trump's support.
Santa Fe County Sheriff's confirms that Halyna Hutchins, director of photography died and film director Joel Souza was wounded after a prop-weapon shot by actor and producer Alec Baldwin misfired on the set of the western film "Rust."
Duplicate accounts reportedly ‘very prevalent’
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Former U.S. President Donald Trump announced Wednesday he will launch his own social media platform, TRUTH Social, according to a press release by Trump Media and Technology Group (TMTG). Trump's new social network is set to launch a beta version in November, which will be available to invited guests only. Trump signaled his aspirations to create a rival social media platform after he was kicked off several social media platforms.
Internet trolls flooded former President Donald Trump's TRUTH Social within hours of the new social media platform's announcement.
Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) just reported its highly anticipated Q3 financial results, and it was largely a positive print. During the three-month period that ended Sept. 30, Netflix added a total of 4.4 million new members. Nearly all of the new customers in the most recent quarter came from international markets, supporting Netflix's goal to become a global media empire.