|Bid||0.00 x 1000|
|Ask||0.00 x 1000|
|Day's Range||177.34 - 178.88|
|52 Week Range||123.02 - 218.62|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.20|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||23.55|
|Earnings Date||Apr 24, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||197.14|
A diluge of corporate earnings reports and U.S. GDP data will take center stage this week.
Dow Jones futures: Earnings reports will tackle key stock market questions this week. Can chips keep running and software rally? Will Facebook grow? How costly is the Boeing 737 Max mess?
This is Boom Live, one of seven tiny fact-checking firms at the heart of Facebook’s efforts to rebuild some of its credibility during India’s elections. Based on the early tallies, more than 60 percent of India’s 900 million eligible voters are expected to cast ballots between now and May 19, as the center-left Congress Party tries to seize power from the right-wing Bharatiya Janata Party. As in other elections around the world, paid hacks and party zealots are churning out propaganda on Facebook and the company’s WhatsApp messenger, along with Twitter, YouTube, TikTok, and other ubiquitous communication channels.
A group that monitors internet censorship said Sri Lankan authorities have blocked most social media services in the country following attacks that killed more than 200 people on Easter Sunday.
Start-up executives in health and education say they're having success recruiting from tech giants like Facebook FB and Alphabet GOOGL , where they previously struggled. The tech giants have suffered a variety of scandals and negative press in the last couple of years, making retention harder in the notoriously cutthroat competition for talent in Silicon Valley. Facebook has dealt with a series of crises , from allegations that the company doesn't do enough to protect user data, to a one-day 20% stock plunge in the wake of a bad earnings report in July 2018 .
Learn why Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram each appeal to different target markets of users of social networks worldwide.
The government imposed an island-wide curfew as security forces try to maintain law and order and investigate the attacks. No one has claimed responsibility for the six coordinated explosions that took place at 8:45 a.m. local time mainly in the capital Colombo, and separate blasts later in the day. Sri Lanka had previously received warnings of possible church attacks, but not on hotels, Defence Secretary Hemasiri Fernando said on Sunday, noting some of the explosions were suicide bombings.
More than a third of people in the UK believe that losing money or personal information over the internet is now “unavoidable”, a survey has found, in a further sign of growing public concern about online privacy. The research, carried out by Britain’s National Cyber Security Centre, part of digital intelligence agency GCHQ, also revealed that 70 per cent of the public believe they will be a victim of cyber crime in the next two years. The findings come as business leaders and tech companies are under growing pressure from regulators in Europe and the US to tighten security and improve their standards for handling personal data.
Volodymyr Zelensky, a comedian with no political experience, was on track to become Ukraine’s president after a landslide victory in Sunday’s election, according to preliminary exit polls released after voting closed. The 41-year-old was projected to have won 73.2 per cent in the run-off vote compared with 25.3 per cent for incumbent Petro Poroshenko, according to exit polls released by the Democratic Initiatives Foundation, a western-funded think-tank. Within minutes of the exit polls being released, Mr Poroshenko had conceded defeat, saying he would call his rival to congratulate him.
, Facebook’s head of global affairs, has written to Antonio Tajani, president of the European Parliament, offering to explore ways to exempt European parties and EU elections from the campaign rules after they sparked a fierce backlash among MEPs.
My favorite hedge fund event is the annual Sohn Conference in New York. This year’s event will be held on May 6th, so I decided to take a look at how last year’s picks fared and whether hedge fund managers were able to generate any outperformance with their recommendations. Last year Harvard University’s Patrick Luo released […]
Mastercard CMO Raja Rajamannar, the new president of the World Federation of Advertisers, said he wants to see the "game plan" from social media platforms. Facebook, Instagram and YouTube have been under fire after displaying content ranging from self-harm to live-streaming of a terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand. Since the platforms receive so much revenue from advertising, "They cannot completely ignore the rightful preferences of the advertisers," said Rajamannar.
The internet has transformed life as we know it. With the internet, the average person has access to the world's store of information, nearly limitless media content, and the ability to purchase and order millions of different items online. With the development of cheaper and cheaper rockets and satellite internet, there is now potential for companies […]
Ka’Shawn Baldwin, 22, was pulled over on his way to a job interview on Wednesday because he had borrowed a car with expired license plates. Worse, when Cahokia, Ill., Officer Roger Gemoules asked to see his ID, Baldwin’s license was expired. “He was very respectful when I pulled him over and you could just tell — I could feel that he really was wanting to get to this job interview,” said Gemoules, a resource officer for Cahokia High School who was on patrol because the school is closed for spring break this week.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Federal regulators are reportedly considering seeking some kind of oversight of Mark Zuckerberg's leadership of Facebook over the social network giant's mishandling of users' personal information.
Current methods for filtering out terrorist content are still quite limited,and a recent discovery makes that all too clear
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is facing mounting pressure in Washington to be held accountable for the company's use of customer data. Lawmakers called for Zuckerberg to be held personally responsible by the Federal Trade Commission following a Washington Post report claiming the agency is considering such action. The FTC opened an investigation into Facebook following the Cambridge Analytica scandal, centered around the company's 2011 agreement with the agency.
Facebook this week quietly updated an earlier blog post to say it had stored millions of Instagram account passwords in an unsecured file — not tens of thousands of passwords, as it had originally claimed. The news comes as federal regulators are reportedly considering whether to hold CEO Mark Zuckerberg personally accountable for his company’s lapses in privacy, data breaches and mishandling of user information.