FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
144.06
-0.95 (-0.66%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

143.90 -0.16 (-0.11%)
After hours: 7:59PM EST

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Previous Close145.01
Open143.34
Bid143.80 x 1000
Ask143.90 x 900
Day's Range142.51 - 146.01
52 Week Range126.85 - 218.62
Volume21,754,465
Avg. Volume25,265,215
Market Cap413.998B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.59
PE Ratio (TTM)21.71
EPS (TTM)6.64
Earnings DateJan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est194.05
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  • Why it’s time to 'de-fang' FANG: BNY Mellon's Levine
    Yahoo Finance8 hours ago

    Why it’s time to 'de-fang' FANG: BNY Mellon's Levine

    BNY Mellon Chief Strategist Alicia Levine says it’s time to stop grouping all of the big FANG stocks together.

  • Facebook bug let apps access unposted photos for millions of users
    Engadget11 hours ago

    Facebook bug let apps access unposted photos for millions of users

    Facebook has disclosed yet another privacy flub. This time around, it says a bug in the Photo API led to third-party apps being able to access not only timeline photos (which users had permitted them to do), but Stories, Marketplace images and photos people uploaded to Facebook but never actually shared. "For example, if someone uploads a photo to Facebook but doesn't finish posting it -- maybe because they've lost reception or walked into a meeting -- we store a copy of that photo so the person has it when they come back to the app to complete their post," Engineering Director Tomer Bar explained in a post.

  • Facebook's Portal video hub gains major news channels and recipes
    Engadget13 hours ago

    Facebook's Portal video hub gains major news channels and recipes

    Facebook's Portal and Portal+ smart calling devices have only been available for a month, but they're already getting significant updates. The latest version will get news content from ABC and CNN, sports like Monday Night Football from ESPN, AllRecipes support and Instant Games like Battleship, Disney's Tsum Tsum and more. Facebook is also expanding the Messenger AR effect content with Christmas-themed North Pole Knits Elf, Spa Day and other effects "to add a little more fun to your video calls." You can also share music with others via iHeartRadio, Spotify Premium and Pandora.

  • Facebook apologizes for bug sharing 6.8 million users’ private photos
    Fox Business Videos4 hours ago

    Facebook apologizes for bug sharing 6.8 million users’ private photos

    Forbes publisher Rich Karlgaard discusses how Facebook announced that approximately 6.8 million users might have had their pictures exposed to third party app developers without their permission.

  • Facebook hosts privacy event in New York City
    CBS News Videos8 hours ago

    Facebook hosts privacy event in New York City

    As controversy swirls around how Facebook uses people's personal data, the social network hosted a "privacy pop-up" in New York City.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 hours ago

    [$$] Facebook Bug Potentially Exposed Unshared Photos of Up 6.8 Million Users

    Facebook Inc. said pictures belonging to up to 6.8 million users may have been exposed by a software glitch that granted app developers access to the photos, the latest in a series of privacy lapses at the social-media giant. Up to 1,500 apps may have had improper access to photos that weren’t yet shared by Facebook users, including in draft posts, from Sept. 13 to Sept. 25, the company said Friday in a post on its developers’ blog. A company spokeswoman said Facebook found and fixed the bug on Sept. 25 after an internal team made the discovery.

  • TheStreet.com2 hours ago

    Facebook Exposed Millions of Users' Unshared Photos to Developers

    A software glitch may have exposed the unshared photos of millions of Facebook users to app developers, the social media giant disclosed Friday in a blog post. The result is "that some third-party apps may have had access to a broader set of photos than usual for 12 days," the company states, noting the unauthorized access involved Facebook customers who had granted permission third-party apps to access their photos. The photo sharing snafu is the latest in a series of privacy screwups for Facebook in what has been a rocky 2018.

  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Companies Ramp Up Stock Buybacks as Market Swoon Continues

    Shares in a handful of U.S. companies have rallied following recent announcements of increased share repurchases, a welcome development for investors bruised by market volatility. Facebook Inc., Mastercard Inc., Lowe’s Cos., AbbVie Inc., United Rentals Inc. and Pioneer Natural Resources Co. are among the companies that have unveiled bigger or resumed share buybacks this month as the S&P 500 heads toward its worst quarter since 2011. Buybacks make corporate profits appear stronger by lowering the number of shares outstanding, buoying per-share earnings even without overall profit growth.

  • Bug may have exposed photos from 7M Facebook users
    Associated Press5 hours ago

    Bug may have exposed photos from 7M Facebook users

    Facebook's privacy controls have broken down yet again, this time through a software flaw affecting nearly 7 million users who had photos exposed to a much wider audience than intended. The bug disclosed Friday gave hundreds of apps unauthorized access to photos that could in theory include images that would embarrass some of the affected users. It's not yet known whether anyone actually saw the photos, but the revelation of the now-fixed problem served as another reminder of just how much data Facebook has on its 2.27 billion users, as well has how frequently these slipups are recurring.

  • Behind Spotify’s Share Repurchase Program
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    Behind Spotify’s Share Repurchase Program

    Spotify (SPOT) announced last month its plan to repurchase up to $1.0 billion of its shares by April 2021. Facebook in April added $9.0 billion to its share repurchase program, and Alphabet in February announced a fresh $8.6 billion share repurchase program. Alibaba has lined up $6.0 billion for share repurchases for the next two years, while eBay exited the third quarter with $4.7 billion remaining under its existing share repurchase authorization.

  • Earnings Reports for the Week of Dec. 17-21 (FDX, MU, ORCL)
    Kiplinger5 hours ago

    Earnings Reports for the Week of Dec. 17-21 (FDX, MU, ORCL)

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  • YouTube Tops the List of Most Downloaded iPhone Apps This Year
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    YouTube Tops the List of Most Downloaded iPhone Apps This Year

    Apple (AAPL) has unveiled its list of the most downloaded non-game apps on iPhones this year. Alphabet’s (GOOG) YouTube continues to see a lot of downloads despite already having over 1.5 billion monthly active users.

  • Google: Is Selling Video Ads More Lucrative than Subscriptions?
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Google: Is Selling Video Ads More Lucrative than Subscriptions?

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is shaking up its YouTube business in a fashion that suggests selling ads may be more lucrative than selling content subscriptions. The shakeup involves Google ending the practice of restricting access to YouTube original content to paid subscribers. There is a paid subscription service called YouTube Premium that costs $12 a month and offers ad-free access to all videos on YouTube plus exclusive access to originals.

  • Facebook's Constant Privacy Scandals Will Undermine Its Pay TV Ambitions
    Motley Fool6 hours ago

    Facebook's Constant Privacy Scandals Will Undermine Its Pay TV Ambitions

    Will more users trust Facebook with payment credentials when they can't trust it with pictures of their lunch?

  • Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch

    The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), the lead regulator of Facebook in the European Union, said it was investigating to determine whether the company had complied with strict new EU privacy rules in its response to a number of breaches, including the one that exposed photos. Facebook said in a statement that it was in close contact with the Irish regulator and happy to answer any questions. The investigation is the second opened by the DPC into Facebook since the new regulations took effect in May.

  • Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Irish regulator investigates Facebook over private photo glitch

    The Irish Data Protection Commissioner (DPC), the lead regulator of Facebook in the European Union, said it was investigating to determine whether the company had complied with strict new EU privacy rules in its response to a number of breaches, including the one that exposed photos. Facebook said in a statement that it was in close contact with the Irish regulator and happy to answer any questions. The investigation is the second opened by the DPC into Facebook since the new regulations took effect in May.

  • Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Facebook Bug Gave Developers Broader Access to User Photos

    The bug has been fixed and Facebook is alerting people potentially affected. "We’re sorry this happened," Facebook said. "Early next week we will be rolling out tools for app developers that will allow them to determine which people using their app might be impacted by this bug.

  • Zacks8 hours ago

    Buy Twitter (TWTR) Stock as We Head into 2019?

    Twitter (TWTR) stock has surged over 25% in the last three months, while tech giants from Apple (AAPL) to Amazon (AMZN) have fallen as part of the broader market pullback. So, the question is should investors buy shares of Twitter heading into 2019?