|Bid||179.32 x 200|
|Ask||179.34 x 600|
|Day's Range||178.38 - 179.79|
|52 Week Range||114.77 - 184.25|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.79|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
According to a new report, people posting and sharing on Instagram will account for almost one-third of all social media users worldwide by 2021.
The Federal Communications Commission will vote on rolling back Net Neutrality this morning. The Obama-era regulation, which requires service providers to treat all internet traffic equally, is expected to be repealed. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer break down the implications.
Imagine this-- A wealthy tech tycoon who has made so much money in his corporate life, that he's figured out a way to extend his physical life indefinitely using artificial intelligence. It’s the plot of a new book called Immortal Life. and guess what, the author says that scenario isn’t so far-off from reality. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith, Dan Roberts and Andy Serwer talk to Stanley Bing, author of Immortal Life.
Facebook on Thursday announced some changes to its video advertising policies. The biggest change is test of pre-roll advertising expected to begin next month.
Is a desk jockey who shuffles paper in mid-town Manhattan a worthier human being than a person who cleans the bathroom and prevents us from catching deadly diseases?
Many top tech leaders called the FCC's rollback of net neutrality 'extremely disappointing' and vowed to work with Congress.
The former Facebook executive's comments drew a pointed response from Facebook earlier this week.
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) recently rolled out Messenger Kids, a junior version of its Messenger app for children under 13, who aren’t allowed to sign up for Facebook or Instagram. FB stock is up 3.5% since the launch of the app, but the Nasdaq 100 is up 2.4%, so not much out-performance. Messenger Kids will influence the 12-and-under crowd towards Instagram, Facebook, and Messenger once those children become teenagers.
Since its late-2013 IPO, I’ve been a regular critic of Twitter Inc (NYSE:TWTR), cautioning investors that TWTR stock was best left avoided. It’s not that Twitter couldn’t be a success. It’s just that the company wouldn’t do any of things it should have been doing to achieve that success.
As anyone not in a coma understands, Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL, NASDAQ:GOOG) is a massive company. Generally speaking, current bearish arguments center on the theme that GOOGL stock may have peaked. The growth phase for GOOGL shares is clearly long gone.
Three months before he struck a deal with Walt Disney Co., Rupert Murdoch got a sobering reminder of how quickly the media world was changing.
The social-media company is changing its video-ad strategy again, potentially amplifying tensions with many publishers who were already frustrated with their inability to earn significant money from videos ...
U.S. equities are drifting lower on Thursday in the wake of a party-line vote by the FCC to repeal net neutrality rules imposed in 2015. The 3-2 decision removes the additional regulatory constraints imposed by the Obama Administration and shifts the balance of power from internet companies — mainly over-the-top streaming providers as well as hoarders of personal data — to telecoms delivering the data into homes.
Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday it would begin to promote videos more prominently inside its News Feed, leveraging the social network's centrepiece product to build interest in episodic shows and compete more directly with YouTube. Facebook, in a blog post, also said it was tweaking the kinds of advertisements that run in videos on the network. Facebook's News Feed, which comprises posts from friends and businesses, is the first thing its 2.1 billion users see when they open the mobile app or go to the website, making it valuable online real estate.
Facebook Inc said on Thursday it would begin to promote videos more prominently inside its News Feed, leveraging the social network's centerpiece product to build interest in episodic shows and compete more directly with YouTube. Facebook, in a blog post, also said it was tweaking the kinds of advertisements that run in videos on the network. Facebook's News Feed, which comprises posts from friends and businesses, is the first thing its 2.1 billion users see when they open the mobile app or go to the website, making it valuable online real estate.
Dec.14 -- Scott Galloway, professor at the NYU Stern School of Business, discusses his views on big tech, the FCC's vote to end net neutrality rules and bitcoin with Bloomberg's Scarlet Fu and Julia Chatterley on "Bloomberg Markets."