FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
186.215
-0.685 (-0.37%)
As of 2:22PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close186.900
Open185.880
Bid186.010 x 800
Ask186.020 x 900
Day's Range185.030 - 186.800
52 Week Range144.560 - 195.320
Volume8,311,288
Avg. Volume34,114,896
Market Cap539.023B
Beta0.77
PE Ratio (TTM)30.83
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads
    Reuters5 minutes ago

    Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) on Thursday launched an archive of U.S. political ads that appear on the world's largest social network, showing who paid for them and other details, after an outcry over Russians' alleged purchase of such ads during the 2016 elections. Facebook, which has 2.2 billion monthly active users, pledged seven months ago to create a cache, saying on the eve of U.S. congressional hearings that it wanted to increase transparency about its role in political advertising. Digital services such as Facebook, Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) and Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and YouTube have upended how political campaigns reach voters in many countries because of their power at targeting ads at narrow audiences and their low cost compared to television ads.

  • The Wall Street Journal14 minutes ago

    [$$] Macron to Silicon Valley: Embrace Europe's Regulations

    Mr. Zuckerberg added that, in recent weeks, “the vast majority of people choose to opt in” when Facebook has asked them to approve its use of their use of internet browsing and application usage data to show them targeted ads.

  • Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads
    Reuters16 minutes ago

    Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) on Thursday launched an archive of U.S. political ads that appear on the world's largest social network, showing who paid for them and other details, after an outcry over Russians' alleged purchase of such ads during the 2016 elections. Facebook, which has 2.2 billion monthly active users, pledged seven months ago to create a cache, saying on the eve of U.S. congressional hearings that it wanted to increase transparency about its role in political advertising. Digital services such as Facebook, Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) and Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and YouTube have upended how political campaigns reach voters in many countries because of their power at targeting ads at narrow audiences and their low cost compared to television ads.

  • CNBC23 minutes ago

    Facebook and Twitter announce stricter political ad guidelines ahead of midterms

    Facebook is forcing political advertisers to properly identify and label their ads. Political advertisers on Twitter have to certify that they're living in the U.S. Facebook FB and Twitter TWTR are clamping down on political ads ahead of the 2018 midterm elections in an effort to close loopholes that were exploited during the 2016 presidential campaign.

  • Okta Stock Rising; Security Firm Adds Facebook, VMware As Partners
    Investor's Business Daily43 minutes ago

    Okta Stock Rising; Security Firm Adds Facebook, VMware As Partners

    Shares in cybersecurity firm Okta rose following its user conference as analysts touted its growing list of partnerships, most recently with Facebook and VMware.

  • Here’s why you really shouldn’t ignore that pop-up from Facebook
    Quartz1 hour ago

    Here’s why you really shouldn’t ignore that pop-up from Facebook

    If you’re an internet user, chances are you’ve recently been getting heaps of emails and notifications from your favorite apps and newsletters you might not even remember signing up for, asking you to opt in to keep getting marketing emails. Facebook is no exception. Facebook has been showing pop-up messages to EU citizens about how…

  • TheStreet.com1 hour ago

    Complying With Europe's New Data Rules Could Be Costly for Facebook, Google

    U.S. tech giants shouldn't have a problem meeting Europe's new data privacy standards, but it's going to cost them. and scores of other U.S. tech firms have been busy changing their data policies and communicating with users to comply with the European Union's General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, which goes into effect on May 25. Unlike retailers and banks, tech companies are well-equipped to adapt to the new rules, said AT Kearney principal Rajesh John.

  • Facebook won't pay compensation for Cambridge Analytica case
    Associated Press2 hours ago

    Facebook won't pay compensation for Cambridge Analytica case

    Facebook said Thursday it will not compensate users in the scandal over the misuse of their personal data by political consultancy Cambridge Analytica. The answers were promised after testimony earlier this week by CEO Mark Zuckerberg in Brussels had left EU lawmakers frustrated about a lack of responses. Cambridge Analytica used the data of millions of Facebook users to target ads during political campaigns, including allegedly the U.S. presidential vote.

  • Zuckerberg says Facebook has 'always shared' the values of Europe's new data law
    CNBC2 hours ago

    Zuckerberg says Facebook has 'always shared' the values of Europe's new data law

    Facebook has always shared the principles the EU's new GDPR legislation, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said on Thursday.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Watch Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg speak at Viva Tech 2018 as concerns over data protection heighten

    Mark Zuckerberg is speaking at the Viva Technology conference amid heightened concerns over how Facebook handles user data.

  • InvestorPlace3 hours ago

    As the Scandal Fades, Facebook, Inc. Stock Still Is Bulletproof

    The Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) “scandal” is officially in the rear view mirror, at least according to Wall Street. Facebook stock, which fell 20% in March when the company came under political attack for its role in the 2016 elections, is back to pre-crisis levels, opening for trade May 23 at about $184 per share. The results reaffirmed Facebook’s status as a “Cloud Czar,” one of the five huge companies that now dominate computing and society, because they can afford to keep building so-called “hyperscale” data centers and fill them with traffic.

  • InvestorPlace3 hours ago

    Microsoft Corporation Stock Is No Safe Haven When It Comes to Privacy

    Instead some are flocking toward names with mitigated data exposure like Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT). The bull case on Microsoft stock as a safe-haven in a privacy-concerned world is pretty straightforward. Microsoft has become a $750 billion company largely without monetizing data.

  • Can Twitter Survive the EU’s New Data Privacy Law?
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Can Twitter Survive the EU’s New Data Privacy Law?

    Exactly a month before the European Union’s new data privacy law known as the General Data Protection Regulation (or GDPR) was due to come into force, Twitter (TWTR) announced that it was updating its privacy policy. The EU’s new data privacy law prohibits Internet companies like Twitter from collecting their users’ personal information without permission.

  • Facebook is expanding its controversial anti-revenge porn program to the US, UK, and Canada
    Quartz4 hours ago

    Facebook is expanding its controversial anti-revenge porn program to the US, UK, and Canada

    Last November, Australian media reported that Facebook was experimenting with a novel idea to combat revenge porn on its platforms. In a pilot program done in cooperation with the government, users would do something that feels ill advised: upload a nude image to Facebook. The idea was that by doing so, Facebook could preempt that…

  • Reuters4 hours ago

    Wary of China, Macron urges Europe to set tech regulation standards

    Europe should set global standards for tougher regulation of digital technology, finding a way between an excessively lax United States and an over-restrictive China, French President Emmanuel Macron said on Thursday. Addressing the bosses of U.S. giants Microsoft and IBM at a Paris technology conference, Macron said the European Union's new data privacy regulation, known as GDPR, demonstrated Europe's ability (EU) to lead the way.

  • Prologis Sells 21-Building Campus to Facebook for $400M
    Zacks5 hours ago

    Prologis Sells 21-Building Campus to Facebook for $400M

    Prologis (PLD) gains from rising demand for its strategically-located properties, sells property in Menlo Park to Facebook for $400 million.

  • Facebook refuses to compensate users after Cambridge Analytica data scandal
    The Telegraph5 hours ago

    Facebook refuses to compensate users after Cambridge Analytica data scandal

    Facebook refuses to compensate users after Cambridge Analytica data scandal

  • CNBC5 hours ago

    Facebook must comply with European privacy laws in 'real life,' EU's digital policy chief say

    In an effort to give consumers greater control over how their personal details are used, Europe is set to impose sweeping changes to data laws on Friday. Earlier in the week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before European lawmakers to apologize for the social media giant's role in a massive data leak. The European Union 's digital policy chief has urged Facebook FB to stick to its promise and abide by the region's more stringent data protection rules.

  • Do Options Traders Know Something About Facebook (FB) Stock We Don't?
    Zacks6 hours ago

    Do Options Traders Know Something About Facebook (FB) Stock We Don't?

    Investors in Facebook (FB) need to pay close attention to the stock based on moves in the options market lately.