FB - Facebook, Inc.

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185.93
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Previous Close186.90
Open185.88
Bid185.73 x 3200
Ask185.74 x 1800
Day's Range185.03 - 186.80
52 Week Range144.56 - 195.32
Volume10,638,298
Avg. Volume34,114,896
Market Cap538.199B
Beta0.77
PE Ratio (TTM)30.78
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 is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings
    TechCrunch6 hours ago

    Facebook is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings

    Starting this week, Facebook will begin asking users worldwide to review

  • Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins
    TechCrunch21 hours ago

    Facebook is updating how you can authenticate your account logins

    You'll soon have more options for staying secure on Facebook with two-factor

  • CNBC34 minutes ago

    Facebook shows once again that it does not understand or value journalism

    In a video showing how Facebook intends to fight fake news, a data scientist made a dismissive comment about information that is both correct and not intended to mislead. It belies the fact that Facebook does not understand or respect the practice of journalism. Publishers should take heed.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour 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.

  • Barrons.com1 hour ago

    Facebook, Twitter Crack Down on Political Ads

    Facebook and Twitter are taking steps to prevent foreign interference in the upcoming 2018 midterm elections. On Thursday, the social-media companies separately announced measures to restrict who can run political ads on their services, including requiring those who run such ads for federal elections to identify themselves and certify they are in the U.S. Facebook, for example, requires buyers of political ads to provide the last four digits of their Social Security number, a photo ID and U.S. mailing address to verify they reside in the U.S. Facebook (FB) has built machine-learning technology to review text and images in political ads, and it says it is hiring more than 4,000 people in the effort. Twitter (TWTR) will clearly mark campaign ads, and the individuals behind them.

  • TheStreet.com1 hour ago

    Facebook Will Now Clearly Label Who's Paying for Political Ads

    The giant social network announced on Thursday that it will now require political ads on both Facebook and Instagram to be clearly labeled and saved in a public, searchable archive in an effort to increase transparency following Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election on the platform. Facebook's director of public policy Steve Satterfield, director of product management Rob Leathern and global politics and government outreach director Katie Harbath held a conference call with reporters on May 24 to announce the news. Any political ads will now be clearly labeled with a "paid for by" disclosure at the top.

  • Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    Facebook to label election-related 'issue ads' in US

    Facebook is expanding its advertising disclosure requirements to cover all U.S. ads on polarized issues such as gun control and abortion rights, even if they don't endorse a particular candidate. Facebook has said it would require that of issue ads from outside parties, too, but it didn't provide details until Thursday, when the expanded requirements took effect. Such issue ads played prominently in Russia's efforts to interfere in the 2016 U.S. elections.

  • Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads
    Reuters1 hour 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.

  • Facebook launches searchable archive of U.S. political ads
    Reuters1 hour 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.

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Read this before blocking friends and colleagues on Facebook and Twitter

    Blocking people on social media is a powerful tool, but should people use it? On Wednesday, New York District Court Judge Naomi Buchwald ruled that President Trump and other public officials cannot block users on social media because doing so would violate the First Amendment.