166.10 -0.26 (-0.15%)
Pre-Market: 8:18AM EDT
|Bid||166.22 x 300|
|Ask||166.45 x 300|
|Day's Range||165.77 - 168.12|
|52 Week Range||142.27 - 195.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||30.86|
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Facebook has another change in the works to respond to the European Union's
In the wake of privacy scandals, Facebook users are newly realizing their data makes the company rich. What if platforms paid them for their contributions?
On February 28, 2018, Facebook (FB) was the third-largest Internet player worldwide with a market cap of ~$518.0 billion. However, March wasn’t kind to Facebook following revelations that data company Cambridge Analytica had improperly collected the personal data of ~87 million Facebook users and influenced President Donald Trump’s election campaign, sparking a US regulatory inquiry and an outcry from lawmakers in several countries.
Stock futures edged lower. Amazon rallied as Amazon Prime memberships have topped 100 million. Customers pay for Amazon and Netflix services. Facebook and Google users pay in data.
PARIS (Reuters) - The head of French advertising group Publicis (PUBP.PA) refused on Thursday to get drawn into commenting on rival WPP (WPP.L), following the shock departure of WPP's boss Martin Sorrell. ...
Facebook is changing its business so that its users will not be covered by new privacy protections. The new GDPR protections, which will roll out next month, would apply to some 1.9 billion Facebook users if they went into effect now. Facebook users who are not in the US or Canada are currently held under terms of service run by its international headquarters, which are in Ireland.