FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
185.93
-0.97 (-0.52%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

186.00 +0.07 (0.04%)
Pre-Market: 7:11AM EDT

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Previous Close186.90
Open185.88
Bid185.75 x 1800
Ask185.99 x 800
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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  • Inside Facebook's anti-sex trafficking hackathon
    TechCrunch19 hours ago

    Inside Facebook's anti-sex trafficking hackathon

    Tech giants put their rivalries aside for two days this week to code for a

  • Facebook is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings
    TechCrunch21 hours ago

    Facebook is asking users worldwide to review their privacy settings

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

  • Austrian data privacy activist takes aim at 'forced consent'
    Reuters19 minutes ago

    Austrian data privacy activist takes aim at 'forced consent'

    VIENNA/LONDON (Reuters) - As Europe's new privacy law took effect on Friday, one activist wasted no time in asserting the additional rights it gives people over the data that companies want to collect about them. Austrian Max Schrems filed complaints against Google, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, arguing they were acting illegally by forcing users to accept intrusive terms of service or lose access. "You have to have a 'yes or no' option," Schrems said in an interview recorded in Vienna before he filed the complaints in various European jurisdictions.

  • Reuters19 minutes ago

    Austrian data privacy activist takes aim at 'forced consent'

    VIENNA/LONDON (Reuters) - As Europe's new privacy law took effect on Friday, one activist wasted no time in asserting the additional rights it gives people over the data that companies want to collect about them. Austrian Max Schrems filed complaints against Google, Facebook, Instagram and WhatsApp, arguing they were acting illegally by forcing users to accept intrusive terms of service or lose access. "You have to have a 'yes or no' option," Schrems said in an interview recorded in Vienna before he filed the complaints in various European jurisdictions.

  • Investopedia24 minutes ago

    PayPal Climbs After Analyst Day

    The online payment systems company upgraded its guidance, hinted at share buybacks and unveiled several new growth strategies.

  • Financial Times2 hours ago

    [$$] Activist Max Schrems accuses Facebook and Google of GDPR breach

    Facebook and Google are breaking the new EU privacy rules that came into force on Friday, according to complaints filed by an activist who has already challenged Facebook in a privacy case and won. have filed four complaints under the General Data Protection Regulation — one against Facebook, one each against its subsidiaries Instagram and WhatsApp, and another against Google’s Android.

  • Activists Are Already Targeting Google and Facebook Over Europe’s New Data Privacy Law That Went Live Today
    Fortune3 hours ago

    Activists Are Already Targeting Google and Facebook Over Europe’s New Data Privacy Law That Went Live Today

    They've been hit with "forced consent" complaints on the law's first day.

  • The Wall Street Journal7 hours ago

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

    PARIS—French President Emmanuel Macron ratcheted up demands on U.S. tech giants Thursday by calling on them to embrace European regulations, ranging from taxation to privacy to artificial intelligence, because Washington is failing to do so. “The U.S. model is no longer sustainable because there is no political accountability,” Mr. Macron told at a tech conference in Paris just hours before Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg took the same stage. 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.

  • 2 Stocks I'd Never Buy, and 1 I'd Consider
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    2 Stocks I'd Never Buy, and 1 I'd Consider

    Shares of Facebook, Macy's, and Gaming & Leisure Properties have similarities, but only one is worth buying.

  • Forbes10 hours ago

    Facebook Wants Your Nude Photos; What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

    In a bid to wrap up the race for the Tin Ear of the Year Award before June 1, Facebook has begun asking its 2.2 billion users to discreetly share their indiscreet nude photos with the company. The plan, they say, is to train Facebook to block the images you don't ever want on Facebook, in cases such as revenge porn. The company is partnering with several third-party groups – such as the Cyber Civil Rights Initiative and the National Network to End Domestic Violence – to distribute  review forms to those who've had to deal with former sexual partners improperly posting their sensitive images.