|Bid||159.09 x 100|
|Ask||159.10 x 2000|
|Day's Range||159.03 - 167.10|
|52 Week Range||137.60 - 195.32|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||29.57|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Facebook's week from hell. The stock off more than 10%. Hitting FANG where it hurts. And it's not over. The Senate commerce committee just this afternoon calling for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify about the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
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Mark Zuckerberg would like everyone to calm down. After several days of a heated public outcry over a British political consulting firm’s use of data from millions of Facebook users to help elect President Trump, the Facebook CEO said on Wednesday that the social media behemoth had a technical solution in place. In an interview with CNN, a contrite Zuckerberg vowed to mount “a full investigation” of thousands of apps with access to wide swaths of data “before we locked down our platform in 2014.” He said he was open to testifying before Congress, and some form of regulation.
It’s too late to submit a shareholder proposal for Facebook’s June annual meeting, but you can expect a deluge of criticism following the revelation that Cambridge Analytica improperly shared data from millions of Facebook profiles—and some surprising support for two proposals that predate the current scandal and might have otherwise languished. The first, from fund manager Trillium Asset Management, asks Facebook (FB) to establish a risk oversight committee at the board level. Facebook’s failure to protect user data shows the company “needs to build a system for meaningful oversight into its DNA, and avoid the constant, reactive, whack-a-mole approach we’ve seen,” says Jonas Kron, senior vice president at Trillium, which oversees $2.5 billion in sustainable investments.
Volatility in U.S. equity markets this year is pushing investors not only to invest in stocks abroad, but also to commit their money to an even more foreign place: the hands of stockpickers rather than index funds. A near decade of gains in U.S. stock prices has left investors on edge about the prospect that anything could end the party, including the prospect of interest rate rises under new Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell or a misstep by one of the market's darlings. For instance, the 9.2 percent two-day slide of Facebook Inc (FB.O) earlier this week, which wiped out $50 billion in its market capitalization, underscored the risks to market leaders in the technology sector after the social media company faced questions from regulators and politicians about how its users' personal data was mined by a political consultancy hired by Donald Trump's presidential campaign.