FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
166.02
+2.96 (+1.82%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

166.52 +0.50 (0.30%)
Pre-Market: 4:18AM EDT

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Previous Close163.06
Open164.50
Bid166.45 x 3200
Ask166.70 x 2200
Day's Range164.47 - 166.44
52 Week Range149.02 - 218.62
Volume18,612,103
Avg. Volume25,764,879
Market Cap479.336B
Beta0.66
PE Ratio (TTM)25.69
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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  • Record highs — What you need to know in markets on Friday
    Yahoo Finance10 hours ago

    Record highs — What you need to know in markets on Friday

    A somewhat tame schedule faces investors on Friday, though record highs in the Dow and S&P 500 on Thursday as the U.S. stock market continues to outpace its global peers will be a major area of focus for investors to cap the week.

  • Our relationship with dating apps
    Yahoo Finance Video13 hours ago

    Our relationship with dating apps

    Yahoo Finance's JP Mangalindan interviews Elie Seidman, CEO of Tinder, about new competition from Facebook, the benefits of online dating, and which profiles get the most right swipes.

  • Coach signs Michael B. Jordan as its face of menswear
    Yahoo Finance17 hours ago

    Coach signs Michael B. Jordan as its face of menswear

    Coach is betting that celebrity millennial faces like Selena Gomez and Michael B. Jordan will attract younger customers to the legacy brand.

  • Facebook warned to amend ToS to fix EU consumer rights issues by year's end
    TechCrunch21 hours ago

    Facebook warned to amend ToS to fix EU consumer rights issues by year's end

    Facebook has been singled out for censure by the European Commission's head of consumer affairs who has warned she's running out of patience and said the company needs to make additional changes to its terms of service before the end of the year to bring them into line with the bloc's consumer rules. The Commission also said today that Airbnb has agreed to make additional changes to its ToS by December. The EU's executive body has been sounding off about tech and social media platforms' terms of service impinging on citizens' consumer rights for almost two years.

  • Facebook launches its new dating app, but how many people will really want to use it?
    The Telegraph3 hours ago

    Facebook launches its new dating app, but how many people will really want to use it?

    Facebook launches its new dating app, but how many people will really want to use it?

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters3 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • Developer wasted no time hooking fast-growing Facebook in the tech titan’s hometown
    American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    Developer wasted no time hooking fast-growing Facebook in the tech titan’s hometown

    Facebook's deal for approximately 700,000 square feet at Menlo Gateway — a partially finished office complex developed by Bohannon Development Co. — shows the social networking company is still bullish on its hometown.

  • Facebook stretches southward, signing 2018’s largest Silicon Valley lease
    American City Business Journals6 hours ago

    Facebook stretches southward, signing 2018’s largest Silicon Valley lease

    In May, Facebook signed a deal to take more than 1.05 million square feet in the still-under-construction Moffett Towers II development. Prolific San Francisco developer Jay Paul Co. is the mastermind behind the five-building development after building four other tall, glassy office projects in Moffett Park.

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters7 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns
    Reuters8 hours ago

    Facebook to drop on-site support for political campaigns

    Facebook Inc (FB.O) said on Thursday that it would no longer dispatch employees to the offices of political campaigns to offer support ahead of elections, as it did with U.S. President Donald Trump in the 2016 race. The company and other major online ad sellers including Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) have long offered free dedicated assistance to strengthen relationships with top advertisers such as presidential campaigns. Brad Parscale, who was Trump's online ads chief in 2016, last year called onsite "embeds" from Facebook crucial to the candidate's victory.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 hours ago

    [$$] EU Demands Facebook Update ‘Misleading’ Fine Print

    The European Union is ramping up pressure on Facebook Inc. to better spell out to consumers how their data is being used or face sanctions in several countries. Věra Jourová, the European Commissioner for Justice, Consumers and Gender Equality,  on Thursday warned the U.S. tech firm that if it doesn’t change its “misleading terms of service” by the end of the year, that she will call on consumer-protection authorities in EU countries to impose sanctions. A spokesman for Facebook said it has made changes to its terms based on regulators.

  • Facebook to Give Less Direct Support to Trump in 2020 Campaign
    Bloomberg10 hours ago

    Facebook to Give Less Direct Support to Trump in 2020 Campaign

    Facebook Inc. said that for future presidential campaigns, it will pull back from the kind of on-site support it gave Donald Trump for his 2016 presidential race -- a relationship that came under scrutiny by Congress. The company will still offer technical support and basic training to candidate campaigns and political advocacy organizations, but it won’t visit campaign headquarters with as much frequency or provide as much strategic support as it did for Trump ahead of the 2016 election. Instead, Facebook officials said they are working to improve the company’s political advertising website to give free advice to campaigns more equitably.

  • CNBC12 hours ago

    There will soon be a new way to play FANG stocks

    Facebook, Netflix and Alphabet, parent of Google, along with media and telecom companies, will become part of a new S&P Dow Jones industry sector for communications services, starting Monday. Analysts do not expect a big market move when the new sector is launched Monday to replace telecom, but the fact some FANG names are in the sector means other components, like media stocks could see more buying interest. Formation of the new sector could also result in a buying spree in tech, as money managers attempt to rebalance their holdings because of the loss of Alphabet and Facebook.

  • Facebook adds two more buildings to Prineville data centers
    American City Business Journals12 hours ago

    Facebook adds two more buildings to Prineville data centers

    Social media giant Facebook is adding to its Prineville footprint with two more buildings adjacent to its existing data center campus. This new construction brings the company’s total footprint to 3.2 million square feet in the Central Oregon city, the company said. According to reports earlier this year, Facebook has already invested $1 billion in Prineville.

  • TheStreet.com13 hours ago

    Closing Bell: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

    The S&P 500 also closed the day at a record high. The Dow rose 0.95%, or 251 points to 26,657, while the S&P 500 gained 0.78%, or 23 points to 2,931, and the Nasdaq rose 0.98%, or 78 points to 8,028. also joined the party, setting its own record as investors assessed the risk landscape amid rising bond yields and higher crude oil prices and looked past trade war worries.

  • InvestorPlace13 hours ago

    Has the Search for Internet Journalism Business Models Come to an End?

    Over 40 years ago, while at Northwestern’s Medill School, I insisted to my teachers that journalists would prosper in the coming online age. Today, 20 years later, the print news industry is dead, the broadcast news industry is moribund and the internet news industry still doesn’t have a business model. The business model of journalism is to aggregate groups of people based on their location, industry or lifestyle, then sell access to them at a premium price.