|Bid||140.83 x 900|
|Ask||140.87 x 900|
|Day's Range||138.26 - 141.77|
|52 Week Range||138.26 - 218.62|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||21.19|
|Earnings Date||Jan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||196.97|
Facebook is defending its handling of Russian meddling after an explosive new report alleged a shadow campaign to discredit critics. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan Howley and Dion Rabouin have details.
Whether you are trying to bring on a new client, get a job or close a deal, how do you convince someone to you're right.? Jack Nasher is a renown negotiator, business professor, and mentalist. He joins The Final Round to discuss his new book is: "Convinced!: How to Prove Your Competence & Win People Over."
Despite announcing that he would leave the company earlier this year, Facebook's top lawyer Colin Stretch will stay on as general counsel into 2019, according to Recode. The change of heart comes as Facebook is embroiled in yet another controversy following a bombshell report from the New York Times that documents the company's mishandling of a number of situations it has been faced with in the last two years. Facebook is currently dealing with several federal investigations into its data privacy practices stemming from the Cambridge Analytica scandal earlier this year.
No one wants to have a boring job, and companies are realizing the title has a lot to do with that. 40% of firms are now using catchier titles to attract talent. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, Dan Roberts, and Brian Brenberg, executive vice president and chair of business and finance at The King's College, discuss.
There’s certainly no love lost between the leaders of two of the most influential companies in the world.
A New York Times investigation took an in depth look at Facebook's handlings of past crises. Yahoo Finance's Julie Hyman, and Adam Shapiro discuss with The King's College professor Brian Brenberg and Eurasia Group President Ian Bremmer.
Facebook is facing calls to conduct an external investigation into its own lobbying and PR activities by an aide to billionaire George Soros. BuzzFeed reports that Michael Vachon, an advisor to the chairman at Soros Fund Management, made the call in a letter to friends and colleagues. The call follows an explosive investigation, published yesterday by the New York Times based on interviews with more than 50 sources on the company, which paints an ugly picture of how Facebook's leadership team responded to growing pressure over election interference, in the wake of the Kremlin ads scandal of 2016, including by engaging an external firm to lobby aggressively on its behalf.
Index trackers were in the firing line after some technology-focused exchange-traded funds were forced to ditch billions of dollars of Facebook Inc. and Alphabet Inc. in late September. Hedge funds were net sellers of both companies last quarter, data compiled by Bloomberg show, with the likes of Appaloosa Management and Viking Global Investors cutting stakes.
Shares of Facebook Inc. tumbled 2.8% toward a 19-month low Friday, as credibility issues continue to grow following criticism over how the social media giant handled Russian attempts to interfere with U.S. elections. The stock has now plunged 36% since closing at a record $217.50 on July 25, while the S&P 500 has lost 4.0% over the same time. Analyst Scott Devitt at Stifel Nicolaus said Facebook's troubles rebuilding credibility with politicians and regulators has spread to investors and employees, as the company is now under increasing scrutiny following "months of negative stock returns, complicated messaging and existential questions regarding Facebook's place in the world." He suggests a shake-up of top management should be considered, as many of Facebook's issues appears to have been exacerbated by "questionable" leadership decisions. "In our view, Facebook's board and management team could accelerate the credibility rebuild by considering making change(s) at the top of the organization," Devitt wrote in a note to clients.
Can Apple Survive Its Stagnating iPhone Unit Sales? The new MacBook Air laptop Apple (AAPL) launched late last month marked the company’s first full design upgrade of the product line since 2010. For Apple, this could translate to strong demand for the product among its upgrading customers.
Last month, Japan told Facebook (FB) to improve protection of its users’ personal data. The call from Japan came after Facebook disclosed a data breach that affected an estimated 29 million users. Japan was one of the countries that investigated the Cambridge Analytica incident, which affected around 87 million Facebook users including tens of thousands of users in Japan.
Doug Anmuth, J.P. Morgan internet analyst, explains his outlook on Facebook shares following a scathing The New York Times investigations into how the social media company handled several scandals.
Nov.16 -- Brian Wieser, senior analyst at Pivotal Research Group, examines the problems he sees plaguing Facebook Inc. and the potential for government regulation. He speaks with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."