FB - Facebook, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
137.42
-2.21 (-1.58%)
At close: 4:00PM EST
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Previous Close139.63
Open139.25
Bid137.82 x 200
Ask138.10 x 900
Day's Range136.66 - 140.87
52 Week Range126.85 - 218.62
Volume21,159,956
Avg. Volume25,282,115
Market Cap394.916B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.62
PE Ratio (TTM)20.71
EPS (TTM)6.64
Earnings DateJan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est194.05
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  • The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor
    Yahoo Finance57 minutes ago

    The 19 best big companies to work for in 2019, according to Glassdoor

    Employer review website Glassdoor released its annual “Best Places to Work” report, consisting of the top 100 large companies to work for going into 2019.

  • Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering
    IPO-Edge.com2 months ago

    Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering

    Facebook’s Instagram Blocks Promotion of IPO Edge Article on Vox Utility Token Offering By John Jannarone When it comes to cryptocurrency, Facebook appears to believe that ignorance is bliss. Last week, IPO Edge published an analysis of an upcoming offering of security tokens designed to fund the growth of an existing Internet telephone and messaging […]

  • Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering
    IPO Edge2 months ago

    Facebook Censors Journalistic Coverage of Cryptocurrency Offering

    Facebook’s Instagram Blocks Promotion of IPO Edge Article on Vox Utility Token Offering By John Jannarone When it comes to cryptocurrency, Facebook appears to believe that ignorance is bliss. Last week, IPO Edge published an analysis of an upcoming offering of security tokens designed to fund the growth of an existing Internet telephone and messaging […]

  • Facebook gave companies access to user data even after it said it wouldn’t
    Quartz4 days ago

    Facebook gave companies access to user data even after it said it wouldn’t

    A UK parliamentary committee released a cache of documents today (Dec. 5) that reveal that Facebook had considered charging developers for user data. They also show that the when considering giving access to data to partners, it favored some companies, while shutting off the access for competitors. The documents, which include internal emails and memos…

  • The 100 best places to work in 2019, according to Glassdoor
    Quartz5 days ago

    The 100 best places to work in 2019, according to Glassdoor

    Last year, Facebook was No. 1 on the job site Glassdoor's list of the best places to work. This year, it dropped to number seven. The lesson: Employees don't like it when you share the personal data of 87 million users with Cambridge Analytica, enable human rights abuses in Myanmar, and get accused by former…

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Facebook Employees Are Miserable; Here's Why Investors Need to Pay Attention

    This time around, it was a document dump released by the U.K. Parliament detailing how Facebook bartered with partners for user data, and other practices such as tracking call logs of Android users. The emails, which came courtesy of a lawsuit filed against Facebook by app developer Six4Three, are just more color for Facebook's image as a reckless steward of the vast amounts of personal data it harvests from its users. Blind, an anonymous message board for tech workers, reported in a survey of Facebook employees that 37% felt "depressed." Reports quoting current and former employees point to a schism between loyalists to Facebook's leadership and those calling for more changes.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    7 Bold Tech Stock Predictions for 2019

    Get ready for a wild 2019 for tech stocks and the FAANG names in particular. Last year, he accurately predicted that Amazon would choose the Washington, DC area for one of its HQ2 locations, arguing that would clearly be the choice of CEO Jeff Bezos, who has a house nearby and owns the Washington Post. On Monday, Galloway made roughly 19 predictions and recommendations about the tech industry in 2019, although not all of them were about tech stocks specifically.

  • CNBC6 hours ago

    Actor Edward Norton is trying to change how the TV industry measures viewership

    Norton joined with poet Daniel Nadler and Facebook investor Jim Breyer in starting and financing EDO. The company is bringing advanced data analytics to the movie and TV industry to make them efficient in a world increasingly controlled by Netflix and Amazon. During Edward Norton's long acting career, the Golden Globe Award winner has enjoyed a side gig backing tech start-ups like Uber, data analytics firm Kenso and crowdfunding site CrowdRise.

  • TheStreet.comyesterday

    Facebook Could See More Volatility -- How to Own the Stock

    Not many would argue that Facebook could possibly be a good long-term hold. Here's the question: how much can you stomach the negative news cycle on the tech behemoth?

  • Since nobody else wants them, Facebook is buying back its own shares by the billions
    Quartzyesterday

    Since nobody else wants them, Facebook is buying back its own shares by the billions

    Facebook's board of directors approved a plan this week to buy back an extra $9 billion of the company's stock. This is on top of a $15 billion share repurchase program launched last year. This chart pretty much sums up the renewed push to prop up the company's stock price: The social media giant's shares…

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Facebook Always Meant Business

    At the time, Mr. Zuckerberg was leading a newly public company already fetching a market value of around $50 billion—already more than many of the media and technology businesses he was in the process of displacing. Increase it he did.

  • MarketWatchyesterday

    Facebook plans to spend $9 billion more on stock buybacks

    Facebook Inc. has freed up another $9 billion for share repurchases, adding to $15 billion it had previously authorized to buy back its own stock. According to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the social-media giant's board approved the increased amount on Thursday, adding to a program that began in 2017. Share repurchases have been a popular way for companies to spend the extra profit received from the tax cuts enacted earlier this year, and Goldman Sachs has predicted that buybacks will hit $1 trillion this year. Facebook stock has struggled in 2018 amid a bevy of controversies, with shares declining 22.1% so far this year as the S&P 500 index has gained 0.8%.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Limiting Screen Time for Your Kid Is Harder Than It Sounds

    The goal should be to help kids learn to manage their own time as they get older and to stay physically active and socially connected.