Facebook shares (FB) fell 66 cents, or 3%, to $21.28 early Wednesday, first day that many current and former employees were able to sell their shares. The "lockup" expired for 179 million employee Facebook shares Oct. 29. But since …
Although Facebook has been caught up in market’s volatility with its shares down about 5% in last month the social media networking service’s long-term success is, still, unrivaled among tech companies of this size. Mostly because …
Facebook recently proposed a plan to create a third class of stock, further cementing founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s control over the company. Facebook wants to make founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg even more powerful at the …
What do you call a company that keeps crushing expectations? Hint: it’s not a riddle. There is a very real answer to this question—it’s called Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB). Maybe you’ve heard of it? Facebook stock earnings report …
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) and Google parent Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) are used to battling in the war of online advertising, but this week the companies are also taking each other on in the earnings booth. Alphabet reported an …
Facebook and Twitter — the two social media giants locked in a battle of who’s more popular, has more users and makes the biggest innovations — are reporting less-than-stellar stock market performances. Quarterly results released this …
8.30am ET/1.30pm BST: Mark Zuckerberg will ring the bell for the opening of the Nasdaq stock market at 9.30am as he kicks off a share sale that will value the company at $104bn. We'll be live blogging the day's events here in New York, …
Facebook, specifically Fb stock, looks strong and appears to be getting stronger. According to Valuewalk, Fb stock is expected to rise after the earlier earnings report. Many expect the stock to be able to overcome the struggling …
Photo by Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images In its first year as a public company, Facebook saw its stock plummet, endured one privacy backlash after the next, and was generally assumed to have lost its mojo. Will Oremus Will …
Mark Zuckerberg is not in danger of losing his job, but that doesn't mean he can brush off recent criticism of his leadership. Facebook has had a rough first three months as a public company. The social network's stock has …
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