Comedian Jim Carrey announced that he is dumping his Facebook (FB) stock and deleting his fan page after claims the social media giant profited from Russian interference during the 2016 presidential election. Continue Reading Below …
Is Facebook's Stock Now The Next Apple?The S&P 500 index, Dow Jones industrial average and Nasdaq composite rebounded strongly last week, retaking …
NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- The typical way to buy stock in a publicly traded firm is to open a brokerage account and place an order. But for those who want to own just one ceremonial share of a company, there's an easier, if sometimes …
Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) is set to release its Q4 2017 earnings report on Wednesday after closing bell. Consensus pegs Facebook earnings at $1.95 per share on $12.5 billion in revenue. In the same quarter a year ago, the social …
The Facebook stock split date will be a major event, but it's received very little coverage from the mainstream media. We've been updating Money Morning followers regularly on Facebook Inc. (Nasdaq: FB) stock split news because we …
I have little doubt that Facebook is one of the most exciting and prosperous internet companies of the decade, if not the century Yet I question what the imminent but natural pullback in the company's growth pace might mean for shares in …
Video Streaming: Facebook is looking to steal revenue from YouTube and television by moving more towards video. Facebook is threatening television with its video streaming service, Live, and challenging YouTube by adding a video …
In pre-market tradings, Facebook's stock has gone down by about 4%. The company announced that it's making tweaks to its most important product, the News Feed, which will prioritise posts shared by friends over those of brands and …
Facebook has gone from investing loser to tech stock leader thanks to its huge growth in mobile users and ad sales. The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of Paul R. La Monica. Other than Time Warner, the parent of …
Facebook shares are melting down again on Tuesday, and though the rest of the stock market doesn't seem to care, it should: This episode will likely further cement Main Street's hatred and distrust of Wall Street. That's because the …