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 …
With success, however, comes the chance of excessively high expectations. Facebook stock is up more than 32% on the year. While bulls are right that the company is firing on all cylinders, its stock is priced as such. Will FB continue to …
Shares of Facebook fell 5.2% Friday at the opening bell, as Wall Street reacted negatively to big changes CEO Mark Zuckerberg outlined for the social service’s News Feed. In a post Thursday evening, Zuckerberg said the social giant in …
Facebook shares fell around 5 percent on Friday following the news that the company would retool its News Feed to boost social interactions over stories from publishers. Mark Zuckerberg announced the news on Thursday evening in a post on …
Facebook's stock has disappointed investors who snapped up shares in the social networking company's May 18 IPO. Starting Thursday, company insiders are cleared to offload their stakes in the empire they built, or they can continue to …
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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 …
Don’t fall for it! The holidays are a time for believing, but the recent claim that Facebook creator Mark Zuckerberg is …
Whether it's a video clip of your friend's dog or a live stream of the presidential debates, you are likely watching more videos on Facebook than ever. And that means you're also more likely to see video ads. Facebook's latest strategy is to …
Here's something Facebook investors won't "like." Facebook stock slid to an all-time low of $18.75 Monday morning -- less than half the initial public offering price, following a disastrous performance last week -- and Mark Zuckerberg saw …