|Bid||178.63 x 100|
|Ask||178.64 x 1000|
|Day's range||177.25 - 179.16|
|52-week range||114.77 - 184.25|
|PE ratio (TTM)||34.61|
|Earnings date||30 Jan 2018 - 5 Feb 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||208.21|
WhatsApp has always said that it has no plans to put ads into its own app, but this is not stopping Facebook, which now owns WhatsApp, from figuring out other ways of monetizing the hugely popular messaging service.
Facebook today said it is shifting to a "local selling structure" in countries outside the U.S., in which its advertising revenue in that country will be recorded by their local company in the country. The change comes amid a period where there is increasing scrutiny over companies that have held offshore revenue, especially in Ireland, where the European Commission in October slammed Dublin for failing to collect unpaid taxes from Apple. "We believe that moving to a local selling structure will provide more transparency to governments and policy-makers around the world who have called for greater visibility over the revenue associated with locally supported sales in their countries," Facebook CFO Dave Wehner said in a blog post today.
Russian-based operatives placed three adverts on Facebook in the run-up to Britain's 2016 referendum on EU membership, spending just 97 cents to raise the issue of immigration, the social media platform said on Wednesday. Some British lawmakers have called for an inquiry into whether Russia meddled in Britain's vote to leave the EU after social media platforms said Russian operatives sought to interfere in the U.S. election of Donald Trump. Russia denies meddling in Brexit or the U.S. election.
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 13 (Reuters) - Russian-based operatives placed three adverts on Facebook (NasdaqGS: FB - news) in the run-up to Britain's 2016 referendum on EU membership, spending just 97 cents to raise the issue of immigration, the social media platform said on Wednesday. Some British lawmakers have called for an inquiry into whether Russia meddled in Britain's vote to leave the EU after social media platforms said Russian operatives sought to interfere in the U.S. election of Donald Trump. Russia denies meddling in Brexit or the U.S. election.
All French children under the age of 16 will have to seek parental approval to open an account on Facebook or any other social network under draft legislation presented on Wednesday. The requirement is part of a French bill that seeks to adapt data privacy regulations and improve access to the information internet companies gather, store and in many cases sell to other firms about people's online activity. "Joining Facebook will involve parental authorisation for minors aged under 16," Justice Minister Nicole Belloubet told reporters.
Research firm ABI defined the post-smartphone world as one where new, hands free interfaces such as voice are key.
Australia is examining the impact that Internet giants like Facebook and Alphabet’s Google could be having on the country’s media sector, Reuters reported.
Instagram has finally rolled out what should prove to be on of the most important updates to the platform since its inception. You can follow hashtags.
The social networking giant said the move was in response to pressure from governments and policy makers for greater visibility into sales made in their countries
Facebook plans to book more revenue in the countries where it sells ads, becoming the latest tech company to bow to pressure from nations to simplify its tax structure and potentially pay more income tax ...
Investors should pocket gains following the recent rally in equity market, according to JJ Kinahan of TD Ameritrade.
Tuesday marked a notable day for digital currency trade, which saw cryptocurrencies on an astounding tear, driven at least partially by what appears to be a wave of speculative interest in anything remotely ...
LONDON, Dec (Shanghai: 600875.SS - news) 13 (Reuters) - Social media companies should face prosecution for failing to remove racist and extremist material from their websites, according to a report by an influential committee. Prime Minister Theresa May's ethics watchdog recommends introducing laws to shift the liability for illegal content onto social media firms and calls for them to do more to take down intimidatory content. Social media companies currently do not have liability for the content on their sites, even when it is illegal, the report by the Committee on Standards in Public Life said.
NEW YORK (AP) — Some of Facebook's former friends are starting to express some serious doubts about the social network they helped create.