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Ad revenue could accelerate as Instagram comes in line with Zuckerberg's business model.
Don't call it a comeback, it's done it this year.
Global stocks traded cautiously higher Tuesday, helping U.S. equity futures edge into positive territory, as markets in Asia re-opened for the week amid concerns over the fate of U.S. China trade talks, risings oil prices and steady increases in government bond yields.
Communications sector dipping on Facebook floundering.
The market is in no mood to give the benefit of the doubt to a stock acting as poorly as Facebook.
Facebook shares fall Tuesday after the social media group confirms the departure of the co-founders of its popular Instagram app.
Instagram's co-founders leaving may have little impact to near-term numbers, but it takes some shine off Facebook's crown jewel.
There's a lot of confusion and leadership changes going on right now in tech and we need answers.
U.S. stock futures rise Tuesday amid concerns over the fate of U.S.-China trade talks, rising oil prices and ahead of a two-day meeting of the Federal Reserve; Instagram's co-founders are stepping down; Starbucks plans layoffs at the top level of management.
Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP ("GPM") reminds investors of the September 25, 2018 deadline to file a lead plaintiff motion in the class action filed on behalf of investors that purchased Facebook, Inc.
Investors are looking for instant gratification these days.
Stocks slide from recent highs but with little volatility in the action.
Contractors developing PTSD from daily forced viewing of "depraved images"
S&P Dow Jones is overhauling the way it groups stocks into sectors, a move which will ease the influence of tech stocks in equity benchmarks and potentially unsettle the global ETF market.
Hardly anyone thinks of Amazon as an ad business -- but that could be changing. Amazon ads make up a growing share of the online ad industry, and Amazon is doubling down in grabbing market share from Facebook and Alphabet.
Both Washington and Beijing could gum up AAPL's global business model.
U.S. equity markets pushed to record highs this week despite increased trade tensions.
Facebook is still in a downward trend but the pace of the decline has slowed.
Volume will be huge -- and the movement in many stocks will seem quite random.
Jim Cramer says the fundamentals in the U.S. are good, and some stocks are still cheap. Keep calm and rally on.
The Dow Closed trading at a new record high, the first time it has set a new record since January 26.
For most of this year the market has been led by growth stocks.
There is little reason to think Tilray's stock won't soon be decimated. Meanwhile, Amazon will probably make a ton of money from stores without cashiers.
Big Tech returns to the hot seat with executives from Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and others facing Senate questioning on Sept. 26 covering compliance with privacy laws and how they each handle user data.
Jim Cramer asks if you can recognize when you're getting needlessly greedy? Play by the rules if you want to stay in the game for the long run.
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