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Rosen Law Firm, a global investor rights law firm, announces the filing of a class action lawsuit on behalf of purchasers of the securities of Facebook, Inc.
The beaten down biotech sector may offer more opportunities in this newly volatile market environment.
The shareholder rights lawyers at Goldman Scarlato & Penny have launched an investigation of Facebook, on behalf of its shareholders, in the wake of media reports and Congressional inquiries about alleged improper data...
TheStreet's founder and Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer said Facebook doesn't think it did anything wrong with the data woes, but that doesn't matter.
The company's shares have been tanking amid widespread calls for Zuckerberg to break his silence on the news that as many as 50 million Facebook users might have had their data used improperly by a political research organization.
Bring your A-game in these markets or go home. Just keeping it real. Here is what you need to know on Tuesday.
Facebook's investors have had a terrible start to the week as the Cambridge Analytica situation spirals out of control. Should investors buy more Facebook at a cheaper price or head for the hills? Watch TheStreet's Kinsey Grant and Brian Sozzi debate for 30 seconds.
The markets put in a mixed day of results ahead of Jerome Powell's first press conference as Fed chairman on Wednesday.
The Dow jumped on Tuesday amid sharp declines for Facebook and Oracle.
Selective stock picking continues to be rewarded but the key word here is 'selective'.
Oracle shares fall sharply Tuesday after the business software group posts weaker-than-expected sales for its fiscal third quarter as revenue from its newly developed cloud computing division misses Wall Street forecasts.
Are people really this unaware of the age in which we live?
Facebook's data woes are more of a public relations issue than a fundamental issue, according to one expert.
The hashtag '#DeleteFacebook' has been trending on social media.
Fund managers are growing increasing concerned over the potential for a global trade war, but are still holding on to bullish positions in bank and tech stocks, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey.
We are still looking for opportunities where we can prune positions to raise funds when appropriate.
Stock prices are looking a little wobbly right now, is there another correction coming? Meanwhile, Facebook remains a disaster.
Charts say Apple, Nvidia and other key tech stocks are still on trend.
Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg must act quickly to address the Cambridge Analytica situation or he risks losing investor support. Investors try to battle back from Monday's market rout.
The utility-like nature of Facebook's core services could limit the fallout from its latest controversy. But it's worth paying close attention to how lawmakers and regulators respond.
There is concern that the character of the market is shifting and that struggles lie ahead.
U.S. stock futures turn higher on Tuesday, following a sharp selloff during the previous session.
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