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We are waiting to see the whites of the bear's eyes.
It's time for Facebook to follow in the footsteps of companies like Microsoft, Alphabet and Oracle in breaking up the CEO and chairman roles, according to a call by several large investors. In light of Facebook's very bad year, the proposal could actually gain some steam -- even though CEO Mark Zuckerberg controls 60% of voting shares.
Facebook is setting up a 'war room' to combat false information and fake accounts used to sway opinions during elections.
More than anything else, I think their operating and gross margins will be the focus when they report Q3.
The best move for the social media giant might be to hire a capable CEO to deal with its current issues.
It's time for the central bank to show the same level of concern for their misplaced aggression.
U.S. stock futures decline after a hawkish set of minutes from last month's Federal Reserve meeting; American Express, PayPal and Travelers report earnings; Facebook believes hack was done by spammers, says a report; Novartis to buy Endocyte for $2.1 billion.
See what could still be wrong with Facebook. Caution on buying more FB might be well advised.
Jim Cramer evaluates the Federal Reserve's interest-rate moves and says it's right to stay focused on any form of inflation.
Amazon Prime is quickly taking over the market. But, what are the benefits of a membership?
The FAANG companies never stop reinventing themselves.
This group of five is resilient because the companies behind the acronym never stop reinventing themselves.
The chances that Zuckerberg loses his spot on the board are slim, however, due to his 60% control of Facebook's voting shares.
Facebook is a huge social media favorite, and for good reason, as it brings families and friends together in digital fashion. Enjoy the experience, but watch out for scammers lurking on Facebook, too.
Jim discusses today's market, how to treat an oversold rally, his conference last Saturday, and many stocks.
Netflix may belong in your portfolio, but Amazon may be better. See why.
Global fund managers are the most pessimistic on world economic growth since the financial crisis, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch's benchmark monthly survey, although most are holding equity positions even amid concerns that corporate profits will slow and activity will ease amid the ongoing U.S.-China trade war.
If the FAANG trade is dying, Netflix may not be a part of that. See why.
Will it be too painful to stick around while you wait for the Fed to change course?
Jim provides his market outlook, shares his view on the financials and the aerospace/defense industry and explains some of our selling disciplines.
As tariffs ripple across the economy, their impact on semiconductor stocks might be telling for the rest of tech.
See what actually happened in Facebook's latest user hack.
These stocks are pushing the tech sector higher on Friday.
Whether or not you've seen "The Social Network," you probably know that Mark Zuckerberg founded Facebook in 2004. But, what's the history of Facebook, and what's happening now?
Remember gang, we do these things in small increments... especially in a name like this.
This expert is bullish on consolidation.
The tech sector had a rough day of trading Wednesday, resulting in billions lost from the fortunes of some of the world's richest people.
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