Facebook Inc (FB)

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NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 127.96
Open 127.37
Day Low/High 126.80 / 128.16
52 Wk Low/High 72.00 / 122.20
Volume 15.04M
Avg Volume 19.60M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 2.87B
Market Cap 373.55B
EPS 1.30
P/E Ratio 62.24
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

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Snapchat's New Glasses Look Like a Gimmick, but Facebook Probably Isn't Laughing

Snapchat's New Glasses Look Like a Gimmick, but Facebook Probably Isn't Laughing

The messaging upstart's track record shows why its Spectacles video-recording sunglasses shouldn't be taken lightly, even if big questions remain.

Clinton vs. Trump: What's at Stake Tonight for NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and the Debates Themselves

Clinton vs. Trump: What's at Stake Tonight for NBC, Fox, ABC, CBS and the Debates Themselves

On the 56th anniversary of the Kennedy-Nixon debate, a showdown between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump shows fissures in the system

Facebook's (FB) Inflated Video Metrics Shouldn't Have Long-Term Impact

Facebook's (FB) Inflated Video Metrics Shouldn't Have Long-Term Impact

Facebook (FB) won't see any long-term impact from reporting that it miscalculated video metrics, according to Cowen & Company analyst John Blackledge

Medialink CEO Kassan Doesn't Think Video Metric Flap Will Hurt Facebook's (FB) Advertising Presence

Medialink CEO Kassan Doesn't Think Video Metric Flap Will Hurt Facebook's (FB) Advertising Presence

Medialink CEO Michael Kassan told CNBC Monday that Facebook won't see a decline in advertising after news emerged that it had erroneously inflated the time its users spent watching videos

Asking AAO About a Facebook Play

A reader asks about a call-spread risk-reversal we structured to take a bullish bet on the stock.

Facebook's (FB) Misrepresented Video Metrics May Have Affected Whole Media Space

Facebook's (FB) Misrepresented Video Metrics May Have Affected Whole Media Space

Facebook (FB) apologized last week for over-inflating its video metrics, but the damage may have already been done in the media space, according to CNBC's Andrew Sorkin.

Any Twitter Acquirer Could Be Taking a Flyer

Any Twitter Acquirer Could Be Taking a Flyer

Potential buyers should beware of the social media giant and its still-unproven business model.

Trader's Daily Notebook: There Is a Range That Bulls Must Defend

Trader's Daily Notebook: There Is a Range That Bulls Must Defend

Bears have not yet gained the right to be given the benefit of the doubt.

7 Big-Volume Stocks to Trade for Big Gains

7 Big-Volume Stocks to Trade for Big Gains

Here's a technical look at how to trade some of the most active stocks on the market.

How to Trade Tech Momentum With Apple, Google, Facebook -- Plus Jim Cramer's View

How to Trade Tech Momentum With Apple, Google, Facebook -- Plus Jim Cramer's View

Here's how to trade the top five names in tech.

How America Is Regaining Its Startup Mojo -- and Why It Matters

How America Is Regaining Its Startup Mojo -- and Why It Matters

More entrepreneurs are starting businesses, according to a recent report from the Kaufmann Foundation. It's great news, but there are still long-term concerns.

Why Facebook's Inflated Video Ad Numbers Aren't as Problematic as They Seem

Why Facebook's Inflated Video Ad Numbers Aren't as Problematic as They Seem

The social media giant admitted that it had been miscalculating the average duration of video viewed, but the impact may well be limited.

Why Google Needs Twitter More Than Salesforce -- and What Facebook Has to Do With It

Why Google Needs Twitter More Than Salesforce -- and What Facebook Has to Do With It

Google's Display Network can do more with Twitter's user data than Twitter can do on its own.

Facebook's Video Controversy Exposes a Larger Problem With its News Feed

Facebook's Video Controversy Exposes a Larger Problem With its News Feed

Facebook users struggling to keep up with their news feed content are often viewing video ads for mere moments. Getting them to watch longer will be tricky.

An Amazon Market; Long-Term Thinking; Victimized American Airlines: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

An Amazon Market; Long-Term Thinking; Victimized American Airlines: Jim Cramer's Best Blog

In this weeks blogs Cramer talks about Amazon should run a stock market, the profits one can get looking down the road and how American Airlines is being victimized.

Weekly Roundup

With the Fed decision behind it, the market focuses on earnings and oil. In the portfolio, we added to three positions and exited from one.

Facebook's Video Controversy Exposes a Larger Problem With its News Feed

Facebook's Video Controversy Exposes a Larger Problem With its News Feed

Facebook users struggling to keep up with their news feed content are often viewing video ads for mere moments. Getting them to watch longer will be tricky.

Can Market Bulls Cook on the Range?

Conditions seem fairly good for a return to a trading range.

Users 'Pay Something' to Use Facebook (FB), Professor of Law Says

Users 'Pay Something' to Use Facebook (FB), Professor of Law Says

Facebook (FB) makes users pay with their attention and personal information, said University of Memphis professor of law John Newman.

Fed Rally Slips Away as Crude Oil Slumps

Fed Rally Slips Away as Crude Oil Slumps

Stocks pull back on Friday as a relief rally over the Federal Reserve's reluctance to raise interest rates runs out of steam.

Stocks at Lows as Crude Slumps, Fed Rally Ends

Stocks at Lows as Crude Slumps, Fed Rally Ends

Stocks hold lower on Friday as a two-day relief rally over the Federal Reserve's patience on raising interest rates begins to deflate.

Facebook's (FB) Inflated Video Views Isn't a Serious Issue, RBC Capital Analyst Says

Facebook's (FB) Inflated Video Views Isn't a Serious Issue, RBC Capital Analyst Says

Facebook (FB) announced that it had inflated the average time users spent watching videos.

Twitter Stock Soars as Takeover Talk Intensifies

Twitter Stock Soars as Takeover Talk Intensifies

The micro-blogging site is soaring today after being beaten down for months. The reason? A new report suggests an acquisition might be in the works...

Trending Tickers: TWTR, FB, CRM

Trending Tickers: TWTR, FB, CRM

Twitter shares are up about 20% on acquisition rumors.

Today's Facebook (FB) News will Pass, Lebenthal Asset Management CEO Jim Lebenthal Says

Today's Facebook (FB) News will Pass, Lebenthal Asset Management CEO Jim Lebenthal Says

Facebook (FB) misrepresented video ad figures, but Lebenthal Asset Management CEO Jim Lebenthal says the one and a half billion users are what advertisers are going to focus on.

Aspen Institute CEO Isaacson Reacts to Facebook's (FB) Miscalculated Video Metrics

Aspen Institute CEO Isaacson Reacts to Facebook's (FB) Miscalculated Video Metrics

Aspen Institute CEO Walter Isaacson says advertisers may have opted to use Facebook (FB) over other sites because of misrepresented ad metrics on its videos.

Facebook (FB) Stock Slides, Executive Fischer Apologizes for Inflated Video Metrics

Facebook (FB) Stock Slides, Executive Fischer Apologizes for Inflated Video Metrics

Facebook's (FB) VP of business and marketing partnerships David Fischer apologized on Friday after the company announced it exaggerated advertisers' video metrics for two years.

Jim Cramer on Airbnb: Alphabet Is Making Smart Investments

Jim Cramer on Airbnb: Alphabet Is Making Smart Investments

Jim Cramer is pleased with Alphabet's investment in Airbnb and said its $30 billion valuation is totally possible.