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Facebook Inc

FB.O

Latest Trade

258.44USD

Change

-5.87(-2.22%)

Volume

8,153,515

Today's Range

257.74

 - 

266.94

52 Week Range

137.10

 - 

304.67

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Pricing

Previous Close
264.31
Open
262.30
Volume
8,153,515
3M AVG Volume
370.00
Today's High
266.94
Today's Low
257.74
52 Week High
304.67
52 Week Low
137.10
Shares Out (MIL)
2,847.67
Market Cap (MIL)
757,067.30
Forward P/E
23.43
Dividend (Yield %)
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Next Event

Facebook Inc at Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference (Virtual)

Latest Developments

更多

Seven West Media Partners With Facebook To Provide News Content

Facebook Says Expanding And Improving Its Climate Science Information Center

Facebook Says Will Restrict Publishers & People In Australia From Sharing Or Viewing Australian, International News Content

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About Facebook Inc

Facebook, Inc. is focused on building products that enable people to connect and share through mobile devices, personal computers and other surfaces. The Company's products include Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp and Oculus. Facebook enables people to connect, share, discover and communicate with each other on mobile devices and personal computers. Instagram enables people to take photos or videos, customize them with filter effects, and share them with friends and followers in a photo feed or send them directly to friends. Messenger allows communicating with people and businesses alike across a range of platforms and devices. WhatsApp Messenger is a messaging application that is used by people around the world and is available on a range of mobile platforms. Its Oculus virtual reality technology and content platform offers products that allow people to enter an interactive environment to play games, consume content and connect with others.

Industry

Computer Services

Contact Info

1601 Willow Rd

MENLO PARK, CA

94025-1452

United States

+1.650.6187714

https://www.facebook.com

Executive Leadership

Mark Zuckerberg

Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, Founder

David M. Wehner

Chief Financial Officer

Sheryl K. Sandberg

Chief Operating Officer, Director

Michael Todd Schroepfer

Chief Technology Officer

Jennifer G. Newstead

Vice President, General Counsel

Key Stats

1.79 mean rating - 52 analysts
Sell
Hold
Buy
Revenue (MM, USD)

2018

55.8K

2019

70.7K

2020

86.0K

2021(E)

107.4K
EPS (USD)

2018

7.570

2019

6.430

2020

10.090

2021(E)

11.351
Price To Earnings (TTM)
26.36
Price To Sales (TTM)
8.81
Price To Book (MRQ)
5.90
Price To Cash Flow (TTM)
21.02
Total Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.41
LT Debt To Equity (MRQ)
0.37
Return on Investment (TTM)
22.19
Return on Equity (TTM)
19.92

Latest News

Latest News

Facebook promotes value of personalized ads in new campaign

Facebook Inc on Thursday launched a campaign to explain to users how small businesses depend on personalized advertising, ahead of upcoming plans by Apple Inc to prompt iPhone users to allow apps to use their data for ads.

UPDATE 3-Australian parliament passes media reforms after last-ditch changes

* Both sides claim victory after last-minute amendments (Adds Facebook news ban to be lifted; paragraphs 4)

Justice Department gives judge big Google document request

The Justice Department asked the judge hearing its antitrust fight with Alphabet's Google for a huge list of documents from the search and advertising giant, including some about Facebook and Google's Chrome browser, according to a court filing on Wednesday.

Australian Parliament passes news media bargaining code

The Australian Parliament on Thursday passed the news media and digital platforms mandatory bargaining code that would make it compulsory for Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook Inc to pay media companies for content.

Facebook exploring potential news licensing agreements in Canada -source

Facebook Inc is exploring potential licensing agreements in the coming year with Canadian media outlets and expanding its investment in local journalism initiatives, a source familiar with the company's thinking said on Wednesday.

UPDATE 2-Facebook to invest $1 bln in news industry after Australia row

Facebook Inc on Wednesday pledged to invest at least $1 billion in the news industry over the next three years, days after a high-profile stand-off with the Australian government over paying news outlets for content.

UPDATE 4-Australia's antitrust chief claims victory after Facebook standoff

* Some politicians concerned changes bad for smaller publishers

Australian lawmakers expected to pass amendments to Facebook, Google law

Australian lawmakers are expected to approve amendments to landmark legislation to force Alphabet's Google and Facebook to pay media companies for news content, despite opposition from some minor political parties.

UPDATE 1-Facebook's oversight board has received appeal from 'user' in Trump ban case

Facebook Inc's oversight board has received a "user statement" for the case it is deciding about whether the social media company was right to indefinitely suspend former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts, a board spokeswoman confirmed on Tuesday.

Facebook's oversight board has received appeal from 'user' in Trump ban case

Facebook Inc's oversight board has received a "user statement" for the case it is deciding about whether the social media company was right to indefinitely suspend former President Donald Trump's Facebook and Instagram accounts, a board spokeswoman confirmed on Tuesday.

QUOTE BOX-Reaction to Facebook agreeing a concession deal with Australia on media bill

Facebook said on Tuesday it would restore Australian news pages after negotiating changes with the government to a proposed law that forces tech giants to pay for media content displayed on their platforms.

UPDATE 5-Facebook 'refriends' Australia after changes to media laws

* Facebook had blocked Australian users from viewing news content

QUOTE BOX-Reaction to Facebook agreeing a concession deal with Australia on media bill

Facebook said on Tuesday it would restore Australian news pages after negotiating changes with the government to a proposed law that forces tech giants to pay for media content displayed on their platforms.

FACTBOX-Australia, Facebook strike compromise deal in spat over media content

Facebook said on Tuesday it would restore Australian news pages after negotiating changes with the government to a proposed law that forces tech giants to pay for media content displayed on their platforms.

Australia a 'proxy battle' for world on news media code, says Treasurer

Australia has been a "proxy battle" for the world, Treasurer Josh Frydenberg said on Tuesday after announcing Facebook would restore news pages in the country following ammendments to a proposed law.

Australia says Facebook to restore pages after changes to landmark legislation

Facebook Inc will restore Australian news pages in the next few days after Canberra agreed to amend legislation that would force the social media giant to pay media companies for news content.

FACTBOX-Where Australia's landmark social media legislation stands

Australian lawmakers are expected to hold a final vote on Tuesday on whether to endorse landmark legislation that would force Facebook and Alphabet Inc's Google to pay news outlets for content.

UPDATE 1-Australia says no further Facebook, Google amendments as final vote nears

* Talks between tech giants and Australia yield no results (Updates to show senate begins debate on legislation, adds TV and PIX to slug)

Australian won't change planned content laws despite Facebook block - lawmaker

Australia will not change proposed laws that would make Alphabet Inc's Google and Facebook pay news outlets for content, a senior lawmaker said on Monday, despite vocal opposition from the Big Tech firms.

UPDATE 1-Facebook has 'tentatively friended' us again, Australia says

Facebook Inc is back at the negotiating table, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Saturday after the tech giant this week blocked news on its site in the country.

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