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Last Trade Price: 150.58
Last Trade Date: "6/27/2017"
Last Trade Time:"4:00pm"
Change and % Change:"-3.01 - -1.96%"
Volume: 19360766
Day's High:153.31
Day's Low:150.39
52 Week Range: "108.23 - 155.59"




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The E.T. Economy: Disruptive Technology and the Behavior of Shopping
0 30 Disruptive Technology and New Shopping Behavior 2 10 Google Facebook and Alibaba Making Waves in the News 8 30 Facebook Ads Creating a Revolution For Small Business 10 00 The E T Economy It s All About Consumer Experience 15

The Next Facebook Inc (FB) Stock Driver? Small Businesses.
InvestorPlace Stock Market News Stock Advice amp Trading Tips We ve heard a lot recently about technology replacing jobs in America Well Facebook Inc NASDAQ FB COO Sheryl Sandberg believes her company has a responsibility to boost employment in America 160 Her

Facebook, Inc. Hits 2 Billion Users -- But It Won't Stop There
Social network Facebook NASDAQ FB hit a major milestone Tuesday as its monthly active users crossed 2 billion The achievement comes over five years after Facebook hit 1 billion users and it highlights the social network s persistent strong growth in its user base At 2

Facebook Has Reached 2 Billion Monthly Active Users
On Tuesday Mark Zuckerberg CEO of social media giant Facebook FB announced that the company has crossed 2 billion monthly active users MAUs up from its 1 94 billion users Facebook reported in its most recent earnings report in May Putting this into perspective there s about 7 34

Facebook Hits 2 Billion Users
About 25 of the world s population is now logging into Facebook NASDAQ FB at least once a month Crossing 2 billion monthly active users MAUs should come as no surprise as Facebook was already on the threshold at the end of the first quarter when it had 1 94 billion MAUs

Close Update: Wall Street Dented By Tech Selloff, Health Care Vote Delay
Wall Street extended its losses through the session and closed in the red with stronger oil prices unable to counter a selloff in tech stocks that sent the Nasdaq Composite weaker for a second consecutive day Wall Street extended its losses through the session and closed in the red