Facebook's Sandberg: No one knows how much impact coronavirus will have on marketing industry
"This is not going to business as usual, and the marketing industry is certainly going to see a real impact. I don't think anyone knows how big. So we're going to watch and look," Facebook COO Sher...
Facebook's new metrics show it's still a one-trick pony
Facebook on Wednesday reported its fourth-quarter earnings with a new metric, average revenue per person across its "family" of apps. It showed that the company still relies almost entirely on its ...
Google faces a new antitrust probe by 50 attorneys general
The news follows the announcement of a joint state Facebook probe led by the attorney general of New York.
Facebook's giving users a way to wipe their app and website history, which would affect how well it can target ads
The move comes as Facebook continues to grapple with its privacy practices and lawmakers' scrutiny over how it uses personal data to display ads. But it probably won't have much effect on Facebook'...
'Everybody wants to pull dollars away from Google and Facebook': Lessons from the world's largest ad conference
As well as expected themes, such as diversity and purpose the two major digital advertising platforms, Google and Facebook, came under scrutiny from the industry, and direct-to-consumer brands said...
If Facebook and Google don't fix their problems, advertising execs say they could go somewhere else
Ad executives at the annual Cannes Lions festival say Facebook and Google need to do more to clean up the content on their platforms.
Cramer: It's not too late to buy into Facebook, Apple, Amazon or Alphabet
Jim Cramer says the majority of FAANG, his acronym for the stocks of Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet, is still ripe for the picking.
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A judge dismissed lawsuits seeking to hold tech companies liable for San Bernardino shooting
A federal judge dismissed lawsuits against Facebook, Google and Twitter for letting content from the Islamic State spread on their platforms.