Fed's interest rate hike drove stocks lower on Wednesday, as investors feared tightening monetary policy could considerably slow future growth. Will stock market indexes continue lower today?
George Tkaczuk talks about the earning gap-ups driving the technology sector higher along with other market industries.
U.S. stocks fluctuated, after the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index reached an all-time high last week and headed toward its biggest annual gain since 1997.
Facebook Inc. rose as much as 4.1% following an announcement that it will join the benchmark Standard & Poor’s 500 Index next week, cementing the social-networking company’s recovery from the turbulence that surrounded its initial public offering last year.
Facebook Inc.’s first-quarter sales topped estimates, a sign that Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is making headway in a drive to make more money from mobile ads.
Facebook Inc. reported a plunge in fourth-quarter profit on higher spending, even while it made long-awaited progress luring advertisers eager to reach mobile-device users.
Facebook Inc. Chief Executive Officer Mark Zuckerberg is reaping benefits of a deeper push into mobile advertising at the social network he founded almost a decade ago.
Facebook held its widely anticipated press event on Tuesday to show the press what it is working on, unveiling a new search service. The markets didn't seem impressed.
Facebook Inc. declined the most in more than five weeks on concern that employees will start selling their shares now that prohibitions on insider sales have ended.
Facebook Inc., the biggest social networking site, posted a record surge after reporting sales that topped analysts’ estimates, allaying concerns over its ability to make money from mobile ads.