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Facebook popped 15 percent on Q3 earnings. The "Fast Money" traders take their positions.
What can take Facebook even higher? Bob Peck of SunTrust Robinson Humphrey, dissects the social media company's earnings data.
Facebook delivered stronger than expected mobile results, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Mobile accounts for 49 percent of the social media company's ad revenue.
Facebook has a blowout quarter, with better-than-expected earnings and revenue, reports CNBC's Brian Sullivan.
Check out which companies are making headlines after the bell Wednesday:
The networking giant reported quarterly earnings and revenue that beat market expectations on Tuesday.
Facebook is testing software that would greatly increase how much data it can collect, including tracking a user's cursors.
You may not realize it, but the apps on your smartphone may be collecting a lot of really personal data about you.
Wall Street no longer has a monopoly on bright young things coming out of college. Now it has to compete with tech companies.
Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny said Ireland's attractive tax regime was "one element" behind tech giants like Google and Facebook locating there.
Scott Kessler, S&P Capital IQ analyst, provides a preview of the social media company's third quarter results, as experts keep a careful watch on mobile ads and competition with Twitter.
Stocks finished near session highs Tuesday, with the S&P 500 touching a fresh high and the Dow within 50 points of an all-time record, as investors looked ahead to the Federal Reserve's announcement.
The smartphone maker and the social giant met last week to gauge interest in a potential bid, reported The Wall Street Journal.
Facebook has impressed Wall Street with its revenue, but an influential tech consultant says it's now blind to a simple fact: it lacks an ad strategy.
Analysts expect the company to increase its revenue 51 percent to $1.91 billion, while its earnings-per-share are projected to grow 54 percent to 18 cents.
As Twitter prepares for its IPO, it’s a good guess that at least a few admin assistants are shopping for San Francisco lofts or sports cars.
Facebook is doing more to disconnect than connect brands to their customers, according to a damning new report on the social media site.
Sure, some things went wrong with Facebook's IPO, but it might provide a strong model for Twitter.
Shares of Facebook slid just before its earnings data comes out Wednesday. "Fast Money" trader Pete Najarian says he still very bullish on Facebook through options.
Just what kind of impact is the company's mobile growth having?