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Andre Sequin, RBC Capital Markets analyst, and Victor Anthony, Topeka Capital Markets analyst, explain what the social networking company needs to do to gain investor confidence and Wall Street support. Also, CNBC's Gary Kaminsky weighs in with his take on Facebook.
As New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg cracks down on obesity and soda consumption, the franchise association this week jumped into the fray. What can businesses do to protect themselves?
Michael Pachter, Wedbush Securities, offers insight on Facebook's earnings results, highlighting its drastic slowdown in revenue growth after the bell yesterday.
The "Squawk on the Street" crew reports on all the market-moving stories; including a closer look at the latest GDP numbers; Facebook's first earnings report; Amazon's turnaround; and the slowdown in Starbucks' stock.
Take a look at some of Friday's morning movers:
David Lee, SV Angel co-founder and managing partner, explains why his company is focused on Internet, e-commerce and information tech markets, as the way people shop drastically changes.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports key executives at Facebook are focused on a shift to smartphones and the mobile world, but some investors are concerned about the strategy.
David Kirkpatrick, "The Facebook Effect" author, explains why he thinks Facebook would be better off if the company was private, but still "likes" the stock's long-term outlook.
Facebook's growth slowed in the second quarter as users shifted from web to mobile devices, reports CNBC's Julia Boorstin. Also, Ken Sena, Evercore Partners analyst, shares his concerns about the social networking company, but explains why he is hopeful Facebook will be able to improve its ad sponsored content.
A look at the U.S. markets ahead of the open, with CNBC's Kelly Evans, including Facebook, Barclays, and a slew of economic data.
As Facebook’s stock tumbled after hours on concerns about Facebook’s slowing growth, CEO Mark Zuckerberg, COO Sheryl Sandberg and CFO David Ebersman hosted an investor call in which they stressed the potential of mobile and social ads.
Andrew Tonner, Technology and Media Financial Editor, The Motley Fool says Facebook's results were not bad but investors want more guidance and clarity on the company's business roadmap.
Mark Harding, Analyst, JMP Securities says Facebook's quarterly earnings was in line with expectations. He says it remains to be seen how Facebook can monetize its mobile platform.
Pros drew many different conclusions from Facebook earnings, some good and some bad. But why does top trader Joe Terranova conclude results will force a FB smartphone?
Facebook met earnings’ forecasts but Wall Street expressed concerns about its future growth and was “a little irked” that the social-media company did not provide any guidance.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is answering questions at his company's first earnings conference call since going public.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin reports the latest details from Facebook's conference call.
Facebook hit Wall Street's bullseye on earnings and revenue was a slight beat but the stock fell below its all-time low of $25.52 a share in after-hours trading as worries about its future growth persist.
In its first earnings report as a public company Facebook’s results were right on target with non-GAAP earnings per share of 12 cents.
The Fast Money traders discuss the Facebook's Q2 earnings, and listen in on the company's conference call where CEO Mark Zuckerberg is speaking.