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Alphabet is worth 50% more if broken up, but not Facebook, analyst says

A man takes a photo of new Google products on display during the Google I/O conference at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mountain View, California on May 7, 2019.
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Not all FAANG stocks will survive and thrive in regulators' battle to breakup big tech, according to Needham.

Given an overall deceleration in growth for FAANG stocks and heightened regulatory scrutiny on big technology companies, Alphabet is better positioned than Facebook, the firm said.