Parsing Facebook's incredibly bad week, with CNBC's Melissa Lee and the Options Action traders.
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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg lost $3 billion on Thursday, as Facebook's shares dropped more than 5.6 percent.
Jack Dorsey is not being pushed by Twitter's board to choose between the company and Square, sources told CNBC.
The big story in the October jobs report was the wage growth. Average hourly earnings posted a 2.8 percent annualized increase versus 2.6 percent in September.
Turkey has blocked access to several social media sites including Facebook and Twitter, according to an internet monitoring group.
Google on Thursday formally rejected EU antitrust charges.
Jim Cramer warned against one that that could trip up your portfolio’s earnings.
Jim Cramer highlighted three words that "trumped everything fantastic" on Facebook’s third-quarter conference call, and why investors should look past this.
"I think that emphasis, on top of what they've said before, is what really shook investors," said Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster.
They may look similar, but the two companies stack up differently in key areas such as users, infrastructure, advertising demand and leadership.
Stocks closed lower, with information technology led decliners, as concerns over the presidential election lingered.
Shares of Facebook declined 5 percent on Thursday after CFO David Wehner warned that ad revenue growth could slow in 2017.
The social media giant's slumping stock is a buying opportunity, say analysts.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst, and Ali Mogharabi, Morningstar analyst, discuss Facebook's earnings release and whether it makes sense for investors to get into the name now.
Using hedge fund analytics tool Kensho, CNBC PRO looked at the performance of Facebook after one-day earnings-related declines.
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CNBC's Julia Boorstin and Edmund Lee, Recode, weigh in on Facebook's growth and outlook following the company's Q3 earnings.
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Approximately 90 percent out of the 38 analysts covering Facebook have a buy rating on the shares, according to FactSet. We found one big bear.