Under pressure from anti-violence groups, the social media site said it will remove illegal offers to sell firearms across state lines or without background checks.
The company is reportedly in talks to require a company in order to expand online access to areas that don't yet have it.
The share price is hovering around $200, and could go in either direction from here.
Advertisers spent more than $66 billion on television spots in 2013. Social networks would love to get a bigger slice of that pie.
The Internet search giant doesn't quite know what it wants to be when it grows up, and that leaves investors and analysts struggling to place a value on the stock.
'You can't have 2 stock markets at once,' the CNBC host says.
When investing in high-valuation technology companies, buy with your eyes open and a recognition of the risk you are taking on.
Given the changes that are taking place now, the stock has the fundamental basis it needs to continue to increase.
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Consumers are very status conscious in Asia, Africa and other emerging-market areas. This is especially true in China.
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