Investors are now more worried that the professional social network may be moving into a future with less robust expansion.
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Photos of You will make it easier to add people and things to photos and could be the first sign the acquisition will pay off for Facebook.
Plenty of positive metrics -- and strong business momentum -- overcame a miss on EPS, propelling the stock upward.
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In this installment of Investor Beat: Shares of the social networking giant rise on better-than-expected mobile ad revenue. But what's the company's next move?
Stocks recovered just about all of Wednesday's losses. But the big drama comes Friday when the government issues its April jobs report. A bad report could hurt the market.
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