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The social media titan's business is stronger than you think.The social media titan's business is stronger than you think.

Why Facebook Stock Surged to a New All-Time High Today | The Motley Fool

The top 100 advertisers on Facebook reduced their spending by more than $30 million in July. But the company still expects revenue to grow since many of its advertisers are small businesses.The top 100 advertisers on Facebook reduced their spending by more than $30 million in July. But the company still expects revenue to grow since many of its advertisers are small businesses.

Plus, Facebook's Q2 sales top estimates thanks to ads while Pinterest's sales lift as advertisers and users return.Plus, Facebook's Q2 sales top estimates thanks to ads while Pinterest's sales lift as advertisers and users return.

Earnings roundup: Google falls for the first time ever

Facebook Inc. shares rally in the extended session Thursday after the social-media giant blows past Wall Street estimates for the second quarter and...Facebook Inc. shares rally in the extended session Thursday after the social-media giant blows past Wall Street estimates for the second quarter and...

Facebook shares rally as quarterly results easily top Street view - MarketWatch

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The social media giant reported stellar quarterly earnings on Friday, and declined to break out boycott-specific impacts.The social media giant reported stellar quarterly earnings on Friday, and declined to break out boycott-specific impacts.

Facebook advertising boycott has little effect on company's financials - Business Insider

On Thursday, both tech giants reported results for recently ended quarter, with Facebook saying it made a profit of $5.2 billion on $18.7 billion in revenue, while Apple also shattered analyst expectations.On Thursday, both tech giants reported results for recently ended quarter, with Facebook saying it made a profit of $5.2 billion on $18.7 billion in revenue, while Apple also shattered analyst expectations.

Facebook and Apple both report 11% growth during pandemic | Daily Mail Online

Wall Street argues that the results demonstrate the company’s ongoing value, despite numerous headwinds. Wall Street argues that the results demonstrate the company’s ongoing value, despite numerous headwinds.

Facebook Stock Jumps on Upbeat Earnings - Barron's

Facebook reported that its quarterly profit had nearly doubled, and users grew despite a boycott by advertisers and the pandemic-induced economic turmoil. He said that the number of people using Facebook’s overall family of apps each month topped three billion.Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said, “This was a strong quarter for us, especially compared to what we expected at the start.”

Facebook Q2 Profit Nearly Doubles as Monthly Active Users Top 3 Billion | Technology News

Despite a reported 1,000 advertisers taking ads off the platform, including major names, Facebook largely shrugged in the face of this boycott.Despite a reported 1,000 advertisers taking ads off the platform, including major names, Facebook largely shrugged in the face of this boycott.

Facebook Ad Boycott Ends; What Did it Accomplish? | Digital Trends

Facebook reported Thursday that its quarterly profit had nearly doubled and users grew despite a boycott by advertisers and the pandemic-induced economic turmoil. The leading social network said it made a profit of $5.2 billion on $18.7 billion in revenue in the recently ended quarter, as the number of people using the platform monthly rose […]

Facebook quarterly profit rockets despite ad boycott, pandemic | Inquirer Business

Facebook had a slow quarter but there was a feeling of triumph emanating from the social networking giant. In the context of one of the worst economic periods of modern times, its 11% revenue growth gave it plenty to cheer. It may just catch the attention of a vigilant congress probing tech monopolies, however. Facebook had a slow quarter but there was a feeling of triumph emanating from the social networking giant. In the context of one of the worst economic periods of modern times, its 11% revenue growth gave it plenty to cheer. It may just catch the attention of a vigilant congress probing tech monopolies, however.

Despite ad boycott, monopoly probe and a pandemic, Facebook revenue grows 11% | The Drum

Organizers say that while some advertisers are returning to the platform, they will continue to push for change.

Facebook ad boycott won't formally extend, though some companies press on - POLITICO

Facebook shares jumped 7% in extended trading after the world's biggest social network posted revenue growth of 11%, its slowest ever but still far above analysts' expectations of 3%, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. Ad sales, which contribute nearly all of Facebook's revenue, roseFacebook shares jumped 7% in extended trading after the world's biggest social network posted revenue growth of 11%, its slowest ever but still far above analysts' expectations of 3%, according to IBES data from Refinitiv. Ad sales, which contribute nearly all of Facebook's revenue, rose

Facebook smashes revenue estimates amid pandemic, forecasts ad growth

Despite over 1,000 big name advertisers boycotting Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg's advertising business is doing just fine.It's supposedly all thanks to Mark Zuckerberg's favorite phrase: small businesses.

Facebook boasts that ad boycott won't make a dent

Facebook smashed analysts' expectations for the second quarter, reporting a rise in users and revenue despite growing criticism and headwinds.Facebook smashed analysts' expectations for the second quarter, reporting a rise in users and revenue despite growing criticism and headwinds.

Facebook crushes Q2 expectations despite rising scrutiny of its services and coronavirus concerns – Fortune

Facebook Inc. powered through the throes of the pandemic, as the social-media giant posted higher revenue thanks to increased engagement from users.Facebook Inc. powered through the throes of the pandemic, as the social-media giant posted higher revenue thanks to increased engagement from users.

Facebook said it counts 3.14 billion monthly users across its family of apps, compared to 2.99 billion in the previous quarter.Facebook said it counts 3.14 billion monthly users across its family of apps, compared to 2.99 billion in the previous quarter.

Facebook Smashes Q2 Estimates as it Reports 11% Revenue Growth Amid Covid-19 Crisis

The headwinds of Covid-19’s economic impact in the second quarter were strong enough to even slow down ad-funded tech giants.The headwinds of Covid-19’s economic impact in the second quarter were strong enough to even slow down ad-funded tech giants.

Facebook Reports Slower Q2 Advertising Growth While Google Reveals A Rare Revenue Decline

The high-profile advertising boycott that saw companies like Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lego pull ads off Facebook hasn’t impacted on company revenue, as earnings reveal an 11 per cent rise in the last quarter.The high-profile advertising boycott that saw companies like Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lego pull ads off Facebook hasn’t impacted on company revenue, as earnings reveal an 11 per cent rise in the last quarter.

Facebook revenue increases 11 per cent despite advertising boycott

The high-profile advertising boycott that saw companies like Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lego pull ads off Facebook hasn’t impacted on company revenue, as earnings reveal an 11 per cent rise in the last quarter.The high-profile advertising boycott that saw companies like Coca-Cola, Unilever and Lego pull ads off Facebook hasn’t impacted on company revenue, as earnings reveal an 11 per cent rise in the last quarter.

Facebook revenue increases 11 per cent despite advertising boycott

Facebook's business and user growth remained strong amid the coronavirus pandemic as the social media giant reported its second-quarter financial results, which lifted its stock price in after-market trading.Facebook's business and user growth remained strong amid the coronavirus pandemic as the social media giant reported its second-quarter financial results, which lifted its stock price in after-market trading.

Facebook Tops 2.7 Billion Monthly Active Users in Latest Quarter | Billboard

Businesses used Facebook's digital advertising tools to tap a surge in online traffic during the coronavirus pandemic.Businesses used Facebook's digital advertising tools to tap a surge in online traffic during the coronavirus pandemic.

Facebook's quarterly earnings, user growth beat expectations | News | Al Jazeera

Official site of The Week Magazine, offering commentary and analysis of the day's breaking news and current events as well as arts, entertainment, people and gossip, and political cartoons. Pretty much every business suffered in 2020's second financial quarter. Well, except Facebook. The COVID-19 pandemic had a devastating effect on the U.S. GDP, pushing it down 9.5 percent from the first quarter and 32.9 percent from the year before. But Facebook's revenue still grew 11 percent from Q1 to Q2, beating economists' expectations, the company revealed Thursday. Facebook's 11 percent revenue growth is the smallest quarterly growth it has seen since it became a public company. Previously, its first quarter growth of 18 percent was its smallest. But on average, analysts only expected Facebook's revenue to grow to $17.3 billion in Q2, making its $18.6 billion reality a win, Bloomberg notes. Facebook's profit growth of $5.18 billion also meant shareholders made out well with a $1.80 gain per share, beating estimates of $1.39. The growth came even though Facebook started facing a major advertiser boycott in July. Coca-Cola, Starbucks, Unilever, and other huge companies stopped buying ads on Facebook and other social media sites over their failure to appropriately combat hate speech on their platforms. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg appeared before Congress on Wednesday for an anti-trust hearing, where he faced questions about how the company's digital ad model contributed to the decline of local news, and also Twitter, for some reason. Kathryn Krawczyk

Facebook beats 2nd quarter revenue expectations even as ad industry struggles

Facebook on Thursday reported an 11 percent increase in revenue during the second quarter of 2020, even as the company weathers a deteriorating economy brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Facebook on Thursday reported an 11 percent increase in revenue during the second quarter of 2020, even as the company weathers a deteriorating economy brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Facebook reports 11 percent revenue growth as usage surges amid pandemic | TheHill

Facebook on Thursday reported an 11 percent increase in revenue during the second quarter of 2020, even as the company weathers a deteriorating economy brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. Facebook on Thursday reported an 11 percent increase in revenue during the second quarter of 2020, even as the company weathers a deteriorating economy brought on by the coronavirus pandemic. 

Facebook reports 11 percent revenue growth as usage surges amid pandemic | TheHill

Facebook gave its quartely earnings report on Thursday. CEO Mark Zuckerberg saidFacebook gave its quartely earnings report on Thursday. CEO Mark Zuckerberg said

Facebook's business is doing fine despite advertising boycott

Growth was driven by small and medium-sized businesses around the world.Growth was driven by small and medium-sized businesses around the world.

Facebook revenue grows despite pandemic - AdNews

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Facebook made more than $18 billion in ad revenue, despite a massive boycott.Facebook made more than $18 billion in ad revenue, despite a massive boycott.

The recent ad boycott hasn't slowed down Facebook | Engadget

Facebook reported strong earnings for the second quarter of 2020, exceeding consensus expectations on top-line and -bottom-line metricsFacebook reported strong earnings for the second quarter of 2020, exceeding consensus expectations on top-line and -bottom-line metrics

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Q2 2020 Earnings – A Strong Performance Driven by Strength in Ad Revenue

Facebook reported strong earnings for the second quarter of 2020, exceeding consensus expectations on top-line and -bottom-line metricsFacebook reported strong earnings for the second quarter of 2020, exceeding consensus expectations on top-line and -bottom-line metrics

Facebook (NASDAQ: FB) Q2 2020 Earnings – A Strong Performance Driven by Strength in Ad Revenue

Facebook Inc beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Thursday, as more businesses used its digital advertising tools to tap a surge in ...Facebook Inc beat analysts' estimates for quarterly revenue on Thursday, as more businesses used its digital advertising tools to tap a surge in ...

Facebook beats estimates for quarterly revenue, user growth - CNA

More people at home means more people on Facebook. The company said 3.14 billion people are now using its Instagram, WhatsApp, and other products.More people at home means more people on Facebook.

Facebook usage and revenue continue to grow as the pandemic rages on - The Verge

Social network delivers second-quarter results that show advertising strength despite COVID and protests.Social network delivers second-quarter results that show advertising strength despite COVID and protests.

Facebook reports 10 percent ad growth and says it saw a similar spike during boycott | Ad Age

Facebook (FB) earnings for the social media company's second quarter of 2020 have FB stock on the rise after-hours Thursday.Facebook (FB) earnings for the social media company's second quarter of 2020 have FB stock on the rise after-hours Thursday.

Facebook Earnings: FB Stock Soars 8% on Massive Q2 Beats | InvestorPlace

Facebook's business and user growth remained strong as the social media giant reported its second quarter financial results, which lifted its stock price in after-market trading.The social media giant saw profits and revenue beat market expectations as it faces uncertainty from the pandemic and an advertiser backlash.

Facebook Second Quarter Earnings Rise Amid Continued User Growth | Hollywood Reporter

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Shares of Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) traded higher by more than 8% after reporting second-quarter results. Q2 Review: Facebook said it earned ...Shares of Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) traded higher by more than 8% after reporting second-quarter results. Q2 Review: Facebook said it earned $1.80 per share in the...

Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) - Facebook Surges After Big Q2 Earnings Beat, 12% User Growth | Benzinga

Facebook topped Wall Street's revenue and earnings expectations when it posted its second quarter financial report on Thursday afternoon,Facebook topped Wall Street's revenue and earnings expectations when it posted its second quarter financial report on Thursday afternoon,

Facebook Hits 2.7 Billion Users, Tops Wall Street's Q2 Revenue Estimates

Organizers of a Facebook Inc advertising boycott said on Thursday the campaign would "not go away" until their concerns were addressed and they would ask advertisers in Europe to join their cause.Organizers of a Facebook Inc advertising boycott said on Thursday the campaign would "not go away" until their concerns were addressed and they would ask advertisers in Europe to join their cause.

Facebook ad boycott organizers ask European firms to join campaign - Reuters

Stop Hate for Profit ready to declare a success, and brands can return to social network, but some won't just yet.Stop Hate for Profit ready to declare a success, and brands can return to social network, but some won't just yet.

Where brands now stand on Facebook boycott: The North Face returns but Coke, Chipotle and Eddie Bauer stay away | Ad Age

Facebook Beats Street On Q2 Sales, Earnings; Hits 2.7 Billion UsersFacebook Beats Street On Q2 Sales, Earnings; Hits 2.7 Billion Users

Facebook Beats Street On Q2 Sales, Earnings; Hits 2.7 Billion Users – Deadline