|会社名||Facebook Inc （フェイスブック）|
|業種||インタ―ネットサ―ビス IT・通信 （IT & Communications）|
|概要||事業概要 フェイスブック(Facebook Inc)はモバイル・デバイス及びパソコンを使用して連絡・共有できるようにする製品を開発する。同社の製品はFacebook、Instagram、Messenger、WhatsApp及びOculusを含む。Facebookは人々がモバイル・デバイス及びパソコンで相互的に連絡・共有・発見・通信することを可能にするモバイル・アプリケーションとウェブサイトである。人々はInstagramを使用して、写真とビデオを撮ること、フィルター効果でカスタマイズすること、写真フィードで友人・フォロワーと共有すること、並びに友人に送信することができる。Messengerはプラットフォーム・デバイスでのメッセージング・アプリケーションである。WhatsApp Messengerは世界中に使用されるメッセージング・アプリケーションであり、各種モバイル・プラットフォームに利用できる。Oculusバーチャル・リアリティ技術とコンテンツ・プラットフォームは人々がゲームをすること、コンテンツを消費すること及び他人とつながることを可能にする会話型環境を作成する。 フェイスブックはソ―シャルネットワ―ク・ウェブサイト｢facebook.com｣を運営。主な機能に個人や団体のペ―ジの他、チャット、ライブストリ―ミング｢facebookライブ｣、仮想通貨｢facebookクレジット｣がある。また、モバイル端末間でテキスト送信を行う「messenger」、写真や動画を共有できる「instagram」も提供 Founded in 2004, Facebook's mission is to give people the power to build community and bring the world closer together. People use Facebook's apps and technologies to connect with friends and family, find communities and grow businesses.|
|本社所在地||1601 Willow Road Menlo Park CA 94025 USA|
|代表者氏名||Mark Zuckerberg マーク・エリオット・ザッカーバーグ|
|代表者役職名||Chairman of the Board Chief Executive Officer Founder 取締役会長 最高経営責任者 創業者|
|市場名||NASDAQ National Market System|
Belfast riots and a Facebook loophole – inside the 16 April Guardian Weekly 2021/04/14 11:51:20 The Guardian
This week we look at what caused a week of violence in Northern Ireland and how a loophole on Facebook allowed autocrats to stymie dissent. Plus, reflections on Prince Philip
On peut désormais faire appel auprès de la 'Cour suprême' de Facebook pour les contenus signalés laissés en ligne 2021/04/14 07:49:07 Business Insider France
Digi revolution: New growth path for India 2021/04/14 04:38:27 Economic Times India
Emerging economies struggled to grow through the 2010s, and pessimism shrouds them now. People wonder how they will pay debts rung up during the pandemic, and how they can grow rapidly as they did in the past – by exporting their way to prosperity – in an era of deglobalisation.The freshest of many answers to this riddle is the fast spreading digital revolution. Emerging nations are adopting cutting edge technology at a lower and a lower cost, which is allowing them to fuel domestic demand and overcome traditional obstacles to growth. Over the last decade the number of smartphone owners has skyrocketed from 150 million to 4 billion worldwide. More than half the world’s population now carries the power of a supercomputer in their pockets, allowing more and more residents of the emerging world to access vital consumer and professional services for the first time.The world’s largest emerging market has already demonstrated the transformative effects of digital technology. As China’s old rust belt industries slowed sharply over the last decade, and ran up debts that threatened to explode in crisis only a few years ago, the booming tech sector saved the economy.Now, often by adopting rather than innovating, China’s emerging market peers are getting a push from the same digital engines.
Por qué la multimillonaria multa de Alibaba vuelve a demostrar que los castigos regulatorios no suelen impactar en la bolsa: Microsoft, Intel o Google tampoco vieron su cotización mermada 2021/04/14 03:30:08 Business Insider Spain
Las acciones de Alibaba se dispararon tras la multimillonaria multa impuesta por las autoridades chinas, tal y como pasó en su día con Facebook, Intel o Google.
Facebook tests video speed dating app that nixes swipes, DMs - CNET 2021/04/13 20:46:00 CNET
The platform, called Sparked, is the product of Facebook's NPE experimental app team.
Amazon vs. Alphabet: Which FAANG Stock is a Better Buy? 2021/04/12 16:30:51 Investing.com
Amazon Analyst Says Vote Victory Against Unionization Alleviates Regulatory Overhang 2021/04/12 16:06:32 Benzinga
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN ) shares rallied on Friday after an effort to unionize one of its warehouses in Bessemer, Alabama, was voted down. On Monday, Bank of America analyst Justin Post said Amazon workers will likely continue to push to unionize, but last week’s vote may eliminate a certain degree of regulatory overhang for Amazon for now. What Happened? Last week’s Bessemer unionization vote had only 52% turnout among eligible voters. The non-union side received 59% of the votes cast. Related Link: Is Facebook Suppressing Popular Stock Trading Groups? The Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union (RWDSU) now has five days to contest the election results and has said it intends to file objections. President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders had both publicly supported the unionization effort. Why It’s Important: Post said the Bessemer vote was the second time an Amazon unionization … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Facebook's top execs took home hefty bonuses in the second half of 2020, partially as a reward for the company's 'election integrity efforts' (FB) 2021/04/12 14:25:25 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg's two lieutenants got a big pay day for their work around last year's election: COO Sheryl Sandberg and CFO David Wehner got just shy of $1 million in bonus compensation for the second half of 2020. Those bonuses, awarded at 110%, were at least partially tied to "election integrity efforts in connection with the U.S. 2020 elections," according to an SEC filing from the company first spotted by The Information. Ahead of the November 2020 elections, Facebook rolled out a number of measures intended to curb misinformation and promote voting. The company added labels to all posts about voting that came from federal elected officials and candidates, it paused political ad buying for months, and opened an information center intended to inform users about voting laws. Those efforts were apparently considered a success if the bonus payouts are any indication. Read more: Some Lululemon retail employees say there is an environment of 'toxic positivity,' where workers feel pressure to share personal information with managers and constant feedback can feel like bullying In the years following the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook struggled with how to moderate speech and advertising from politicians and political campaigns.
Beyond The Banks: Other Major Firms Reporting This Week Include PepsiCo, Delta 2021/04/12 13:45:47 Benzinga
If it felt last week like you looked at your screen and then looked again an hour later and nothing had changed, that pretty much describes what’s been a slow-moving, low-volume market. Things could change in a big way over the next few days as earnings season starts and Wall Street shakes off its spring doldrums. Big banks lead the way with a parade of results starting Wednesday (see more below). Judging from analysts’ estimates and notes, it looks like the banks had a very nice Q1. The proof is in the pudding, however. A couple things to keep in mind before we jump into Q1 earnings include watching to see if more companies provide guidance, and tracking whether overall earnings growth can outpace analysts’ estimates like they did in Q4. That second one might be hard because the average Street earnings growth estimate has risen sharply from earlier this year. Analysts are even more optimistic about Q2 earnings. Keep in mind, however, that comparisons are pretty easy considering we were in lockdown during part of the year-ago quarter.
Facebook spent $23 million on Mark Zuckerberg's security last year. That's $3 million more than in 2019, partly thanks to increased security risks during the election. 2021/04/12 12:43:36 Business Insider
Summary List Placement Facebook spent more than $25 million on CEO Mark Zuckerberg in 2020, according to a proxy statement which the social media giant filed on Friday. This is $2 million more than Facebook spent on Zuckerberg in 2019. This was largely down to more spending on personal security, thanks to rising costs during the pandemic and US elections, Facebook said. In 2020, Facebook spent more than $13.4 million on personal security for Zuckerberg "at his residences and during personal travel pursuant to Mr. Zuckerberg's overall security program," the filing said. He also received a pre-tax annual allowance of $10 million for his family's security, taking total security spend to $23.4 million, plus $1.8 million in costs for his use of private jets. In 2019 the tech firm spent $20.4 million on protecting him , including $10.4 on personal security, the annual allowance of $10 million for his family's security. It spent $2.9 million on his private jets. The $3 million rise in security spend from 2019 to 2020 was "primarily due to regular personal travel, costs relating to security protocols during the COVID-19 pandemic, increased security coverage during the 2020 US elections and other periods with increased security risk, and market increases in the costs of security personnel," Facebook said. "Mr.
Google, Facebook and Amazon face new UK regulator 2021/04/07 00:19:00 BBC
The new regime will be "unashamedly pro-competition", the UK's business secretary promises.
Gary Vaynerchuk To Talk SPACs, Sports And NFTs On Benzinga's 'SPACs Attack' 2021/04/06 23:02:37 Benzinga
Well-known entrepreneur, internet personality and motivational speaker Gary Vaynerchuk is set to appear on Benzinga’s "SPACs Attack" Wednesday. What Happened: Gary Vaynerchuk , who is known for his Vaynermedia, Vaynersports and Empathy Wines, is also a well-known investor. He was an investor in Facebook Inc (NASDAQ: … Full story available on Benzinga.com
Why Google's victory over Oracle at the Supreme Court is a landmark for the future of software 2021/04/06 22:30:44 Business Insider
Summary List Placement On Monday, the US Supreme Court overturned a lower court, ending a decade-long legal battle by handing Google a landmark victory in its copyright fight with Oracle — and much of Silicon Valley breathed a sigh of relief . "Thank you to the Supreme Court for saving all modern computing from an onslaught of copyright trolls," former Facebook security chief and current Stanford professor Alex Stamos said on Twitter. Indeed, judging by the reactions, there's a prevailing sense that Google's win means the tech industry has dodged a bullet. Over the years that this case has dragged out, experts and insiders have held that a win for Oracle would have completely shaken up the tech industry, and not for the better. "A ruling in Oracle's favor would have opened the door for copyright trolls much like we've seen happen in the realm of software patents," David Mooter, a senior analyst at Forrester, told Insider. "That would have given more power to big tech companies to sue their competition out of business." As always, the devil is in the details, but the basics of the case: In 2010, Oracle bought a now-defunct company called Sun Microsystems, including the rights to Java, a popular platform for app development.
Facebook says a breach that hit 533m is old news. Experts disagree 2021/04/06 20:50:15 The Guardian
Regardless of when it was leaked, user data ‘is never really old’ – it’s still valuable to cybercriminals, analysts say After information from 533 million Facebook users was exposed to hackers , the company has tried to reassure users, saying that the data was leaked years ago and has since been secured. But experts say the issue is still grave – whether it happened in 2021 or years prior – largely because of the nature of the leaked data. Continue reading…
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