|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 Facebook, Inc. operates as a social networking company worldwide. The company engages in the development of social media applications for people to connect through mobile devices, personal computers, and other surfaces. It enables users to share opinions, ideas, photos, videos, and other activities online. The firm's products include Facebook, Instagram, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Oculus. The company was founded by Mark Elliot Zuckerberg, Dustin Moskovitz, Chris R. Hughes, Andrew McCollum, and Eduardo P. Saverin on February 4, 2004 and is headquartered in Menlo Park, CA.|
|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|
An Michelin-star chef on lockdown in Italy is streaming his family's nightly dinners on Instagram 2020/03/28 20:16:00 Business Insider
Italian Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura has started streaming his family dinners on Instagram while his country is on lockdown because of the coronavirus pandemic. The series, called "Kitchen Quarantine," shows Bottura and his family cooking dinner with common household ingredients. Bottura is one of countless chefs worldwide whose restaurants have closed amid the coronavirus outbreak. View more episodes of Business Insider Today on Facebook. The coronavirus pandemic has shuttered restaurants left and right — and the top-ranked restaurant in the world was no exception. But amid weeks of self-isolation in Modena, Italy, Michelin-star chef Massimo Bottura has found a new way to delight his fans: by streaming his family meals on Instagram. Bottura, whose restaurant Osteria Francescana was ranked No. 1 in the world in 2018 , recently began posting live Instagram videos in which he and his family cook dinner together using common household ingredients. He calls it " Kitchen Quarantine ," and it goes live every night at 8 p.m. local time.
Stocks were so volatile this week some analysts have started pulling their S&P 500 targets 2020/03/28 19:05:47 Business Insider
Wall Street analysts at Oppenheimer this week abandoned its S&P 500 target amid market volatility due to the coronavirus pandemic this week. "In such an environment the risk and the extent of damage will vary greatly within segments of the economy and sectors of the markets causing us to suspend our target at this time," John Stoltzfus, chief investment strategist of Oppenheimer Asset Management, wrote in a March 23 note Analysts at Canaccord Genuity and BMO also pulled S&P 500 targets, CNBC reported Saturday. Read more on Business Insider. The stock market had yet another rollercoaster week fueled by the coronavirus pandemic. Amid increased market volatility, some Wall Street analysts have started pulling targets for the S&P 500, saying it's too difficult to predict the future during a period of such high uncertainty. "Until the virus exhibits a decline in its trajectory and rolls over, 'normalcy' is likely to remain out of reach," John Stoltzfus, chief investment strategist of Oppenheimer Asset Management, wrote in a March 23 note. "In such an environment the risk and the extent of damage will vary greatly within segments of the economy and sectors of the markets causing us to suspend our target at this time." Stoltzfus said that Oppenheimer will start the S&P 500 forecast again when the length of the "hard stop" of the US economy can be determined, he said.
Sewers stitch masks to free up supplies for Canada’s front-line health-care workers 2020/03/28 17:52:46 The Star
Registered nurse and novice sewer Joan Davis says she co-founded the Facebook group Sewing for Lives, Ontario out of concern there wouldn’t be enough masks for the army of workers and volunteers doing their part both in and out of hospital.
Zoom updates app to remove Facebook data sharing 2020/03/28 16:48:03 Seeking Alpha
Yesterday, Motherboard reported that Zoom Video's (NASDAQ:ZM) iOS app sent data to Facebook even if the user doesn't have a Facebook profile. The videoconf
Watch – Deaf & autistic boy who has ‘no friends’ got over 700 bday cards from strangers 2020/03/28 15:01:49 The London Economic
Mum Natasha James, 33, put an appeal out on Facebook to see if anyone would send Dylan a card The post Watch – Deaf & autistic boy who has ‘no friends’ got over 700 bday cards from strangers appeared first on The London Economic .
While in-person sports are on hold due to the coronavirus, NASCAR and Formula 1 are taking competitions digital 2020/03/20 21:19:04 Business Insider
As the coronavirus pandemic puts sports and most of the rest of the world on hold, racing divisions like NASCAR and Formula One are moving races online with some of their big-name drivers. The races are exhibition only and won't count for anything, but will be broadcast both online and on television. It's an example of the rise of racing simulators, which realistically recreate cars and tracks online. Simulators have gotten so realistic, even, that drivers use them to train, and some even get their start on the computer. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Much of the world is at a halt due to the novel coronavirus, which has infected a reported 265,000 people worldwide . That includes sporting events and leagues, with everything from the Kentucky Derby to March Madness in a holding pattern or scrapped entirely. But motorsports are in a position most person-to-person ones aren't. They can be realistically simulated online, and that's exactly what major divisions like NASCAR and Formula One are doing — along with some of their big-name drivers.
The World Health Organization has launched a WhatsApp chatbot to warn people about the coronavirus' dangers (FB) 2020/03/20 21:04:12 Business Insider
The WHO has launched a WhatsApp chatbot to provide people with info about the coronavirus. It's one of a number of steps Facebook is taking to try and direct users to reliable information about the pandemic. WhatsApp has previously struggled with the spread of misinformation on its encrypted platform. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . The World Health Organisation has launched a chatbot to provide people with information about the novel coronavirus as the pandemic continues to spread across the globe. Announced on Friday , the service lets users of the Facebook-owned messaging app learn more about current infection rates, how to protect themselves, and get answers to frequently asked questions about the disease. It's one of a number of steps Facebook is taking to try and promote reliable information about COVID-19, the disease caused by the coronavirus, that has now infected more than 265,000 people and killed more than 11,000 globally. The Silicon Valley-based tech giant has launched a Coronavirus Information Center that provides info and is prominently placed in its main app, and is deleting dangerous misinformation about the disease.
4 potential coronavirus treatments that researchers are working on right now 2020/03/20 20:38:00 Business Insider
There are currently no FDA-approved treatments or vaccines for the coronavirus. But researchers are developing numerous ways to repurpose existing drugs to potentially treat coronavirus patients. Although a cure is a long way away, here are some of the drugs scientists are looking at as potential coronavirus treatments. View more episodes of Business Insider Today on Facebook. Researchers are hard at work developing potential treatments or vaccines for the coronavirus . There are no FDA-approved treatments right now, but experts are looking closely at existing drugs that could be repurposed to treat coronavirus patients. Although we're still a long way from a cure, here are four of the antiviral drugs scientists are looking at right now. One short-term solution could be an anti-Ebola drug called remdesivir. One potential short-term solution to the coronavirus crisis is remdesivir, an experimental antiviral drug that was previously tested as a treatment for Ebola. The antiviral was developed by Gilead Sciences, a large biotechnology company.
Google has completely canceled its biggest conference of the year as California shelters in place because of the coronavirus (GOOG, GOOGL) 2020/03/20 20:03:05 Business Insider
Google has completely canceled Google I/O, its annual developer conference, over coronavirus concerns, the company announced on Friday. Google made the decision to scrap this year's event entirely after it previously said it would explore holding it virtually instead of physically. Google usually makes major announcements about Android and other products during Google I/O. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories . Google has completely canceled Google I/O , its annual developers conference, over health and safety concerns regarding the ongoing coronavirus outbreak, the company announced via Twitter on Friday. Previously, the company had said that it planned to hold a virtual conference in lieu of the physical event. Now, the search giant said it would be canceling the event completely after California Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered residents to stay home following a San Francisco Bay Area "shelter in place" order . "Out of concern for the health and safety of our developers, employees, and local communities — and in line with the 'shelter in place' requirements by the local Bay Area government — we sadly will not be holding an I/O event in any capacity this year," the company tweeted.
Services from top religious leaders you can watch online this Sunday 2020/03/20 19:02:09 Fox News
Fox News Channel chief religion correspondent Lauren Green reports pastors and worship leaders are reaching out using technology with Instagram Live, YouTube, Facebook, and other platforms.
The lovely way you can help people self-isolating over coronavirus 2020/03/14 19:22:05 Wales Online
A form, which has been shared on Facebook, allows people to off their help to vulnerable people struggling with self-isolation
Under lockdown, Italy's social and family life goes virtual 2020/03/14 16:40:46 Channel NewsAsia
As 60 million Italians face a coronavirus country-wide lockdown, many daily interactions among family, friends and colleagues have moved to messaging platforms such as Facebook Inc's WhatsApp and Microsoft's Corp Skype.
Ukraine stops passenger railway connection with Poland since March 15 2020/03/14 10:33:19 Interfax Ukraine
In the early hours of March 15, Ukraine will stop rail passenger communication with Poland, the press service of Ukrzaliznytsia reported on Facebook.
Facebook will show VR games in online developers showcase March 16 to March 19 2020/03/14 10:13:06 VentureBeat
The Facebook: Game Developers Showcase is being held from March 16 to March 19, in lieu of its scheduled Game Developers Conference events.
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