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Facebook shares rise despite Q3 user growth and revenue – TechCrunch

After the last quarterly bloodbath score report, which shrinks 20 percent from Facebook's share price, the social network stumbled in the third quarter of 2018, reaching 2.27 billion monthly users, up 37 million users or 1.79 percent – just a bit better than Q1's most significant growth rate of just 1.54 percent, compared with a 2.29 billion Wall Street estimate. …

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Facebook announces revenue from Q3 2018

Facebook's sales came in brighter than expected in the third quarter, but Wall Street breathed a big sigh of relief that US users did not flee the social network in the chains after a series of scandals. Facebook's daily users in the US – its most valuable market – flat to 185 million in the three months ended September 30, …

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Stuck Amtrak Portal Bridge Causes Large NJ Transit Rot

NEW YORK (WABC) – Train service in and out of Penn Station New York is subjected to 90 minutes delays after an Amtrak Portal Bridge would not lock in place. The trains move again, but it's going to be a long trip home. System-wide cross-honoring is in force with NJ Transit bus and private-powered buses. PATH accepts NJ Transit rail …

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Facebook can be bottom ahead of earnings, says former bear

Some investors are convinced that Facebook's severe decline has become so bad, that may be good. div> div.group> p: first-child "/> The social media giant is set to report quarterly earnings Tuesday after the clock and Miller Tobacco's equity strategy Matt Matty said in an interview on CNBC's" Trading Nation " that he is away from negative to more constructive …

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Fiat Chrysler's lower cash forecast overshadows special dividend payments

MILAN / DETROIT (Reuters) – Fiat Chrysler (FCA) reported better than expected earnings in the third quarter and promised to pay 2 billion euros in special dividends, but a lower net cash forecast and over-dependence on the North American market weighed stock. FIL PHOTO: A Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) sign is seen at its US headquarters in Auburn Hills, Michigan, …

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FCC Republican claims municipal broadband is a threat to first change

Enlarge / FCC Commissioner Michael O'Rielly speaks at a FCC meeting in Washington, DC on November 16, 2017. Getty Images | Bloomberg A Federal Communications Commission reporter argued that municipal broadband networks constituted a unique threat to first freedom of rights but gave no convincing evidence to claim his claim. FCC Commissioner Michael Rielly demanded a speech last week at …

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