We're waiting for Facebook to reports its Q1 earnings. Here is what analysts are expecting:Earnings per share: $0.24. Revenues: $2.36 billion.
We're covering the release live, followed by CEO Mark Zuckerberg's earnings call with Wall Street. Refresh this page or click here for updates.
It has been a huge quarter for Facebook. In the last three (fiscal) months the company has bought messaging app WhatsApp for $19 billion and virtual reality headset maker Oculus VR for $2 billion. It has opened the door for video advertisers, and begun carving out its messaging business into a separate app, Messenger. Lastly, the company has begun rolling out an off-Facebook advertising network.
At the same time, Zuckerberg has begun to outline his vision for the future of Facebook, "unbundling the big blue app."
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