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Facebook's News Feed change wiped out $25 billion — but it could be good for the company in the long run (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 12 January 2018
Facebook's News Feed change wiped out $25 billion — but it could be good for the company in the long run (FB)· *Facebook announced major changes to its platform, which will refocus the News Feed on content from friends and family.*
· *Advertisers and investors were worried about how the changes would affect advertisements and revenue.*
· *Watch the company's shares trade in real time here.*

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