And will the social network provide a glimpse at how Instagram and Facebook Watch are performing?
Can Facebook snap out of its nearly year-long funk?
That's what the social network's investors are hoping for on Wednesday afternoon, when the company will report its fourth quarter earnings. Facebook has been stunted in the last year, with CEO Mark Zuckerberg and COO Sheryl Sandberg weathering multiple PR headaches as the company has been skewered for its handling of user data. Just last month, Facebook's dreadful 2018 culminated in the company admitting it gave major partners like Spotify and Netflix access to private user messages, confirming key details first reported by The New York Times.
Looking to combat one of the main complaints levied at Facebook -- and shed light on its arcane business operations -- Zuckerberg insisted in ...
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