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Facebook sales grow as users tick up; Zuckerberg defends political ads

Reuters Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Facebook Inc reported an uptick in users in lucrative markets and its third-straight rise in quarterly sales growth on Wednesday, but the company's controversial political ads stole the limelight when CEO Mark Zuckerberg spoke to analysts.
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