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Facebook quarterly profit jumps despite ad boycott

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Facebook quarterly profit jumps despite ad boycottSAN FRANCISCO: 's profit jumped in the recently-ended quarter as the leading social network benefitted from a rebounding online ad market despite a boycott, the company reported on Thursday. Facebook profit jumped 29 per cent to $7.8 billion in the quarter on revenue that climbed to $21.2 billion as people continued to rely on the internet and social...
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