Over the last few weeks Face Book CEO Mark Zuckerberg has faced an enormous amount of criticism for privacy failures surrounding Cambridge Analytica, but his appearance this week on Capitol Hill seems to have gone over well with critics.
Face Book is far from out the woods, the company still faces a high risk of regulation and a hit to its business amid the backlash..
Zuckerberg's Congressional appearance went okay, but some on Wall Street still worries the Cambridge Analytica scandal will hurt
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Reuters reports that U.S. stocks rose on Tuesday. Markets close early ahead of the July 4 holiday, boosted by energy stocks, but gains were capped by a drop in technology stocks, with Facebook sliding..