Meta Market Cap Drop Fuels Argument For An Antitrust Tweak
By David Rochelson
March 4, 2022
On February 3rd, Facebook parent company Meta Platforms Inc.’s market capitalization plummeted from $879 billion to $647 billion and was under $545 billion on March 4. The precipitous drop not only knocked tens of billions of dollars off of founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg’s net worth. It also potentially limited the scrutiny that the company could face from antitrust regulations. Read more about the Meta Market Cap Drop.
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