The drop in Facebook shares knocked $56 billion off of Facebook's market value and dropped Zuckerberg's personal net worth to $82.3 billion, according to the Bloomberg Billionaires Index, making him now only the fourth richest person in the world. Starbucks says it is continuing discussions internally, and with its media partners and civil rights organizations, "in the effort to stop the spread of hate speech".
Coca-Cola, Honda, Hershey's chocolate and Unilever, the world's largest advertiser, all said on Friday they would freeze or cut United States spending on Facebook and sister service Instagram, wiping an estimated $56bn from the social media giant's value. "Facebook needs to address this issue quickly and effectively in order to stop advertising exits from potentially spiraling out of control".
Starbucks confirmed to TIME that this pause on social media advertising would not include YouTube.
Champions of the #StopHateForProfit boycott - led by civil rights and advocacy groups including the Anti-Defamation League and National Association for the Advancement of Colored People - say Facebook has not done enough to keep racist, false and unsafe content or white supremacists off its platform.
The brands boycotting the platform includes big spenders like Unilever, Coca-cola and Verizon, as well as some other smaller companies like Patagonia, REI, Lending Club and The North Face, according to a running list from Sleeping Giants.
The chain issued an apology, made clear that its policy going forward would not allow a repeat of the Philadelphia incident, and closed its more than 8,000 company-operated USA stores to allow employees to receive racial-diversity training.
Some advertisers have been giving Facebook a thumbs-down. Twitter had taken similar steps earlier.
The social network has been less aggressive than competitors Twitter and Snap in responding to what employees and advertisers say are harmful posts from US President Donald Trump, as well as incendiary content that goes viral. Sey acknowledged some of the recent steps Zuckerberg has taken, but "it's simply not enough", she said. He said the company will put a link to the voting hub on all posts related to voting, and will also start marking posts that violate Facebook's rules, although the posts will remain up if they are newsworthy.
"Overall, the policies we're implementing today are created to address the reality of the challenges our country is facing and how they're showing up across our community", Zuckerberg said in a post. "We're also expanding our policies to better protect immigrants, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers from ads suggesting these groups are inferior or expressing contempt, dismissal or disgust directed at them".
Microsoft adds that existing retail members will continue to serve consumers, small business, education and enterprise customers. There are approximately 72 stores in the U.S. , and several others overseas showcasing and selling laptops and other hardware.
Now, China's Central Military Commission has approved the use of the drug by the military on June 25th for one year. It was not clear how widely the potential vaccine will be used within China's enormous military establishment.
A congressional report has since accused the firm of promoting a "culture of concealment" and of "grossly inefficient" oversight. At least one of those practice flights included the same testing parameters expected tomorrow, one of the people said.
In a statement, various authorities in the city condemned the celebrations, terming them as "wholly unacceptable" behavior. The Liverpool Echo carried a video that appeared to show glass bottles being thrown at police .
On Friday, Newsom said the numbers in Imperial County have been particularly alarming and have overwhelmed the region's hospitals. The state ordered bars in Los Angeles , Fresno, Kern, San Joaquin, Tulare, Kings and Imperial counties to close immediately.
It's unclear when exactly Family Guy's Cleveland overhaul will take effect or how far along the recasting process is. Hibbert's wife Bernice and Apu's wife Manjula, along with the Asian character Cookie Kwan.
The true death toll from the virus , which first emerged in China late past year , is widely believed to be significantly higher. The United States has the largest number of coronavirus cases worldwide, with more than 2.5 million, according to Johns Hopkins.
In January, a US drone strike in Iraq killed Soleimani, who was the leader of the Revolutionary Guards' Quds Force. Recall that the United States military killed Soleimani in an air strike outside Baghdad global airport.
Test results for more than 72,100 individuals were reported to DOH as of midnight, on Saturday, June 27. Record-breaking numbers of new coronavirus cases have led some states to reverse their plans to reopen.
The two countries accounted for over a third of all new cases in the past week, according to a Reuters tally. The disease also continues to rampage through Latin America, with Peru topping 9,000 deaths on Saturday.
Supreme Court ruling deals surprising blow to abortion foes
The clinics filed an emergency appeal at the Supreme Court, asking that the law be blocked while the justices evaluated the case. However, he said: "The legal doctrine of stare decisis requires us, absent special circumstances, to treat like cases alike".
MS to Change State Flag After Legislature Passes Bill
An increasing number of cities and all Mississippi's public universities have taken down the state flag in recent years. Georgia put the battle emblem prominently on its state flag in 1956, during a backlash to the civil rights movement.
IPhone 12 Won't Include a Charger or EarPods
Apple's upcoming iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max will reportedly feature displays capable of up to 120Hz refresh rates. Beyond the iPhone 12, Kuo claims that Apple will ultimately start shipping new iPads without power adapters as well.
Two rockets fired from Gaza Strip towards Israel: Army
The proposals foresee the ultimate creation of a Palestinian state on the remaining West Bank territory and the Gaza Strip. The Palestinian Authority, a separate administration based in the West Bank, cut its cooperation with Israel last month.