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Why Facebook’s profit margin is shrinking

By Bloomberg
24 November 2018   |   4:19 pm
Facebook Inc.'s spending has increased by $7 billion, or 47 percent, this year through Sept. 30, and many of those costs are unrelated to safeguard its social network against foreign propaganda and hate speech.

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