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Big Tech Gets Wrecked and the Future of Facebook as an ESG Play

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Markets plunged to start the week with the five biggest stocks in the U.S. losing a combined $236 billion in market cap today alone. So is there more pain to come, or is this an opportunity to do some bargain hunting? Plus, a damning whistleblower report and widespread outages send Facebook to its worst day in almost a year, but the stock remains a favorite in the ESG space. We break down why.

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