• The two-day stock decline has resulted in roughly $60 billion in market value being erased from Facebook's market value.
  • Starbucks, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever, and Verizon have all suspended their advertising on Facebook and, in some cases, other social-media platforms.
  • BMO Capital Markets analyst Daniel Salmon said the boycott won't significantly hurt Facebook's revenue as the group has more than 8 million advertisers.
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Facebook shares dropped roughly 1% on Monday as a growing number of advertisers joined the boycott of the social network. The continued slide follows an 8.3% loss on Friday amid the first round of pulled advertising.

The two-day stock decline has resulted in roughly $60 billion in market value being erased from Facebook.

Starbucks, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Diageo, Unilever, and Verizon have all halted advertising on Facebook and, in some cases, other social-media platforms. Several high-profile executives have called for the social-media giant to do more to combat the spread of misinformation and hate speech on its platform.

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