While there is no word of a Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) drone to join the crowded space, they still create regular advancements. For example, the Facebook, Inc. facial recognition technology has been a pivotal application.
What they don't gain organically via Return on Research Capital (RORC), they have gained via acquisitions such as with Instagram. Facebook, Inc. has shown a steady increase from $80 PPS to $108 PPS range since June 2015.
The following is a look at 2015 RORC for Facebook, Inc.:
Per the RORC metric, for every R&D dollar spent in 2014, Facebook created $6.72 of gross revenue for 2015. LinkedIn Corp (NYSE: LNKD) and Twitter, Inc. (NYSE: TWTR) ranked second and third, respectively.
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