- Reuters•3 hours ago
California will allow companies more leeway in testing self-driving cars on public roads while restricting how the nascent technology is advertised under revised draft regulations released on Friday. The original draft regulations by the Department of Motor Vehicles were criticized by some tech companies, such as Alphabet Inc's Google, and carmakers as being overly restrictive and stifling innovation. California has been at the forefront of the fast-growing autonomous vehicle industry, fueled by technology companies in Silicon Valley, and is one of a handful of states to have passed regulations enabling self-driving car testing on public roads.
- MarketWatch•4 hours ago
Everybody loved optical-networking stocks in the late 1990s, but investors paid for it when they went bust. Now, a big internet build-out in China and cloud data centers has sent the stocks soaring again, ...
- American City Business Journals•5 hours ago
Uber's new 'upfront pricing' model, in which passengers agree to a set fare before beginning the trip, benefits its customers by eliminating sticker shock according to the company. "I first noticed a disparity as a passenger in San Francisco," says Christian Perea, a Bay Area driver who said he noticed that the cost of a regular trip within the city had been going up since the new pricing system was implemented. On each ride, Uber takes a $1.55 booking fee plus a 25 percent commission, and the drivers keep the rest.
Alphabet Inc. (GOOG)
NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
|Bid||777.36 x 100|
|Ask||778.80 x 100|
|Day's Range||774.12 - 780.87|
|52wk Range||625.56 - 789.87|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
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|P/E Ratio (ttm)||30.12|
|Avg Vol (3m)||1,310,103|
|Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|