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Prev Close775.01
Bid777.70 x 100
Ask778.09 x 100
Day's Range774.12 - 778.49
52wk Range603.13 - 789.87
1y Target EstN/A
Market Cap543.13B
P/E Ratio (ttm)30.16
Avg Vol (3m)1,310,167
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Earnings DateN/A
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  • American City Business Journals46 minutes ago

    Emergency alert texts are about to get more detailed

    The Federal Communications Commission voted on Thursday to strengthen the Wireless Emergency Alerts system, which pushes warnings of missing children and natural disasters to cellphones. Government officials can now include up to 360 characters in an alert, up from 90. The rules don’t allow for photos to be included directly in a message, but the FCC might review the concept in the future, perhaps to include images of abducted children.

  • American City Business Journals58 minutes ago

    Google takes on Uber, Lyft in the San Francisco Bay Area

    Google has launched its Bay Area ride-sharing service and is now accepting riders and drivers via its Waze Rider app, as competition in the innovative transportation sector heats up. "For now, Google is limiting drivers and riders to two rides a day—intended to be to and from work—and made it cheap, restricting drivers from making a living on the app," the Wall Street Journal reports. Join the conversation: Follow @SFBusinessTimes on Twitter, "Like" us on Facebook and sign up for our free email newsletters.

  • American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Going my way? Waze rolls out ride-sharing for commuters in Bay Area

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