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Open767.00
Prev Close769.64
Bid765.21 x 100
Ask771.90 x 200
Day's Range763.18 - 771.89
52wk Range589.38 - 789.87
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Market Cap528.79B
P/E Ratio (ttm)29.81
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Volume877,757
Avg Vol (3m)1,525,812
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  • American City Business Journals35 minutes ago

    No compromise: Fiber wars push forward as Google, Comcast and AT&T fail to reach deal

    The fate of an ordinance that could, should it fail, send Google Fiber packing now sits in the hands of Metro Council. The goal of the daylong conference had been to find an agreeable way forward to speed up gigabit internet deployment in Nashville without stepping on the toes of existing providers. The summit stemmed from Google's backing of an ordinance that would give the tech giant the ability to move other providers' equipment in order to attach to utility poles, rather than waiting for the other providers to do so themselves.

  • American City Business Journals1 hour ago

    Report: Google Fiber might cut workforce in half

    Google Fiber might cut its workforce in half in the wake of lower-than-expected subscription sales. This would be the latest in a series of moves by Google Fiber that may have left many wondering about the company's plans for Louisville, where it said last year it was considering expanding . As we've reported, Google has found the process of rolling out its gigabit service a lot more time-consuming and expensive than originally expected.

  • American City Business Journals2 hours ago

    Peninsula companies are taking employee commutes into their own hands with new programs

    Huge Peninsula employers — including Facebook, Genentech and Stanford University — are leading the push to reduce traffic on Highway 101 and I-280 and to encourage greater use of carpools, public transit, bicycles, vans and even walking to get to work. Join the conversation: Follow @SFBusinessTimes on Twitter, "Like" us on Facebook and sign up for our free email newsletters. Expensive and limited Peninsula housing options mean employees often live far away, so transportation has become a top concern for companies.