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Open775.50
Prev Close774.21
Bid784.72 x 100
Ask785.00 x 700
Day's Range774.31 - 785.99
52wk Range590.22 - 789.87
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Market Cap547.65B
P/E Ratio (ttm)30.41
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Volume682,873
Avg Vol (3m)1,359,328
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  • American City Business Journals19 minutes ago

    Google Cardboard co-founder helps Udacity launch new VR program

    Virtual reality has been one of the hottest emerging tech sectors since Facebook paid $2 billion for Oculus in 2014. The Mountain View education startup is working with Google VR and Upload to develop the program. Christian Plagemann, who co-founded the Google VR team and Google Cardboard before joining Udacity earlier this year, spoke to me about the program.

  • Google’s new AI-powered translation tool is nearly as good as a human translator
    Quartz34 minutes ago

    Google’s new AI-powered translation tool is nearly as good as a human translator

    Say hello to the new Google Translate. Starting today, Google will rely more heavily on artificial intelligence when it translates language. The new method, called Google Machine Neural Translation, cuts down errors by 80% compared to its current algorithm, and is nearly indistinguishable from human translation on standardized tests, the company said. It’s a radical…

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Google France boss says looking for insurance partners

    Google is looking to establish partnerships between insurance companies and some of its parent company Alphabet's businesses including Nest, which makes smart thermostats and smoke detectors, the managing director of its French division said. "With some of the things we have done around Nest, we have been working with insurers in France like AXA and Allianz to develop bundles of products which blend technology and hardware with insurance," Leeder said during a panel discussion at the reinsurance industry's annual meeting in Monte Carlo on Tuesday.