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At close: 4:00 PM EST

61.09 0.08 (0.13%)
After hours: 5:10 PM EST

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Previous Close61.37
Bid60.99 x 200
Ask61.10 x 1000
Day's Range60.85 - 61.58
52 Week Range48.04 - 61.58
Avg. Volume28,238,719
Market Cap474.37B
PE Ratio (TTM)29.22
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & Yield1.56 (2.59%)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • American City Business Journals10 minutes ago

    Microsoft's LinkedIn approach suggests the deal won't be another Nokia, aQuantive

    After closing the long-awaited $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn , Microsoft on Thursday revealed immediate plans to bring the companies together. The Redmond company (MSFT) will get to work right away on integrating LinkedIn into Microsoft products, including adding LinkedIn notification to Windows 10 and allowing customers to draft resumes in Word and apply for jobs on LinkedIn. Microsoft's immediate to-do list – which doesn't indicate any major restructuring – suggest the company is breaking with its traditional “integrate quickly and integrate everything" approach .

  • American City Business Journals45 minutes ago

    Microsoft closes $26.2 billion deal for LinkedIn

    Microsoft has closed on the deal to buy the social network LinkedIn for $26.2 billion. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella announced the closing of the deal on LinkedIn , where he said the integration of LinkedIn into Microsoft products will include allowing users drafting résumés in Word to update their profiles, and discover and apply to jobs on LinkedIn. “Today I am even more enthusiastic about the common mission and sense of purpose we share, the similarities in our cultures, and the added value we can create for LinkedIn members, to help professionals transform how they work, realize new career opportunities and connect in new ways,” Nadella said.

  • TheStreet.com59 minutes ago

    Microsoft Is Willing to Ruffle Intel and Facebook's Feathers to Grow PC Sales

    Microsoft's support for ARM-powered Windows PCs that can run existing apps will create fresh competition for Intel. And its new VR platform stands to undercut Facebook's Oculus Rift.