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WebMD Health Corp. (WBMD)

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Previous Close50.20
Bid50.27 x 200
Ask50.29 x 400
Day's Range49.85 - 50.31
52 Week Range48.10 - 67.55
Avg. Volume729,181
Market Cap1.85B
PE Ratio (TTM)25.52
Earnings DateN/A
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  • Barrons.com18 days ago

    [$$] Blue Harbour Group Has Bought Into WebMD

    Source: InsiderScore.com On March 1, Richmond Brothers, together with Mark Ravich, delivered a letter to Rockwell nominating Ravich and David Richmond for election to the board of directors at the 2017 annual meeting. On March 2, Richmond also issued a press release describing Rockwell’s poor performance. In particular, Richmond pointed out the company’s failure to “monetize its promising drug candidates.” Richmond said management has continually left investors in the dark by failing to “put forth a plan and timeline for achieving success” in the market for Triferic, its iron-replacement therapy for dialysis patients.

  • New app claims to accurately diagnose any medical condition
    Yahoo Finance19 days ago

    New app claims to accurately diagnose any medical condition

    Buoy wants you to figure out why you’re sick without freaking out. Andrew Le, founder and CEO of Buoy, hopes to change that. A fourth-year medical student at Harvard Medical School, Le started the company to educate people searching for medical information without scaring them.

  • PR Newswire21 days ago

    Have a Health-Related Question? WebMD Will Provide the Answer -- Just Ask Alexa

    NEW YORK, March 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- WebMD (WBMD), the leading source of health information, just made it easier for consumers to get answers to their health-related questions. Beginning today, users of Amazon Alexa devices can ask questions about health-related topics, including conditions, drugs, medical tests, side effects, symptoms and treatments.  In response, WebMD will provide physician-reviewed, medically appropriate answers in plain, accessible language.