|Bid||0.00 x 0|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's Range||174.94 - 176.80|
|52 Week Range||138.62 - 183.50|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||18.07|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.44%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
We're hearing from The Financial Times that Apple has been expanding its self-driving efforts, with the company now testing 45 cars in California, a number that is more than Waymo, Uber or Tesla.
The Chicago landlord of what Apple Inc. calls its “most ambitious store” has put the building on the block in a sales process that will test the power of the popular brand name in a tempestuous retail ...
Amazon shares finished up 2.69 percent at $1,586.51, for a market capitalisation of $768 billion, underscoring Wall Street's confidence in its relentless expansion into cloud computing, groceries and other new businesses. Alphabet lost 0.39 percent, trimming its stock market value to $762 billion, as Wall Street fretted about regulatory fallout following revelations that a political consulting firm had improperly obtained personal data on 50 million Facebook Inc (FB.O) users. Together, Alphabet and Facebook dominate online advertising.
Google is offering publishers sweeter terms as part of a new subscriber tool announced Tuesday, currying favor with the news industry at a time when Facebook Inc. is sending mixed signals to newspapers ...
US tech ETFs were down on Monday's trading, following reports of a data breach involving Facebook account details of tens of millions of users and worsening fundamentals of the sector.
Amazon shares finished up 2.69 percent at $1,586.51, for a market capitalization of $768 billion, underscoring Wall Street's confidence in its relentless expansion into cloud computing, groceries and other new businesses. Alphabet lost 0.39 percent, trimming its stock market value to $762 billion, as Wall Street fretted about regulatory fallout following revelations that a political consulting firm had improperly obtained personal data on 50 million Facebook Inc (FB.O) users. Together, Alphabet and Facebook dominate online advertising.
China is building a 21st-century surveillance state and, wittingly or not, Silicon Valley’s leaders are playing a part. Tech industry leaders, of course, aren’t alone in being caught out by China’s intensifying shift towards authoritarianism. For Washington, China’s increasingly protectionist trade policies and sweeping territorial claims – backed up by militarized manufactured islands in the South China Sea – have dispelled the notion that Xi intends to settle into an assigned role in the Western world order, or even play by its rules.
Max Levchin, Affirm CEO discusses the Apple Pay credit card Affirm has created without using plastic. He speaks with Caroline Hyde on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: Bloomberg)
Apple and IBM bolster Artificial Intelligence efforts by combining forces to make AI work better on mobile devices. IBM launches new Watson services for Apple and an enhanced set of tools for developing iOS applications.
While Apple investors have fixated on slowing iPhone sales and the maturing smartphone business, they are underappreciating the company's fast-growing services segment.
President Trump's steel and aluminum tariffs are small potatoes next to the broadside he is reportedly getting set to unleash on China as soon as Friday.
For a fleeting moment, tech surpassed financial companies to become the biggest out of 11 groups with an 18% weighting.
A growing field of research is showing that technical tools can generate a huge advantage for your portfolio. Here's why keeping it simple could be the best way to chart your way to retirement profits....
The unauthorized access to 50 million users' data is a PR nightmare for the social media company, but it could hold Facebook back later in ways most watchers aren't considering.