179.25 +0.15 (0.08%)
Pre-Market: 7:47AM EST
|Bid||179.46 x 100|
|Ask||179.50 x 700|
|Day's Range||175.07 - 179.25|
|52 Week Range||119.37 - 179.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||19.45|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.52 (1.43%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
The Google Arts & Culture app has been around since 2016, but it wasn’t until Google (GOOG, GOOGL) introduced a new selfie feature that the app went viral in a big way. Google Arts & Culture rolled out a feature allowing people who took selfies with the app to get matched up with faces from museum artworks around the world.
Tech earnings season preview and bitcoin discussion with David Garrity of GVA Research
Apple is the latest company to announce an increase in investment in the U.S. following last year's new tax bill.
Ed Lee, Recode managing editor, weighs in on Apple's announcement of additional investments in the U.S. economy and thousands of jobs.
Twitter’s (TWTR) total costs and expenses (or opex) fell 16% YoY (year-over-year) to $582.4 million in 3Q17 despite the company’s announcing roughly 30 live video partnerships during the quarter. Although Twitter is expected to continue spending more on the product side of things as it seeks to drive more audience growth and platform engagement, its ongoing video strategy, which is part of building a more active audience, isn’t expected to drive costs through the roof. As much as Twitter is betting on videos to drive audience growth, platform engagement, and revenue and profitability improvements, it turns out that the company has designed its video strategy in a way that is less draining on its resources.
After five years of rapid growth, technology companies are expected to issue less debt in 2018 as they start to bring some of the cash parked overseas back to the U.S.
Apple tax payment could spark repatriation trend; A GE split could be good news; US companies laud tax benefits.
Stronger-than-expected China GDP data, as well as a robust U.S. corporate earnings season, has added $1.3 trillion to global portfolios this year in the best start for global stocks since 1988.
Apple reclaimed a buy point yet again but volume was so-so and the stock remains a laggard. ASML and Atlassian cleared buy points in strong trade with rising RS lines.
European Union regulators reacted coolly to Apple Inc.’s move to repatriate hundreds of billions of overseas dollars to the U.S., saying “nothing has changed” in its order for the iPhone maker to pay back ...
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Apple Inc. announced a series of plans on Wednesday that were celebrated as promises to hire thousands of workers and bring home billions of dollars in cash, but that isn’t what Apple said.
The iPhone maker will likely have $44 billion left over from its repatriation bonanza, once debts, promises and investments are taken into account. The big question is: What will the company known for ...
Steve Jobs, one of the founders of Apple and its longtime chief executive officer, has been dead for over six years. His influence at the company has continued all that time.
Apple's decision to repatriate some of its $252 billion cash pile could spark a wave of similar moves to bring back an estimated $3 trillion in overseas dollars.
TSMC's 2018 revenue forecast is good news for the resurgent chip sector, but its modestly disappointing first quarter forecast raises new iPhone X demand questions.