203.80 -0.73 (-0.36%)
Pre-Market: 6:49AM EDT
|Bid||204.04 x 800|
|Ask||204.30 x 1300|
|Day's Range||202.34 - 204.94|
|52 Week Range||142.00 - 233.47|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||16.87|
|Earnings Date||Apr 30, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||2.92 (1.54%)|
|1y Target Est||193.12|
An 18-year-old from New York has filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Apple overa false arrest he says happened because of Apple's face recognition system
India's ban on popular Chinese video app TikTok is resulting in "financial losses" of up to $500,000 a day for its developer, Beijing Bytedance Technology Co, and has put more than 250 jobs at risk, the company said in a court filing seen by Reuters. TikTok allows users to create and share short videos with special effects and is one of the world's most popular apps. It has been downloaded by nearly 300 million users so far in India, out of more than 1 billion downloads globally, according to analytics firm Sensor Tower.
Unfortunately, Samsung has simply proven that it can’t actually do foldable phones after all. This poor product execution comes a little more than two years after the release of the exploding Galaxy Note 7, a device that earned the rare honor of being banned by name from airlines around the world. As predicted, consumers forgave Samsung and were more than willing to revisit the brand after that dust had settled. Another smartphone product failure would be costly, and as my colleague Alex Webb wrote last week, could poison consumer appetite for foldable phones overall.
Nearly every other company working on autonomous driving technology — from Google to global automakers like General Motors and Audi — are using computers that analyze data from a combination of lidar, radar and cameras to guide their vehicles. But Tesla CEO Elon Musk insists that "lidar is a fools errand."
NEW YORK, April 22, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- Faruqi & Faruqi, LLP, a leading national securities law firm, reminds investors in Apple, Inc. ("Apple" or the "Company") (NASDAQ:APPL) of the June 17, 2019 deadline to seek the role of lead plaintiff in a federal securities class action that has been filed against the Company. If you invested in Apple stock or options between November 2, 2018 and January 2, 2019 and would like to discuss your legal rights, click here: www.faruqilaw.com/APPL. There is no cost or obligation to you.
Can Berkshire Hathaway Play Catch-Up with the S&P 500 This Year?(Continued from Prior Part)Share buybacks Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) chair Warren Buffett hasn’t been a big fan of share buybacks. Buffett prefers companies that invest cash in
Can Berkshire Hathaway Play Catch-Up with the S&P 500 This Year?(Continued from Prior Part)Buffett In his 2018 annual letter, Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) chair Warren Buffett said that he and vice-chair Charlie Munger “hope for an
Apple is up and in buy range after a breakout. The Dow Jones Industrial Average is still down mildly. Oil and gas play Cactus is breaking out.
Tesla Inc. stock held to losses around 3.6% as the company's investor day, solely focused on its autonomous driving capabilities, is under way. Tesla's Peter Bannon, VP of hardware engineering and former Apple Inc. executive, has introduced Tesla's in-house Full Self Driving computer, saying that the company set off to work on it three years ago after it realized there was nothing specifically designed for autonomous driving. The computer will fit behind a Tesla vehicle's glove box and hold two independent chips which will run only Tesla-encrypted software. Chief Executive Elon Musk said that "any part of this could fail and the car (would keep on) driving." Musk later on called the computer the "best in the world" and that all Tesla cars have everything necessary for self-driving currently, minus the software. The chips were installed in new Model S and Model X vehicles in March and are being installed in Model 3s now.
Understanding Intel's Exit from the 5G Smartphone Modem BusinessIntel’s 5G smartphone modem exit comes as a surprise On April 17, Qualcomm (QCOM) and Apple (AAPL) suddenly settled their two-year licensing dispute, over which the two companies had
JC Penney (NYSE:JCP) announced that the retailer will no longer be accepting Apple Pay (NASDAQ:AAPL) moving forward, despite allowing consumers to utilize the app in the past.The department store chain announced that the days in which you can use Apple Pay at its physical stores or on its iOS app are over… at least for now. It is unclear if the service will return to its stores sometime in the future."JCPenney made the decision to remove Apple Pay for our stores, we apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused," the company wrote on a tweet last Saturday. "We will definitely forward your feedback regarding this for review."InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsThe business decided to tweet the move to the public after receiving a complaint from a customer who mentioned that his wife was unable to make a purchase using Apple Pay at one of its locations."@jcpenney my wife went to your store today to buy stuff. She had her phone ready to pay and was told you guys removed Applepay. Why would you remove a very secure form of payment? Do you not care about your customers security? stupididea Security," wrote @TheCombaticons.The decision drew some criticism as there were customers who noted that some of JC Penney's rivals accept Apple Pay, including the likes of Kohls and Target. The chain added Apple Pay originally back in 2017 nationwide following a 2015 test.JCP stock is up about 2% on Monday. AAPL stock is up 0.3%. More From InvestorPlace * 5 Dividend Stocks Perfect for Retirees * 7 Tech Stocks With Too Much Risk, Not Enough Upside * 7 Stocks to Buy for Spring Season Growth Compare Brokers The post Does JC Penney Accept Apple Pay? Not Anymore … appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Leading the Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) rumor mill today is details about the 5G iPhone. Today, we'll look at that and other Apple Rumors for Monday.5G iPhone: More details about possible plans for the 5G iPhone are coming out, reports 9to5Mac. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, Apple will be getting the chips for its 5G iPhone from two companies. This includes Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM), as well as Samsung. Kuo also believes that the launch of a 5G iPhone will result in sales between 195 million and 200 million units. He expects the device to come out in the second half of 2020.Pay: JC Penney (NYSE:JCP) is no longer accepting Apple Pay at any of its stores, AppleInsider notes. The change wasn't formally announced by the company, but was revealed in a post on Twitter (NYSE:TWTR) after a customer asked about it. The change also means that customers can't use Pay to complete transactions through the JC Penny iOS app. The company also isn't accepting any other form of contactless payment, either.InvestorPlace - Stock Market News, Stock Advice & Trading TipsiOS 12.3 Beta: A new beta for iOS 12.3 is out, reports MacRumors. This is the newest version of the beta available to developers. It is also the third version of the developer beta to come out. It is available from the Developer Center or via an over-the-air update. Those taking part in the public beta of iOS 12.3 will likely see an update in the next few days.Check out more recent Apple Rumors or Subscribe to Apple Rumors : RSS As of this writing, William White did not hold a position in any of the aforementioned securities. Compare Brokers The post Monday Apple Rumors: 5G iPhone May Get Chips from Two Sources appeared first on InvestorPlace.
Can Berkshire Hathaway Play Catch-Up with the S&P 500 This Year?Berkshire Hathaway Berkshire Hathaway (BRK-B) has an enviable long-term track record compared to the S&P 500 (SPY). Berkshire outperformed the S&P 500 by a wide margin of
But it sounds more like an internal operating system for its hardware products than a potential rival for Alexa or Siri.
Samsung is in hot water after reported issues with their Galaxy Fold screens. The company is now delaying the launch of its Galaxy Fold device in China and now the U.S. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, Brian Sozzi, Andy Serwer, and Dan Howley discuss.