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|Bid||1,580.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,581.50 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,563.17 - 1,590.00|
|52 Week Range||833.50 - 1,617.54|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||257.21|
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The Game Developers Conference runs from March 19 to March 23 and lays out the industry’s plans for the year. It might lack the headline-grabbing software bonanza of a consumer-oriented event like E3, but when it comes to the business of games, the Game Developers Conference (GDC) is the most important show of the year. Now in its 29th year, GDC drills down into the beating heart of video games by appealing to perhaps the most important gamers of all: the ones who make them.
Facebook’s CEO Mark Zuckerberg will reportedly speak about the data controversy that has inflamed lawmakers and hammered his company's stock price. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dion Rabouin, and David Nelson of Belpointe Asset Management discuss.
Starbucks Corp (SBUX.O) wants more people to use its time-saving mobile ordering app that lets customers buy drinks without waiting in line. Interviews with more than two dozen Starbucks customers suggest that the move, aimed at countering robust competition from fast-food chains and other coffee sellers, may face obstacles. Such comments highlight Starbucks' cultural conundrum: How can the company meet the demands of tech-savvy, time-crunched customers as well as growth-hungry investors without turning into a commodity fast-food chain?
JD.com, eager to embrace the moniker of "China's Amazon," has several high-tech initiatives in the works, helping it keep abreast of its American counterpart.
The biggest social network on the planet should seriously consider updating these practices.
LinkedIn’s annual list of the Top 50 Companies to Work in America has been updated for 2018, and Google is no longer No. 1.
Reports that Toys 'R' Us may liquidate operations hit toy makers stocks like Mattel (MAT) and Hasbro (HAS) pretty hard, as well as stroller maker Newell Brands (NWL). Credit Suisse's Seth Sigman takes a look at the big box retailer Thursday, writing that it should disproportionately benefit, if not immediately. Yes, there's still a good deal of inventory left to liquidate from Toys 'R' Us, and that could limit upside for Target for the first half of the year.
Employers want to get a good sense of a prospective employee, according to Amazon recruiter Miriam Park.
Cloud storage firm Dropbox Inc raised the price range for its initial public offering by $2 on Wednesday as investors bid strongly for the first big tech IPO this year ahead of final pricing expected on Thursday. The new price range suggests the company, co-founded by Andrew Houston and Arash Ferdowsi in 2007, could have a market capitalization of up to $8.7 billion based on a fully diluted share count and the IPO could raise up to $720 million. "The initial file price range was quite conservative relative to the valuations placed on comparable firms, such as Box," said Jay Ritter, an IPO expert and professor at the University of Florida.
Amazon has overtaken Alphabet as the US’s second most-valuable publicly traded company behind Apple. The e-commerce giant’s shares have soared over the past year on huge profits, mounting growth, and booming and expanding businesses like cloud computing and grocery. Yesterday, the stock rose 2.7% to close at $1,584.91. It brought Amazon’s market capitalization to a…
Now, related to Amazon's dominance in retail is the sad decline of Toys R Us. The company laying out out its liquidation plan as it looks to close all of its stores, and reports have indicated that Amazon may be buying some stores. But this is all coming at a time when the toy industry is actually bigger than its ever been, what's the deal? --