|Bid||1,724.95 x 1000|
|Ask||1,725.33 x 1100|
|Day's Range||1,700.39 - 1,727.79|
|52 Week Range||931.75 - 1,727.79|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||217.23|
|Earnings Date||Jul 25, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,834.52|
Tuesday, June 19: President Donald Trump is looking to slap tariffs on another $200 billion of Chinese goods; Puma names Jay-Z creative director of Puma Basketball; Oprah Winfrey makes top 500 richest list as her wealth rises. Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts serves up three hot stories.
Netflix, Amazon, Wells Fargo, Roche and Apple are the companies to watch.
Hub by Amazon has been around for about a year now. The company introduced its
Nomi Prins and ‘Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World’MarketWatch photo illustration/Amazon, iStockphotoCentral banks come in for a bashing in the book that Amazon.com lists as the best business and leadership book so far this year.
Mall: “an urban shopping area featuring a variety of shops surrounding a usually open-air concourse reserved for pedestrian traffic.” American dictionary publisher Merriam-Webster may need to tweak that ...
A few months ago, social media giant Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) was sputtering out of control on data privacy concerns and hit rock bottom around $150. After all, the only thing Facebook stock has done over the past several months is string together multiple long-term growth catalysts, the sum of which have put those data privacy concerns to rest and powered the stock to all-time highs right below $200. Facebook Gaming, which has long been a nascent business oozing with potential for Facebook, is now starting to make some serious moves to put it on par with Twitch, the live streaming platform owned by Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN).
Young women, after a few days in Venice, turn into ripe pears, succulent, soft and shiny-skinned. This is like our still adolescent Facebook which shows annualized 5-year growth of 51.5%, practically double Netflix’s numbers with Amazon at 23.8%. AT&T just summarily detached the “Time” from Time Warner.
CrowdStrike said on Tuesday it has raised $200 million in its latest round of funding, putting the cloud-based cybersecurity company's valuation at more than $3 billion. Using artificial intelligence, CrowdStrike offers cloud-delivered protection that allows companies to detect possible threats before a breach occurs. The series E round of financing was led by General Atlantic, Accel and IVP, with participation from existing investors CapitalG, an investment arm of Google parent company Alphabet Inc, and March Capital, CrowdStrike said.
It’s been another bumper year so far for Chinese e-commerce firm Alibaba Group Holding Ltd (NYSE:BABA). Alibaba stock has made its way more than 60% higher over the course of the year and investors who have stuck with the “Amazon of China” since 2016 have seen returns of more than 120%. Alibaba stock has seen its fair share of peaks and troughs over the past year as investors weigh the risks of investing in a Chinese tech firm against the potential growth the company is offering.
One can dream, right? There has been a whopping $1.85 trillion in global M&A so far in 2018, according to Dealogic, from 12,659 total deals. But there are three deals that would make some serious headlines.
Guests who find Amazon Echo in their hotel rooms can ask as for hotel information, contact housekeeping, request room service and other services and play music.
Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) just keeps getting more valuable, because Facebook stock is a diverse stock in and of itself. That won’t shield it from another internet bubble burst, but buying a company with physical, real world assets might. New media companies are now as vulnerable as they were the last time the internet bubble burst.
Semiconductor stocks have been the subject of unpredictable volatility so far this year, but the underlying business of this industry is growing—and should continue that trend in 2018 and beyond. Throughout the chip-making space, companies have successfully adapted to the changing needs of the consumer, including an increased demand for small, high-powered chips that enable “Internet of Things” (IoT) devices. For those that don’t know, the Internet of Things is the growing world of interconnected household and industrial devices.
Amazon (AMZN) unveils Prime in Australia to enhance shopping experience of its customers in the country. This is likely to drive the Prime membership.
Apple (AAPL) has stepped up its pursuit of revenue in the digital books market, setting the stage for more confrontation with Amazon (AMZN). Apple has redesigned and renamed its e-book reader app for iPhone and iPad with the aim of making discovering and reading digital books effortless. Apple’s revamped digital book reader is called Apple Books, and it is scheduled to debut with the release of the iOS 12 update this fall.
On Tuesday, CVS Health Corp. ( CVS) announced plans to roll out delivery of prescription drugs and some over-the-counter medicines to consumers' homes. As the drugstore chain seeks to protect itself from Amazon.com Inc.'s ( AMZN) push into the industry, the company has taken preemptive measures to protect its turf, such as a proposed a $66 billion bid to merge with health insurer Aetna Inc. ( AET). CVS will enlist the U.S. Postal Service for its new home delivery service, which will pick up prescriptions at stores and bring them directly to customers' doorsteps within one or two days.
Hubs are essentially a broader use case for Amazon lockers and are marketed to apartment buildings or residences. It's another hint that Amazon is eyeing a broader logistics play and the first time the company has ventured beyond its own transactions and shipments. Amazon previously introduced delivery options that would leave a package directly inside a shopper's home or car trunk.
Launching a new digital marketplace would help Roku compete more directly with traditional cable providers, and could spark a new wave of sign-ups for video subscription services like CBS All Access and HBO Now.