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|Bid||15.00 x 800|
|Ask||24.00 x 1100|
|Day's Range||19.20 - 19.75|
|52 Week Range||10.24 - 23.95|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||2.39|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings Date||Nov 7, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||22.55|
HomeAdvisor acquired a startup last week that company officials said gave them an in with millennials approaching homeownership.
GOLDEN, Colo., Oct. 17, 2018 -- After the close of market trading on Wednesday, November 7, 2018, ANGI Homeservices (NASDAQ: ANGI) will post its third quarter results on the.
A year after Colorado-based HomeAdvisor merged with Angie’s List to form Angi Homeservices, Chris Terrill, the CEO who led the multi-billion dollar merger made the decision to step down. The company this week announced that Terrill, who has served as CEO of HomeAdvisor since 2011, will remain as CEO until Brandon Ridenour, the company’s chief product officer, takes over after the new year. Joey Levin, chairman of the Angi Homeservices board (Nasdaq: ANGI), said the succession plan has been “a long time in the making.” Denver Business Journal got a few minutes with Ridenour last week to learn more about him and what’s in store for the company.
Tech stocks enjoyed a scorching summer. The technology-heavy Nasdaq Composite has just experienced its best August since 2000, climbing 5.7% in just one month. Heavyweights such as Apple (AAPL) and Amazon (AMZN) are responsible for propelling the index to new highs, with Apple climbing 19% in just a month. Both have now touched the vaunted $1 trillion-market-cap mark. The key question now is: Are valuations beginning to look a little stretched? Kevin O'Leary, chairman of O'Shares ETFs, believes the tech sector will post continued growth into the end of the year. Nonetheless, at this late stage in the game, you must be selective with your time and your money. One way to go about this is to turn to Wall Street's top stock picks. TipRanks' market data has singled out seven "Strong Buy" tech stocks that have unanimous support from the Street's best-performing analysts. In other words, over the past three months, the analysts with the strongest stock-picking track records have doled out nothing but buy-equivalent ratings. That's telling. Let's take a closer look at these seven high-potential tech stocks now: SEE ALSO: 49 Companies Amazon Could Destroy (And 1 It Already Has)
Looking to broaden its product offerings and have an in with millennials as that demographic nears homeownership, Angi Homeservices has acquired Handy, a New York startup that lets people book on-demand services, like home cleaning and furniture assembly. The startup, which operates nationwide, will retain its Handy name and its top executives will continue working in New York. Golden-based Angi Homeservices (Nasdaq: ANGI), which is made up of the merged HomeAdvisor and Angie’s List, will help scale Handy’s platform, allowing it to offer more on-demand services.
ANGI, J.C. Penney, Semtech, Mellanox and Vishay Intertechnology highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
This week, various data purveyors published their third quarter findings. We've covered them here (PwC) and here (Pitchbook). The most recent report comes from Dow Jones. Here's a summary of its Q3 "VentureSource" report: Venture capital investment in U.
ANGI Homeservices on Thursday announced it had agreed to acquire Handy Technologies, Inc., a New York-based household services platform. Handy brings a nationwide retail partnership network that will allow ANGI Homeservices to reach customers who have just made purchases requiring installation. It also expands ANGI's roster of service providers, one of the company's biggest challenges. "Handy gives us a strong foothold in the gig economy space with an innovative product and infrastructure to power retailers' in-home services offerings," said ANGI Homeservices CEO Chris Terrill. The company did not announce the purchase price. In the year to date, ANGI Homeservices shares are up more than 80%.
ANGI Homeservices (ANGI) today announced it has agreed to acquire New York-based Handy Technologies, Inc., an on-demand platform and gig marketplace connecting people looking for household services with independent, pre-screened professionals at a fixed price. “Our customers want to book and instantly buy all kinds of household services from us, and with Handy we can seamlessly deliver on more requests, faster,” said Chris Terrill, CEO, ANGI Homeservices.
Several companies that have been red-hot over the past few months have suddenly become stocks to watch for all the wrong reasons. Stocks do suffer setbacks from time to time. Too many investors have forgotten it, largely thanks to the market's mostly unfettered advance since 2016. But we caught a brief glimpse of that reality in early 2018, when the Standard & Poor's 500-stock index fell roughly 10% from its peak. The bigger-picture backdrop was so overwhelmingly bullish, however, that investors were quick to forget it and rekindle the rally. This more recent stumble in October was a not-so-gentle reminder that stocks aren't bulletproof. Indeed, equities - still up 12% since early April and headed into a time of year known for marketwide weakness - appear ripe for the bearish pressures of heavy profit-taking. And some stocks that have outperformed their peers of late suddenly seem more vulnerable than others. Here are a dozen stocks to watch that may well take the biggest hits should the market tide turn fully bearish. They've been big winners of late, but they don't appear to have the kind of staying power they need to hold their ground when things get rocky. SEE ALSO: 10 Companies Already Hurt by President Trump's Tariffs
Teradyne (TER) continues to perform well on the back of strength in its robust portfolio, Universal Robots, as well as differentiated growth drivers.
Chris Terrill is stepping down as chief executive officer of Angi Homeservices, one year after overseeing the merger of Colorado-based HomeAdvisor with Angie’s List. Brandon Ridenour, current chief product officer, was appointed as the next CEO, company officials said Tuesday. Terrill, who has served as CEO of HomeAdvisor since 2011 will remain as CEO until year’s end.
Angi Homeservices announced Tuesday that it is appointing Chief Product Officer Brandon Ridenour as its next CEO. Current CEO Chris Terrill will stay in the role until the end of the year, at which point ...
ANGI Homeservices Inc. said late Tuesday its board appointed a new chief executive to start off 2019. Brandon Ridenour, ANGI's current chief product officer, will succeed Chris Terrill as CEO following a transition period that ends on Dec. 31, the company said. After that, Terrill will also step down from the board and serve the company in an advisory role. ANGI shares were flat in the extended session, following a 4.2% decline to close at $19.91. IAC Corp. owns a 87% stake in ANGI after buying out Angie's List Inc. in 2017.
Today, ANGI Homeservices (ANGI) announced its Board of Directors appointed Brandon Ridenour, Chief Product Officer, as its next CEO to succeed Chris Terrill. Mr. Terrill will remain in the CEO role during a transition period that will be complete by the end of the year, at which time Mr. Terrill will step down as CEO and from the ANGI Homeservices Board of Directors and continue on with the company in an advisor capacity.
Amazon (AMZN) is rapidly expanding its physical presence in order to increase its share in the retail market. The company plans to open its third Amazon Go store in Chicago.
Garmin's (GRMN) unit, Garmin International, integrates Spotify music on its multisport watches, in a bid to expand its share in the wearable market.
Texas Instruments (TXN) unveils a new isolated amplifier, ISO224, facilitating accurate signal measurements in industrial applications.
As millennials buy homes, baby boomers age in place and America’s houses get older, Wall Street sees a lot of upside for recent IPO, Frontdoor, Inc.
“I’m a super-power user — I was submitting in the ServiceMagic days. Last year, the CEO led the acquisition of its rival, Angie’s List. The deal kept both brands alive as Angi Homeservices (Nasdaq: ANGI) and created a 4,000-employee company that operates across North America and several European countries. You’re almost at the one-year mark since HomeAdvisor merged with Angie’s List.
GOLDEN, Colo., Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, HomeAdvisor, a digital marketplace evolving the way homeowners connect with service professionals and an operating business of ANGI HomeServices (ANGI), announced the opening of a new sales office in Chicago, Illinois, which is set to open in October. "With HomeAdvisor's multiple offices already in the Midwest, we are thrilled to be expanding into Chicago," said Craig Smith, COO of ANGI Homeservices. The Chicago HomeAdvisor office will be the newest HomeAdvisor office to participate in our sales leadership program.
Roost, a leader in Home Telematics for property insurance carriers, today announced it has partnered with HomeAdvisor, the largest US marketplace that connects homeowners to more than 200,000 prescreened service professionals for home projects. As a result, Roost is introducing HomeAdvisor powered “Instant Plumber Connect”, that enables a timely response to urgent water leak issues, as well as easy access to their complete Home Service Professional network, all within the Roost and co-branded partner mobile apps. Following the recent feature addition of emergency weather alerts to Roost and their co-branded apps, the company is now rolling out HomeAdvisor powered functionality to address the immediate needs of Roost Smart Sensor owners.