|Bid||146.73 x 800|
|Ask||146.78 x 900|
|Day's Range||145.57 - 148.30|
|52 Week Range||96.05 - 161.19|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.23|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||152.94|
|Earnings Date||Nov 19, 2018 - Nov 23, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||171.95|
Adobe skyrocketed 9.5% on Tuesday as Wall Street applauded its cloud-oriented product road map and sales guidance for next year.
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“There’s a group of people in the city who are willing to give,” said Benioff at Wired’s 25th anniversary summit on Monday. “And there’s a group of people in the city who don’t.”
Few have done so as spectacularly as Adobe Systems (NASDAQ:ADBE). John Warnock and Charles Geschke founded Adobe around PC tools like PostScript and Photoshop. Adobe said Oct. 15 it expects top-line growth of 20% next year, to $10.8 billion, well above previous analyst estimates, and the stock rose almost 6% in response.
Salesforce has been a tenant in the building for several years. In 2015, it began expanding by building-out more office space on the 31st floor. It hasn’t slowed down since.
ATLANTA, Oct. 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Salesforce (CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced Salesforce Tower Atlanta, significantly expanding the company's regional headquarters in Atlanta. As part of the expansion, Salesforce plans to add 600 new jobs locally, over the next five years, helping fuel the city's economic development.
Paul Allen's contributions to our company, our industry and to our community are indispensable. As co-founder of Microsoft, in his own quiet and persistent way, he created magical products, experiences and institutions, and in doing so, he changed the world.
Salesforce CEO, chairman and founder Marc Benioff admonished San Francisco's tech billionaires to give more, and stay connected with their city neighbors-- not just shareholders. Benioff spoke at Wired's 25th anniversary in San Francisco. The Salesforce chief recently argued with Twitter and Square CEO Jack Dorsey over a proposal to generate money to solve San Francisco's homelessness crisis through taxing big employers there.
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — San Francisco has come to be known around the world as a place for aggressive panhandling, open-air drug use and sprawling tent camps, the dirt and despair all the more remarkable for the city's immense wealth.
Adobe remains a cash machine, benefiting from 20%-plus revenue growth, and GAAP operating margins are near 30%. The company's software-as-a-service-based products are bucketed into three segments: digital media, digital experience, and publishing.
Conventional wisdom says insiders and 10 percent owners really only buy shares of a company for one reason -- they believe the stock price will rise and they want to profit from it. While the board chair and other Salesforce.com, inc. (NYSE: CRM) executives have been selling throughout October, one director stepped up to the buy window this past week. The company's collaboration with eMoney was on display at the eMoney Summit 2018 in Orlando.
The largest insider buys this week were for Salesforce.com Inc., DISH Network Corp, Thor Industries Inc. and Cal-Maine Foods Inc.
Jim Cramer held a boot camp for investors Saturday in New York. , said Paul Rodriguez, managing director at Arthur W. Wood Co. But he added that Splunk, which makes software to help companies analyze big data, is light years ahead of Amazon in its area. "One of the biggest themes that we invest on is network effect," said Naomi Shah, an analyst with Union Square Ventures.
Salesforce.com Inc. CEO Marc Benioff appeared to challenge Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over his commitment to philanthropy in the city where both companies have their headquarters. “Exactly [how] much have his companies & [he] personally given back to our city, our homeless programs, public hospitals, & public schools?” Mr. Benioff wrote in reference to Mr. Dorsey on Twitter.
SAN FRANCISCO , Oct. 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Salesforce (NYSE: CRM), the global leader in CRM, today announced that Chairman and co-CEO Marc Benioff will speak at WIRED25 on Monday, October 15, 2018 . ...
(Bloomberg) -- Salesforce.com Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff gave fellow San Francisco corporate titan Jack Dorsey a piece of his mind on Twitter Friday. Benioff is one of the few tech leaders willing to criticize his own so openly.On Twitter, Benioff questioned Dorsey’s commitment to combating the city’s homeless crisis and drew attention to tax breaks that he said Dorsey’s companies, Twitter Inc. and Square Inc., got for putting their offices on Market Street, a main San Francisco thoroughfare that is a nexus of poverty and urban renewal. ...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff disagree over a San Francisco ballot measure that seeks to tax large companies to fund the city's homelessness crisis. On Friday, Twitter TWTR CEO Jack Dorsey and Salesforce CRM CEO Marc Benioff publicly sparred over a controversial proposal to fight homelessness in San Francisco.
Voters in San Francisco will go to the polls in November to vote on a number of ballot measures that will impact Bay Area businesses, including an increase to your taxes.
Investors hoping for a calm day on Wall Street Thursday were sorely disappointed as stocks swung 800 points. Square and Netflix were among the day's losers.
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