|Bid||1,038.35 x 100|
|Ask||1,038.88 x 200|
|Day's Range||1,032.05 - 1,039.63|
|52 Week Range||770.41 - 1,062.38|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||34.73|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Tech favorites Apple and the FANG stocks — Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google — will face headwinds in the New Year.
Pokemon GO's Gen 3 launch has been fantastic, and Niantic deserves some kudos for a job well done.
A spat recently erupted between Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google and Amazon (AMZN), leading Google to block access to YouTube on certain Amazon devices.
YouTube is recruiting thousands of human reviewers so that by 2018, there could be more than 10,000 people monitoring the video platform.
Facebook (FB), Alphabet (GOOGL), Amazon (AMZN), Netflix (NFLX), and Apple (AAPL) — may see smaller gains in 2018 than they did this year, write analysts Brian Nowak and Katy Huberty in a note to clients this morning, given that the returns of bull-market stocks tend to fade after about a year. As they put it, "large cap leaders in bull markets do not typically sustain outperformance from one year to the next." Write the authors, "While we believe that fundamental drivers for these stocks remain intact, history indicates returns may moderate their pace and we question whether growth over value can continue to be as meaningful a driver of returns." The stocks have added to their respective market caps in a big way this year, the analysts write. Apple, Amazon, Alphabet, Facebook, and Netflix have each added $261 billion, $204 billion, $175 billion, $157 billion, and $28 billion, respectively.
If San Jose-based Broadcom forges ahead with its proposed $130 billion buyout of Qualcomm , it’ll likely face public opposition from Google and Microsoft, CNBC reports , citing unnamed sources. Both companies have told Qualcomm executives in private the deal would be bad for them for two reasons: Apple would likely win concessions in its ongoing lawsuit with Qualcomm, which could improve the company’s already generous profit margin on iPhones and iPads, and Broadcom might not invest in 5G chip development at the same pace as an independent Qualcomm, CNBC reports.
America needs more books like Bloom's. It's funny and smart, which is a rare combination in a country where much of the publishing industry looks to bang out 'worthy' beard-pulling tomes that may never fully get read. His work is a refreshing change.
Shares of semiconductor maker NXP Semiconductors (NXPI) are up $1.01, or 0.9%, at $116.30, after activist firm Elliott Management, which owns 6% of NXP, released a letter saying the existing offer to buy the company put forward by Qualcomm (QCOM) is too low. The firm said "NXP is worth $135 per share” versus the $110 that had been agreed to from Qualcomm when the deal was announced back in October of last year. According to Elliott, "Qualcomm’s offer of $110 per share is acting as a ceiling” on NXP shares, given other semi stocks have beaten NXP’s share price increase by 25% since the deal was announced.
The heavyweight bout between Alphabet Inc.-owned Google and Amazon.com Inc. shot into public view this week, as Google pulled its YouTube streaming service from some Amazon devices, but that isn’t the ...
Earlier this week, Google removed its YouTube streaming service from some of Amazon's devices, including Amazon Fire TV and the Echo Show.
I've gone all-in on Amazon's line of Alexa-powered speakers, installing them throughout my home and buying them for family members. We use them to play music and news, tell jokes and get the weather. And ...
This week’s milestones in the history of technology reveal the most important—and quite neglected—technology trend contributing to the success of Apple, Google, and Microsoft, ultimately making them today’s three most valuable US companies.
New media is slowly and steadily supplanting traditional media sources. Print media has been on a secular decline, as news and information disseminated online has grown. As this paradigm shift continues, ...
There are now 55 Gen 3 Pokemon in Pokemon GO, but there are certain ones that you should definitely be hunting more than most.
Is googling your symptoms a good idea or a bad idea? One way to find out is to google this question. Type “googling symptoms” into Google’s search bar, and you’ll be confronted by a slew of headlines like “Doctors really, really want you to stop googling your symptoms” and “Here’s why googling your symptoms is…
It had all the makings of a long-overdue coming-out party for augmented reality. In June, Apple (AAPL) unfurled a new technology, called ARKit, for its developers to create AR apps for hundreds of millions of Apple’s mobile devices. “Simply put, we believe augmented reality is going to change the way we use technology forever,” Apple CEO Tim Cook said during the company’s fourth-quarter earnings call last month.
Chua Soon Ghee, partner and managing director for Southeast Asia at A.T. Kearney, says firms such as Facebook, Google and Apple can expect closer scrutiny by Asian regulators.