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|Bid||1,078.15 x 800|
|Ask||1,078.51 x 1300|
|Day's Range||1,066.45 - 1,080.44|
|52 Week Range||894.79 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||59.97|
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Amazon keeps elbowing its way into new industries. Its latest push into the world of finance is raising eyebrows particularly with the Fed. Yahoo Finance's Seana Smith and Dan Roberts discuss with Yahoo Finance Tech Critic, David Pogue.
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Is Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google back to waging a price war on its cloud-computing rivals? Google recently revamped its consumer cloud storage plans, with changes including rebranding, lowering prices, and releasing brand new plans at competitive prices. The company renamed its paid consumer storage service Google One. Its free storage service will continue to be called Google Drive.
Google’s YouTube finally seems to be taking streaming seriously. It recently said it will be restructuring YouTube Red, its video streaming and music streaming platform. YouTube hasn’t spent as much as Netflix (NFLX) on content, despite the deep pockets of its parent company Alphabet (GOOGL).
Apple transferred cash in to the Irish escrow account, its HomePod is off to a good start, Bernstein sees near-term pressure on its services business and the legal battle with Samsung continues.
Google’s Home smart speakers outsold Amazon’s Echos in the first quarter, according to new data. Alphabet-owned (GOOGL) Google shipped 3.2 million Home and Home Mini devices in Q1, according to Canalys, beating Amazon.com’s (AMZN) 2.5 million Echos. Amazon’s Alexa-equipped Echos substantially outsold not just Google’s, but everyone’s, last year, and this is the first time Google outperformed the retailer in the fast-growing segment, Canalys said.
Facebook Inc on Thursday launched an archive of U.S. political ads that appear on the world's largest social network, showing who paid for them and other details, after an outcry over Russians' alleged purchase of such ads during the 2016 elections. Facebook, which has 2.2 billion monthly active users, pledged seven months ago to create a cache, saying on the eve of U.S. congressional hearings that it wanted to increase transparency about its role in political advertising. Digital services such as Facebook, Twitter Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google and YouTube have upended how political campaigns reach voters in many countries because of their power at targeting ads at narrow audiences and their low cost compared to television ads.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is eating into Amazon’s (AMZN) share of the smart speaker market, according to a new report. Amazon made an early entrance into the smart speaker business, allowing it to capture the lion’s share of the global smart speaker market at a time when its competitors were still trying to figure out how to venture into the business of building speakers capable of taking and acting on voice instruction.
Gazprom pledged to set gas prices in line with open Western European markets, allow clients to more frequently ask for price revisions and remove restrictions on reselling gas across borders, according to the European Commission, the EU’s executive body. The EU’s agreement with Gazprom drew fire from some member countries and risked stoking trans-Atlantic tensions by widening bilateral clashes on issues ranging from trade to foreign policy.
U.S. tech giants shouldn't have a problem meeting Europe's new data privacy standards, but it's going to cost them. and scores of other U.S. tech firms have been busy changing their data policies and communicating with users to comply with the European Union's General Data Privacy Regulation, or GDPR, which goes into effect on May 25. Unlike retailers and banks, tech companies are well-equipped to adapt to the new rules, said AT Kearney principal Rajesh John.