|Bid||1,121.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,122.90 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,110.56 - 1,121.99|
|52 Week Range||803.37 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||61.71|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Sales of smart speakers are growing, but retail experts are skeptical that voice supported technology will prove valuable for fashion brands, Glossy reports . A new report from digital software company Episerver showed that 40 percent of consumers own a voice-activated device like Amazon Echo and Google Home, but only 60 percent actually use it. Joey Moore, director of product marketing at Episerver, told Glossy that he doesn’t see voice devices infiltrating the fashion industry any time soon.
United Parcel Service Inc. (UPS) said it's moving forward in its machine learning capabilities by expanding its "chatbot" to Google Assistant. The chatbot lets customers retrieve information on package deliveries and other UPS services via the Assistant on Android phones, iPhones, smart speakers like Google Home and other compatible devices. The chatbot is designed for a conversational interface.
Among the companies with shares expected to trade actively in Monday's session are Facebook, Alphabet, Apple, Nike, CSRA and Newell Brands.
Are they vague? Do you need a college degree to understand them? And just how optimistic is Mark Zuckerberg?
Our call of the day is backing up some downbeat sentiment surrounding Facebook and Google parent Alphabet right now. And growing calls for regulation have a lot to do with it.
Google and Facebook have dominated the U.S. digital advertising market for years, but new data show signs that platforms like Amazon and Snapchat are chipping away at the digital duopoly’s market share....
U.S. stock futures fall ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting on Wednesday; Facebook comes under fire from lawmakers; the court battle over the AT&T and Time Warner merger begins this week.
Facebook fell sharply early Monday after disclosing that Cambridge Analytica mined data from 50 million users. The S&P 500 is likely to undercut its 50-day again.
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google routinely fields product queries from millions of shoppers. The U.S. technology company is teaming up with retailers including Target Corp (TGT.N), Walmart Inc (WMT.N), Home Depot Inc (HD.N), Costco Wholesale Corp (COST.O) and Ulta Beauty Inc (ULTA.O). Under a new program, retailers can list their products on Google Search, as well as on the Google Express shopping service, and Google Assistant on mobile phones and voice devices.
Alphabet Inc's Google routinely fields product queries from millions of shoppers. The U.S. technology company is teaming up with retailers including Target Corp, Walmart Inc, Home Depot Inc, Costco Wholesale Corp and Ulta Beauty Inc. Under a new program, retailers can list their products on Google Search, as well as on the Google Express shopping service, and Google Assistant on mobile phones and voice devices.