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|Bid||1,122.12 x 200|
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|Day's Range||1,117.83 - 1,139.91|
|52 Week Range||790.52 - 1,139.91|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||37.49|
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The Consumer Electronics Show takes place in Las Vegas every January, perfectly timed to drain the joy out of the holidays for 170,000 people. The Consumer Electronics Show comes once a year, whether we like it or not.
After a big fundraise and subsequent reorganization last year at Coursera -- which saw a change of CEO, as well as the departure of its COO, CFO, CMO and CPO (along with some 40 others) -- the online education startup is today launching a new IT course with Google to underscore its message that the ship is still sailing as it passes 30 million users and 2,500 courses. Coursera cites statistics that say that at the moment there are some 150,000 unfilled IT support jobs in the US alone. For some context, this is the typical price of a Coursera subscription, although in the case of this course, Google is subsidising it.
The public dealership chain has added AutoNation-branded used-car stores, collision shops and auto parts, and it struck an early deal with Waymo to repair and maintain its fleet of self-driving cars.
Google is trying a new hiring tactic: pay to train other companies’ employees. The tech giant announced on Jan. 16 that it had turned its internal IT training program into an online course and was offering scholarships for up to 10,000 Americans. While Google plans to hire from this pool of students, most of the…
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Ripple owns about $80 billion worth of digital currency and could sell hundreds of millions of dollars worth a month.
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