|Bid||984.00 x 1000|
|Ask||988.20 x 100|
|Day's Range||978.39 - 988.88|
|52 Week Range||727.54 - 997.21|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||35.68|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Today Google announced a new labeled dataset of human actions taking place in videos.
A new bipartisan bill known as the Honest Ads Act is the first major attempt to regulate online platforms that sell ads with rules akin to those that apply to more traditional advertising on TV, radio and in print. The bill, introduced today by Democratic Senators Mark Warner and Amy Klobuchar, with a bipartisan boost from Republican Senator John McCain, imposes regulations on social platforms, websites, ad networks and other online entities with more than 50 million unique users per month. Russia attempted to influence the 2016 presidential election by buying and placing political ads on platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and Google.
Google today is announcing a number of changes to its Google Play app store, the most notable being a new way to try apps immediately without having to first install them on your mobile device.
Why Microsoft is playing nice with Apple and Google
Oct.19 -- Lyft raised $1 billion in a deal that values the ride-sharing startup at $11 billion, steps up competition with rival Uber and builds ties with internet giant Alphabet. Bloomberg's Eric Newcomer reports on "Bloomberg Technology." Technalysis Research President Bob O'Donnell also comments.
Pinterest began rolling out targeted ads based on searches for its partners earlier this year, giving it another moment in time to catch potential customers as they try to sniff out new things they might buy — and now everyone else will get a piece of that. The company said it is adding search ads to its Ads manager today, letting businesses target customers searching for potential products, which basically gives them the opportunity to put an ad in front of them at a moment when they've signaled some intent or interest in an idea or product. Pinterest also said it will give businesses the ability to auto-target relevant searches based on its extensive "Taste Graph," which includes more than 5,000 interests and opened up to marketers in September.
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Ride-hailing startup Lyft raised $1 billion in a funding round led by Alphabet’s CapitalG unit, boosting its valuation by nearly 50% as it eyes expansion.
Stock futures rose Thursday night after the Senate approved a budget resolution that paves the way for tax cuts. Several top-rated stocks already were moving late.
By law, large companies must report the breakdown of their workforces by gender and race, but the federal government keeps that data secret.
Six months ago, Lyft raised $600 million from a conglomeration of investors. Lyft said the latest round boosts its valuation to $11 billion from $7.5 billion. CapitalG partner David Lawee will join the company's board, Lyft said, bringing it to a total of 10 directors.