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1,188.82
+5.34 (+0.45%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close1,183.48
Open1,185.00
Bid1,188.06 x 1400
Ask1,191.00 x 1400
Day's Range1,180.00 - 1,195.42
52 Week Range903.40 - 1,195.42
Volume1,058,240
Avg. Volume1,531,966
Market Cap828.165B
Beta1.30
PE Ratio (TTM)50.33
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    [$$] Will Bitcoin Save Us From Google?

    Let’s probe Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Google, because they make up about 12% of the S&P 500—while representing almost all of the stock-market’s gains this year. Apple’s problems already have become visible. Apple hopes to make it up in services, but Google leads in maps, Netflix in video, and Uber in transportation.

  • 1 Thing That Sets PayPal Apart From the Competition
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    1 Thing That Sets PayPal Apart From the Competition

    And it's practically set on autopilot.

  • EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps
    Bloombergyesterday

    EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps

    Google’s latest European Union woes could mean opportunity knocks for app developers stymied by contracts that pre-install the U.S. giant’s own services on Android phones and tablets, according to analysts and companies. The Alphabet Inc. unit is expected to face an antitrust fine over Android in the coming days that could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty for shutting out rivals to its shopping search service. “It would dramatically help us,” said Gabriel Weinberg, chief executive officer of Paoli, Pennsylvania-based DuckDuckGo Inc., a search engine that doesn’t track users.

  • EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps
    Bloombergyesterday

    EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps

    Google’s latest European Union woes could mean opportunity knocks for app developers stymied by contracts that pre-install the U.S. giant’s own services on Android phones and tablets, according to analysts and companies. The Alphabet Inc. unit is expected to face an antitrust fine over Android in the coming days that could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty for shutting out rivals to its shopping search service. “It would dramatically help us,” said Gabriel Weinberg, chief executive officer of Paoli, Pennsylvania-based DuckDuckGo Inc., a search engine that doesn’t track users.

  • CNBCyesterday

    Even without a GPS, here's why mobile phones are 'the best spying device you can imagine'

    A team of Northeastern University researchers recently found a way to track people with cellphones with GPS capabilities turned off. “People don't really realize that their mobile phone, with access to all these sensors, is, in some sense, potentially like the best spying device you can imagine," one researcher told CNBC. You may think turning off your smartphone’s location will prevent this, but researchers from Northeastern University in Boston found that isn’t always the case.

  • EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case
    The Telegraphyesterday

    EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case

    EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case

  • Mueller probe IDs long-hidden hackers
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Mueller probe IDs long-hidden hackers

    PARIS (AP) — On the morning of March 19, 2016, Den Katenberg ran a little test with big stakes.

  • Reuters2 days ago

    Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet to testify at U.S. House hearing

    The U.S. House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Tuesday to take testimony from Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's YouTube unit and Twitter Inc on whether social media companies are filtering content for political reasons, the committee chairman said. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media companies for what they claim are politically motivated practices in removing some content, a charge the companies have rejected. Twitter declined to comment.

  • Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet to testify at U.S. House hearing
    Reuters2 days ago

    Facebook, Twitter, Alphabet to testify at U.S. House hearing

    The U.S. House Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing on Tuesday to take testimony from Facebook Inc, Alphabet Inc's YouTube unit and Twitter Inc on whether social media companies are filtering content for political reasons, the committee chairman said. Conservative Republicans in Congress have criticized social media companies for what they claim are politically motivated practices in removing some content, a charge the companies have rejected. Twitter declined to comment.

  • InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Cisco Systems Inc. Shows Boring Can Be Beautiful

    Cisco Systems Inc. (NASDAQ:CSCO) stock has gone nowhere since its last disappointing earnings report in May, but in a rising market, hope springs eternal. Cisco Systems has been bringing in between $47-49 billion in revenue for several years now, bringing about one-fifth of that revenue to the net income line, and it had almost $54 billion in cash and short-term securities in the bank at the end of April. It has been using its cash to buy software companies like July Systems, leading to it being called a “safe bet” for technology investors.

  • Long-hidden hackers unmasked by US special counsel
    Associated Press2 days ago

    Long-hidden hackers unmasked by US special counsel

    PARIS (AP) — On the morning of March 19, 2016, Den Katenberg ran a little test with big stakes.

  • Top VC Deals: Uber and Alphabet backed Lime, Larry Page invests in personal aircraft company
    CNBC2 days ago

    Top VC Deals: Uber and Alphabet backed Lime, Larry Page invests in personal aircraft company

    A weekly recap of some of the most interesting venture capital, fund and start-up news.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Top VC Deals: Uber and Alphabet backed Lime, Larry Page invests in personal aircraft company

    Uber and Alphabet are investing $335 million in scooter and bike-sharing company Lime. Early Snapchat and Stitch Fix investor Lightspeed raised $1.8 billion in fresh capital to invest in startups. Alphabet GOOGL , its venture arm GV, and Uber led a $335 million investment into Lime , the mobility start-up that lets users rent bikes or scooters using their smartphones to unlock and pay for them.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    [$$] Microsoft Calls on Government to Regulate Facial-Recognition Technology

    A top Microsoft Corp. executive is calling for the U.S. government to regulate facial-recognition technology, an area Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Facebook Inc. and other tech-giant rivals have made significant bets, and where Microsoft has made its own investments. It is also the latest controversial topic Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer, has taken on.

  • Amazon May Be Gunning for Cisco
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Amazon May Be Gunning for Cisco

    The cloud computing giant is reportedly looking to use cheap networking hardware to make AWS a viable hybrid cloud solution.

  • Facebook reportedly hires AI chip head from Google
    TechCrunch2 days ago

    Facebook reportedly hires AI chip head from Google

    Facebook is continuing to devote more resources to the development of AI-

  • Facebook Hires a Head of Chip Development From Google
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    Facebook Hires a Head of Chip Development From Google

    Facebook Inc. has sent another signal that it’s serious about building its own semiconductors, joining Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, and Amazon.com Inc. in trying to make its own custom chips. The social-networking giant this month hired Shahriar Rabii to be a vice president and its head of silicon. Rabii previously worked at Google, where he helped lead the team in charge of building chips for the company’s devices, including the Pixel smartphone’s custom Visual Core chip, according to his LinkedIn profile.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Facebook, Google and Twitter will testify next week at a House Judiciary hearing on content moderation

    Representatives from Facebook, Twitter and Google parent company Alphabet will testify at a House Judiciary Committee hearing on social media filtering, the committee announced on Friday. Policy heads scheduled to attend on behalf of the three companies include Monika Bickert of Facebook, Juniper Downs of YouTube and Nick Pickles of Twitter.

  • Investopedia2 days ago

    Capitalizing on the Nasdaq 100's New Highs

    The Nasdaq 100 just hit another all-time high, as did the amount of people quoting the percentage of the index's gains that are from its top five components. There are 51 stocks down since the Nasdaq 100's initial peak on Jan. 26, meaning that there is opportunity on both sides of the tape if you're so inclined. What it also tells us is that it doesn't pay to get ideological about how large components like Apple Inc. ( AAPL), Amazon.com, Inc. ( AMZN) and Google parent Alphabet Inc. ( GOOG) have become.

  • InvestorPlace2 days ago

    The Johnson & Johnson Talc Lawsuit Isn’t Over Yet

    Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) is on the hook for $4.7 billion after a Missouri court determined its talcum powder caused ovarian cancer in 22 women. Bolstering those odds of a successful appeal from Johnson and Johnson is a lot of inconclusive science about the connection between talc and ovarian cancer. The question at hand, of course, is whether or not talc causes cancer.

  • Fortune2 days ago

    Microsoft President: Facial Recognition Technology Needs Government Regulation

    "Facial recognition technology raises issues that go to the heart of fundamental human rights."

  • InvestorPlace2 days ago

    Why Fitbit Stock Isn’t Worth More Than $6

    Shares of wearables maker Fitbit (NYSE:FIT) were red-hot in May and early June. Fitbit’s latest and greatest smartwatch, Versa, is awesome, but not awesome enough to change the landscape of the smartwatch market that is over-crowded with competitors and dominated by Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Thus, the data side of the wearables industry is commoditized, and Fitbit could inevitably be squeezed out of that, too.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Bitcoin review: MLB's blockchain game, TenX's Hosp has high hopes

    To keep readers up-to-date on the latest trends pertaining to cryptocurrencies, we've compiled a list of this week's top stories.

  • Streaming roundup: Netflix wins Emmy nods… YouTube TV loses World Cup feed
    American City Business Journals2 days ago

    Streaming roundup: Netflix wins Emmy nods… YouTube TV loses World Cup feed

    Recent stories on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu and other streaming services reported by The Business Journals and elsewhere.

  • American City Business Journals2 days ago

    CNN restructuring business coverage, to add Silicon Valley focus

    CNN is sticking around Atlanta for the foreseeable future, but the sale of its parent company is leading to a renewed emphasis on the West Coast. Bloomberg reports that this fall will CNN will consolidate CNN Money, CNN Tech and CNN Media into a new brand called CNN Business.