GOOG - Alphabet Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,068.55
-1.97 (-0.18%)
As of 12:51PM EST. Market open.
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Previous Close1,070.52
Open1,077.35
Bid1,064.71 x 800
Ask1,065.74 x 1100
Day's Range1,059.75 - 1,084.51
52 Week Range970.11 - 1,273.89
Volume494,882
Avg. Volume1,924,462
Market Cap745.77B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)40.10
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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  • Will.i.am on the problem with Facebook and Google: 'There is no alternative'
    Yahoo Finance5 minutes ago

    Will.i.am on the problem with Facebook and Google: 'There is no alternative'

    “The problem that we have in society is not the Facebooks of the world and the Googles of the world,” he said. “It’s that there is no alternative."

  • Google Fined $57M By French Regulators
    Yahoo Finance Video23 hours ago

    Google Fined $57M By French Regulators

    Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro and Oscar Williams-Grut discuss French fines on Google, E.U. fines on Mastercard, and Brexit's latest update.

  • The Wall Street Journal4 minutes ago

    [$$] Facebook Promises to Crack Down on Scam Ads After U.K. Lawsuit

    The tool, set to roll out in May, will only be available to users in the U.K. at launch, Facebook said Wednesday. Facebook will also dedicate an internal team to handle the user reports and study scams to improve enforcement, the company said. Mr. Lewis had sought damages from Facebook after it allegedly failed to remove ads that used his name and image to lure people into paying for scams.

  • Reuters1 hour ago

    As Google races ahead, German carmakers look to go faster on autonomous driving

    Germany's top carmakers including BMW and Volkswagen are looking at ways to speed up development of the next generation of self-driving cars, possibly by even working together, as tech giant Google forges ahead with plans to mass produce such vehicles. Carmakers and tech companies have been in a race to develop self-driving robotaxis since 2012 when Google unveiled a self-driving car.

  • RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’
    Market Realist2 hours ago

    RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’

    RBC Analyst: Tesla Is Valued on ‘Overly Lofty Expectations’Tesla Over the last few sessions, Tesla (TSLA) stock has been heading downward. The stock had fallen 13.9% as of yesterday, and it started this morning on a negative note, too. At 9:37 AM

  • MarketWatch2 hours ago

    FANG stocks are all stuck between 2 key moving averages, while Apple is below both

    The original FANG stocks, which doesn't include Apple Inc. , are all trading within a technical zone defined by the 50-day moving average (DMA) below current prices and the 200-DMA above current prices. Apple's stock remains below both averages. The 50-DMA is viewed by many chart watchers as a short-term trend tracker, and the 200-DMA is viewed as a guide to longer-term trends, so sitting between the averages suggests the FANG stocks have recovered enough to be in short-term uptrends, but are still in longer-term downtrends. Apple is still in both short- and longer-term downtrends. Facebook Inc.'s 50-DMA is at $139.59 and the 200-DMA is at $167.32; Amazon.com Inc. is between the 50-DMA at $1,598.12 and the 200-DMA at $1,711.49; Netflix Inc. rose briefly above its 200-DMA, currently at $334.69, before closing back below it on Tuesday, while the 50-DMA was at $287.90; Google parent Alphabet Inc. was between its 50-DMA at $1,061.02 and its 200-DMA at $1,125.13. Apple was below both its 50-DMA at $167.53 and its 200-DMA at $191.93. Meanwhile, the S&P 500 is also sitting above its 50-DMA at 2,619.56 but below its 200-DMA at 2,741.16.

  • Google, Facebook Set 2018 Lobbying Records as Tech Scrutiny Intensifies
    Bloomberg2 hours ago

    Google, Facebook Set 2018 Lobbying Records as Tech Scrutiny Intensifies

    Alphabet Inc.’s Google unit spent more than $21 million to influence Washington, according to federal disclosures, in a year when its chief executive officer, Sundar Pichai, made his first appearance before Congress. The search giant, which spent $4.9 million in the last three months of the year, according to a Tuesday filing, beat its previous record of more than $18 million from 2017.

  • Waymo is building a small self-driving car plant in Michigan
    American City Business Journals3 hours ago

    Waymo is building a small self-driving car plant in Michigan

    Alphabet Inc.-owned self-driving car company Waymo this week said it plans to open a new car plant in Michigan and hire hundreds of people to retrofit and test self-driving cars.

  • CNBC3 hours ago

    Palantir CEO rips Silicon Valley, accuses it of selling out America and failing to protect the country

    Alex Karp, CEO of Silicon Valley-based Palantir, is slamming the tech community for what he considers a breach of its social contract with America. Big Tech is no longer delivering on its value proposition, the co-founder of the secretive data miner says. "Silicon Valley is creating micro communities that break the consensus of larger society" while profiting from things that make the nation less safe, Karp says.

  • Google Tries to Stay Relevant in Smartwatches With a $40 Million Deal
    Motley Fool3 hours ago

    Google Tries to Stay Relevant in Smartwatches With a $40 Million Deal

    But the fabled Pixel Watch won’t arrive anytime soon.

  • CNBC4 hours ago

    YouTube's bet against big cable announces nationwide expansion

    YouTube's live TV streaming service is expanding its coverage as it continues to invest against big cable. YouTube TV will be available in 195 markets in the US. Google hasn't disclosed subscriber numbers, but it reportedly had 800,000 paying subscribers as of July.

  • TheStreet.com4 hours ago

    Alphabet's $57 Million Data Fine: Drop in the Bucket, or Sign of Trouble Ahead?

    The penalty was levied by the French National Data Protection Commission (CNIL) under GDPR, the European Union's data protection law. The regulator alleged a "lack of transparency, inadequate information and lack of valid consent regarding" personalization of ads by Alphabet. The penalty was the result of two complaints and a subsequent investigation by the CNIL at Alphabet's Irish headquarters, which determined that Alphabet made it too burdensome for consumers to identify and manage its use of personal information for targeted ads.

  • S&P 500 Bleeds on Reports of US-China Trade Talks Going off Track
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    S&P 500 Bleeds on Reports of US-China Trade Talks Going off Track

    S&P 500 Bleeds on Reports of US-China Trade Talks Going off TrackUS-China trade talks On Tuesday, a Financial Times report sent tremors through the broader market. The report claimed that “The Trump administration has rejected an offer from

  • Uber Is Open to Outside Investment Into Self-Driving Car Unit
    Bloomberg5 hours ago

    Uber Is Open to Outside Investment Into Self-Driving Car Unit

    The company’s pouring large, undisclosed sums of money into its Advanced Technologies Group, which includes the company’s self-driving car research as well as plans to build VTOL (vertical takeoff and landing) vehicles at scale and speed, with a goal of them becoming a mass-market technology. Khosrowshahi was speaking to Bloomberg News’s Brad Stone at the World Economic Forum in Davos on Wednesday. Uber is competing with Alphabet Inc.’s Waymo, Tesla Inc., and the world’s traditional auto manufacturers and startups, in the race to develop self-driving vehicles.

  • Financial Times6 hours ago

    [$$] Lex letter from San Francisco: The $200bn IPO shutdown

    Lex is seeking a team member to comment daily on US tech, the biggest business story of recent years. An estimated $200bn is headed to public markets, but not until the US ends its government shutdown.

  • Tech is ready to respond to Wall Street’s doubts, but don’t expect a holiday miracle
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Tech is ready to respond to Wall Street’s doubts, but don’t expect a holiday miracle

    The most important earnings season for tech since the dot-com boom went bust is about to begin, but don’t expect a holiday miracle, especially for the companies that are used to a victory lap at this time of year.

  • Bloomberg10 hours ago

    How Much Is Ireland Willing to Pay to Boycott Israel?

    Since the BDS movement began in 2005, Israel’s gross domestic product has doubled. Legislation scheduled for debate this week in Ireland’s lower house would criminalize any transactions with businesses or individuals living in Israel’s West Bank. The “Control of Economic Activity Bill” would impose jail for up to five years and heavy fines on Irish citizens that import or sell products from the territory Israel won in the Six Day War.

  • Google Gets Caught in Europe’s Privacy Trap
    Bloomberg12 hours ago

    Google Gets Caught in Europe’s Privacy Trap

    In its ruling, the regulator alleged that Google fails to adequately explain how it collects data to offer personalized advertising. Fully a quarter of all EU businesses market themselves online, and 78 percent of those use “contextual ads” that require data collection.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Google signs its first solar purchase deal in Asia to power data centre

    * Google said late on Tuesday it has signed a long-term agreement to buy the output of a 10-megawatt solar array, which is part of a larger solar farm, in Tainan City in Taiwan * This will be the company's ...

  • Google, Facebook spend big on U.S. lobbying amid policy battles
    Reuters15 hours ago

    Google, Facebook spend big on U.S. lobbying amid policy battles

    Alphabet Inc's Google disclosed in a quarterly filing on Tuesday that it spent a company-record $21.2 million on lobbying the U.S. government in 2018, topping its previous high of $18.22 million in 2012, as the search engine operator fights wide-ranging scrutiny into its practices. In its filing to Congress on Tuesday, Facebook Inc disclosed that it also spent more on government lobbying in 2018 than it ever had before at $12.62 million. Google's spent $18.04 million on lobbying in 2017, according to the center's data.

  • Google, Facebook spend big on U.S. lobbying amid policy battles
    Reuters15 hours ago

    Google, Facebook spend big on U.S. lobbying amid policy battles

    Alphabet Inc's Google disclosed in a quarterly filing on Tuesday that it spent a company-record $21.2 million on lobbying the U.S. government in 2018, topping its previous high of $18.22 million in 2012, as the search engine operator fights wide-ranging scrutiny into its practices. In its filing to Congress on Tuesday, Facebook Inc disclosed that it also spent more on government lobbying in 2018 than it ever had before at $12.62 million. Google's spent $18.04 million on lobbying in 2017, according to the center's data.