GOOG - Alphabet Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,096.46
+8.49 (+0.78%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close1,087.97
Open1,093.37
Bid1,091.00 x 800
Ask1,096.37 x 800
Day's Range1,088.08 - 1,110.00
52 Week Range960.52 - 1,273.89
Volume1,249,655
Avg. Volume1,565,273
Market Cap766.279B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.44
PE Ratio (TTM)47.35
EPS (TTM)23.16
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,354.00
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  • Google Assistant may soon have a web app for lists and notes
    Engadget2 hours ago

    Google Assistant may soon have a web app for lists and notes

    Google Assistant might soon have its own list- and note-taking functions instead of leaning on third-party apps. The 9to5Google team has sifted through the Google search app's code to discover an unannounced "Lists and Notes" web app for Assistant that lets you jot down important information to sync across devices. It's not clear if or when Google might put this app into service.

  • Why Alphabet's Waymo Can Prove the Naysayers Wrong
    Motley Fool6 hours ago

    Why Alphabet's Waymo Can Prove the Naysayers Wrong

    The self-driving leader is taking a different route toward monetization.

  • Goldman Sachs Defends Tech Stocks, Says Many Now Look Cheap 
    Bloomberg8 hours ago

    Goldman Sachs Defends Tech Stocks, Says Many Now Look Cheap 

    Elevated valuations and crowded positioning have been blamed for the waning leadership of the market’s biggest industry, along with everything from rising bond yields to corporate earnings. The truth is, computer and software makers are cheaper than they’ve been historically, and fund managers currently hold fewer tech stocks than their representation in benchmark indexes, according to Goldman strategists led by David Kostin. “Popularity has turned into concerns of overcrowding and outperformance has turned into concerns of overvaluation, ” Kostin wrote in a note earlier this week.

  • The Wall Street Journal9 hours ago

    [$$] Amazon Wants Alexa to Do More Than Just Play Your Music

    Inc. boasts that Alexa, its artificial-intelligence assistant, can perform more than 50,000 skills. Inc.’s Google for voice-assistant supremacy, is accelerating efforts to make Alexa more useful, from enhancing its conversational chops to offering outside developers financial incentives to make better Alexa-compatible voice applications, which Amazon calls skills. Amazon last month expanded the capability of Alexa developers to allow them to charge users for purchases within skills, such as premium content from a media service, or hints or special powers in a game.

  • Will JD.com’s Google Shopping Store Attract U.S. Shoppers?
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    Will JD.com’s Google Shopping Store Attract U.S. Shoppers?

    China’s second largest e-commerce player eyes the US market.

  • Where Will Microsoft Corporation Be in 10 Years?
    Motley Fool13 hours ago

    Where Will Microsoft Corporation Be in 10 Years?

    Hos is the tech giant going to keep growing?

  • Reuters14 hours ago

    Google to charge Android partners up to $40 per device for apps: source

    BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google will charge hardware firms up to $40 per device to use its apps under a new licensing system to replace one that the European Union this year deemed anti-competitive, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday. The new fee goes into effect on Oct. 29 for any new smartphone or tablet models launched in the European Economic Area and running Google's Android operating system, the company announced on Tuesday. Companies can offset the charge, which applies to a suite of apps including the Google Play app store, Gmail and Google Maps, by placing Google's search and Chrome internet browser in a prominent position.

  • Reuters15 hours ago

    Google to charge Android partners up to $40 per device for apps: source

    BRUSSELS/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google will charge hardware firms up to $40 per device to use its apps under a new licensing system to replace one that the European Union this year deemed anti-competitive, a person familiar with the matter said on Friday. The new fee goes into effect on Oct. 29 for any new smartphone or tablet models launched in the European Economic Area and running Google's Android operating system, the company announced on Tuesday. Companies can offset the charge, which applies to a suite of apps including the Google Play app store, Gmail and Google Maps, by placing Google's search and Chrome internet browser in a prominent position.

  • With market on edge, investors look to tech trio
    Reuters19 hours ago

    With market on edge, investors look to tech trio

    The pressure is on for Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft as they prepare to report quarterly results at a time when confidence in those market leaders looks increasingly fragile and in danger of derailing Wall Street's rally. After worries about higher interest rates sparked a steep sell-off in early October and again on Thursday, the S&P 500 remains down 5 percent from its Sept. 20 record high close, with top-shelf stocks including Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O), Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O), Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) and Facebook Inc (FB.O) showing little of their vitality from recent years. A quarterly report from Microsoft Corp (MSFT.O) on Wednesday after the bell, followed by Alphabet and Amazon late on Thursday, will influence sentiment across Wall Street.

  • The Wall Street Journal20 hours ago

    Can Detroit Become a Software Business?

    General Motors plans to roll out a robo-taxi service next year that will let urbanites hail a driverless Chevrolet Bolt. to create a juggernaut for services like ride hailing and car sharing. The global auto industry thinks it sees the future, and it will require a transformation without precedent in business history: The giant industrial sector has to turn itself into a nimble provider of software and services.

  • ALPHABET SHAREHOLDER ALERT BY FORMER LOUISIANA ATTORNEY GENERAL: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Reminds Investors with Losses in Excess of $100,000 of Lead Plaintiff Deadline in Class Action Lawsuits Against Alphabet Inc. - GOOG, GOOGL
    PR Newswire21 hours ago

    ALPHABET SHAREHOLDER ALERT BY FORMER LOUISIANA ATTORNEY GENERAL: Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC Reminds Investors with Losses in Excess of $100,000 of Lead Plaintiff Deadline in Class Action Lawsuits Against Alphabet Inc. - GOOG, GOOGL

    NEW ORLEANS , Oct. 19, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Kahn Swick & Foti, LLC ("KSF") and KSF partner, former Attorney General of Louisiana , Charles C. Foti, Jr. , remind investors that they have until ...

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Why Big Tech Keeps Trying Its Hand at Hardware

    The world’s largest technology companies are selling more devices than ever, but only Apple makes much money doing it. Amazon and Google currently lead the smart-speaker market while Microsoft has carved out a respectable niche in tablets. Meanwhile, despite owning the leading mobile operating system, Google has barely made a dent in smartphones.

  • Facebook Hires Ex-Deputy Premier Clegg to Lead Lobbying Push
    Bloombergyesterday

    Facebook Hires Ex-Deputy Premier Clegg to Lead Lobbying Push

    As leader of the Liberal Democrats, Clegg was at the heart of the British government from 2010 to 2015. Clegg’s hire comes as Facebook is under fire from regulators, politicians and authorities around the world on issues ranging from user privacy breaches, to the proliferation of fake news and hate speech on its platforms. In an example of the kind of scrutiny Facebook is now coming under, the U.K. Parliament’s Culture Committee on Saturday released details of what it said was an anonymous political campaign to reject Prime Minister Theresa May’s Brexit plan.

  • GlobeNewswireyesterday

    SHAREHOLDER ALERT:  Pomerantz Law Firm Reminds Shareholders with Losses on their Investment in Alphabet, Inc. of Class Action Lawsuit and Upcoming Deadline – GOOG

    Pomerantz LLP announces that a class action lawsuit has been filed against Alphabet, Inc. (“Alphabet” or the “Company”) (GOOG) and certain of its officers.  The class action, filed in United States District Court, Northern District of California, and indexed under 18-cv-06245, is on behalf of a class consisting of all persons and entities, other than Defendants and their affiliates, who purchased or otherwise acquired common shares of Alphabet between April 23, 2018 and October 7, 2018, both dates inclusive (the “Class Period”). Plaintiff seeks to recover compensable damages caused by Defendants’ violations of the federal securities laws and to pursue remedies under Sections 10(b) and 20(a) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the “Exchange Act”) and Rule 10b-5 promulgated thereunder.