1,031.10 +9.92 (0.97%)
Pre-Market: 8:07AM EDT
|Bid||1,030.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,031.04 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,015.31 - 1,032.49|
|52 Week Range||862.81 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||56.74|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,330.00|
Google has revealed its most significant update to Gmail in years, but it's still missing these important features.
Google unveiled on Wednesday its first Gmail redesign since 2013, capping what the company says was an expensive overhaul two years in the making to adopt security and offline functionality and better resemble Microsoft Outlook.
Egypt is becoming a hotbed for foreign investing as President El-Sisi reforms the economy. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dion Rabouin and Ethan Wolff-Mann take a look.
President Trump is sending top economic advisers to China in hopes of striking a trade deal. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Dion Rabouin have more.
Inc. is trying a reboot with its video-recording sunglasses, Spectacles, that had a splashy debut—and then fizzled—when introduced just over 18 months ago. The move shows the company is sticking with its push into hardware as it tries to diversify beyond its roots in social media. On Thursday, Snap started selling the updated version of Spectacles on its website for $150.
On April 23, Alphabet’s (GOOG) stock closed down 0.51% at $1,067.45 for the day. However, on a year-to-date basis, Alphabet’s stock price grew 2.0%, compared to the S&P 500’s return of -0.1%. Stock prices for peers Twitter (TWTR), Amazon (AMZN), and Alibaba (BABA) were up 30.0%, 29.8%, and 1.8%, respectively. However, Facebook (FB) was down nearly 6% on a YTD basis as of April 23.
Facebook's record first quarter sales showed its ad driven business model remains lucrative even after changes to its newsfeed and a damaging data scandal tested investor faith in the world's dominant ...
In this edition of the #BytesChat, we convened a panel of tech experts to discuss the fast-moving developments on the online privacy front. Our special guest was Terrell McSweeny, Commissioner of the Federal Trade Commission. She was joined by Rob Seamans and Larry Downes.
The new rules will specifically target app stores, search engines, e-commerce sites and hotel booking websites such as Expedia, requiring them to be more transparent about how they rank search results and why they delist some services. The proposal would also give companies the right to collectively sue online platforms if they do not respect the new rules on non-discrimination and transparency. Music streaming services such as Spotify have been pushing for Brussels to address relations between platforms and businesses, saying the former have an incentive to disadvantage competitors' services.
Investors rattled by recent volatility are becoming choosier about which technology-focused stocks they scoop up, a reversal from 2017 that threatens to undermine the tech sector’s dominance in the long stock rally. With valuations already stretched by traditional measures, investors are contemplating which companies warrant the higher multiples that typically come with the tech label. After all, advanced technology underpins nearly every business, from banking to manufacturing, investors say.
Major tech platforms are steadily replacing the handgun in their catalog of emojis with a toy gun or squirt gun, following a public outcry over gun violence after a mass school shooting in February. On April 25, Google released an update for its catalog of emoji that depicted a squirt gun in lieu of a…