|Bid||1,035.00 x 100|
|Ask||1,041.44 x 100|
|Day's Range||1,045.91 - 1,082.90|
|52 Week Range||803.37 - 1,186.89|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||58.30|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,273.00|
The top job has come to the foreground after reports that Facebook's chief security officer is leaving after the Cambridge Analytica scandal surfaced.
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Critics of a longstanding practice that sends leftover money from class-action settlements to parties not affiliated with the litigation, known as cy pres, are trying to blow up a 2015 settlement involving ...
SHANGHAI/BEIJING, March 23 (Reuters) - China's capital city has given the green light to tech giant Baidu Inc to test self-driving cars on city streets, indicating strong support for the budding sector even as the industry reels from a fatal accident in the United States. Beijing's move is an important step as China looks to bolster its position in the global race for autonomous vehicles, where regulatory concerns have come into the spotlight since the crash earlier this month.
Aurora's Chris Urmson argued yesterday that self-driving cars remain a solution to the unacceptable number of fatalities and injuries caused by human-piloted cars.
Google will ask web publishers to obtain consent on its behalf to gather personal information on European users and target ads at them using Google’s systems.
Leaders of Apple Inc., Google and other U.S. technology giants head to China this weekend to pursue a familiar goal: To do more business in the world’s most populous nation. The effort has had mixed results, ...
Singapore’s Changi Airport retained its position and marked its sixth year of dominance as the best airport in the world, according to Skytrax World Airport Awards. “The six-year winning streak marks a first for the Skytrax World Airport Awards, and cements the reputation of Changi Airport as the gold standard in airport design and travel experience. According to the ranking, the best airport experiences are mostly found in Asia, as half of the top 10-ranked airports are from the East.
This powerful filter, which focuses on competitive advantage -- or the lack of one -- is the basis of a five-minute analysis to determine whether investors should buy shares in Dropbox's initial public offering.
Congress this week is considering a bill that could make the complex world of global data security law easier for business leaders to manage.
The European Union is planning to apply tougher consumer laws to social media networks and email providers like Facebook (FB.O) and Google's Gmail (GOOGL.O) as scrutiny of data protection grows in the wake of an outcry over Facebook's handling of data. Under the draft proposal first considered last year, authorities could levy fines of at least 4 percent of turnover. Currently, EU consumer authorities can only levy small fines and some lack power to sanction companies at all for breaking consumer law.
Big internet companies and small software developers alike are likely to face scrutiny over how they share customer information in the wake of the scandal involving Facebook Inc and the British election consulting firm Cambridge Analytica. Lawmakers in the United States and the EU have called for probes into how Facebook allowed Cambridge Analytica to access data on 50 million users and use it to help the election campaign of President Donald Trump. Facebook shares have fallen 8.5 percent this week as investors fear the incident will lead to new regulation.
The European Union is planning to apply tougher consumer laws to social media networks and email providers like Facebook and Google's Gmail as scrutiny of data protection grows in the wake of an outcry over Facebook's handling of data. Under the draft proposal first considered last year, authorities could levy fines of at least 4 percent of turnover. Currently, EU consumer authorities can only levy small fines and some lack power to sanction companies at all for breaking consumer law.
Eleven-year-old Dropbox (DBX), the San Francisco company that is set to make its initial public offering tonight, with shares trading to the public on the Nasdaq market on Friday, clearly has a very big idea. It’s the kind of idea that’s obviously valuable, just like it was obviously valuable to have a better way to find things with Google, or a way to buy things with “one click” on Amazon (AMZN). Like those simple, meaningful innovations, Dropbox offers a place to park all your digital stuff — your document files, your photos, your videos, your song files.
U.S. markets are watching to see if sharp regulations follow the revelations on data sharing by Facebook, says Cole Smead of Smead Capital Management.