|Bid||1,217.74 x 900|
|Ask||1,219.99 x 800|
|Day's Range||1,213.15 - 1,220.16|
|52 Week Range||970.11 - 1,273.89|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.15|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||27.84|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,332.50|
Global attitudes towards the future of science are shifting, according to 3M's 2019 State of Science Index. Of those surveyed, some are hopeful to see driverless cars everywhere on the road or vaccines for chronic diseases in their lifetime. 3M’s Chief Science Advocate Dr. Jayshree Seth joins Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christofrous to discuss.
A virtual stadium, that's what Google introduced yesterday with "Stadia," that is a new streaming gaming service. The early reviews are mixed and Yahoo Finance's Dan Howley gives the latest.
Massud Ghaussy, Nasdaq IR Intelligence Senior Analyst, says that the disconnect between the performance growth companies and macroeconomic data is currently being played out in the markets. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous speaks to him.
General Mills, FedEx, Disney, Sage Therapeutics and Google are the companies to watch.
Google and SyWest Development have debated the fate of the 30-acre gateway property since 2016, but admitted late last year they’d hit an impasse.
A blowout quarter shows that Amazon's influence on MongoDB's future isn't nearly as big as skeptics would like to believe.
The comments take a slightly different tack than Sen. Elizabeth Warren and her proposal to dismantle some of Silicon Valley's giants, but ultimately pit another Democratic 2020 candidate against the likes of Facebook and Google. Facebook, Google and Twitter have faced something of a reckoning in recent years, in light of revelations around foreign disinformation campaigns on the platforms.
While Google just got a third, and possibly final, EU fine on Wednesday, regulators still have their eyes on Amazon.com Inc., Apple Inc. and Facebook Inc. EU antitrust chief, Margrethe Vestager, told reporters earlier this month that an early-stage probe into Amazon’s potential use of data to overtake smaller shops on its Marketplace platform is "quite advanced" and she’d "like to take more decisive steps" before she leaves office later this year.
Powell Halts Rate Hikes, Trump Might Not Be PleasedFederal’s meeting The Fed’s two-day meeting ended on March 20. The Fed’s stance on future rate hikes was more dovish than the markets expected. Looking at the projections, the Fed sees the
Stock futures: The stock market struggled Wednesday, but Apple and the FANG stocks showed bullish action. Micron Technology rose overnight on earnings. Levi Strauss' IPO priced high.
Google is celebrating composer Johann Sebastian Bach with its first artificial intelligence-powered Doodle. Thursday's animated Google Doodle shows the composer playing an organ in celebration of his March 21, 1685, birthday under the old Julian calendar. Google says the Doodle uses machine learning to "harmonize the custom melody into Bach's signature music style." Bach's chorales were known for having four voices carrying their own melodic line.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday put in jeopardy an $8.5 million settlement Google made with users to resolve a class action lawsuit accusing it of violating their privacy by sharing users' search queries with other websites. The justices, in an unsigned opinion, threw out a ruling by the San Francisco-based 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that had upheld the settlement, directing it to take a fresh look at whether the plaintiffs had the legal standing necessary to sue and whether they were even harmed by the search engine operator. Google, part of Alphabet Inc., was accused in the lawsuit of violating a 1986 law governing the privacy of stored electronic communications.
Numbers By Barron’s is a two-minute financial podcast with three vital numbers to start your morning. Back then, Fed officials predicted three rate increases by the end of 2020. Since then, inflation has been contained and growth has slowed a bit, so the Fed sees less reason to tighten monetary policy.
Wikipedia co-founder Larry Sanger has decided to stop using the popular Google Chrome web browser in favour of the Brave browser. The Brave browser is an open source web browser based on Chromium with support for MacOS, Windows, Linux, and IOS. It is also free to use. Its aim is to remove intrusive third-party advertisements and trackers by giving users control over which advertisements they see. Users of the Brave browser can earn themselves Basic Attention Tokens (BAT) for engaging with advertisements they opt-in to see. Larry Sanger recently updated his blog outlining how he will be “locking down” his cyber-life. Sanger details how he recently had his phone hacked and his Google ID reset. Sanger also discusses how in an ever-growing The post Wikipedia co-founder ditches Google Chrome in favour of the Brave browser appeared first on Coin Rivet.
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A Google executive offered new details on Wednesday about the company's upcoming video game streaming service, telling Reuters that game makers may use competing cloud providers and must avoid some inappropriate content. Google, owned by Alphabet Inc, unveiled Stadia on Tuesday, saying the service launching this year would make playing high-quality video games in an internet browser as easy as watching a movie on its YouTube service. The game would operate on Google's servers, receiving commands from a user's controller and sending video streams to their screen.