1,089.51 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 6:07PM EST
|Bid||1,083.01 x 800|
|Ask||1,088.39 x 1200|
|Day's Range||1,088.01 - 1,102.20|
|52 Week Range||977.66 - 1,291.44|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.18|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||40.89|
|Earnings Date||Jan 30, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,355.87|
As different challenges and pranks arise and later posted online for laughs, YouTube updated its guidelines, banning users from sharing videos of the sort based on concerns of the videos placing people's lives in jeopardy. Yahoo Finance's Adam Shapiro, Julie Hyman, Dan Roberts and Kristin Myers discuss.
Google is raising prices 20 percent for the consumer and small business versions of its G Suite productivity apps, like Gmail and Docs, for the first time ever. The price increase comes only months after former Oracle executive Thomas Kurian takes the helm. The price of the enterprise edition is not increasing.
World stock markets rose on Wednesday, with Wall Street's major indexes hitting one-month highs after strong earnings from Bank of America Corp and Goldman Sachs, while the pound rose after British Prime Minister Theresa May's government won a confidence vote in parliament. May can now try to build consensus on an agreement on Britain's departure from the European Union. The confidence vote followed the parliamentary defeat of May's Brexit deal late Tuesday.
App data and analytics firm App Annie just released an eye-opening report about how consumers are using and spending money on apps around the world. Here are some notable findings from the report, together with some from prior reports published by App Annie and peer SensorTower.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill on Wednesday aimed at giving Americans more control over information that online companies like Facebook Inc (FB.O) and Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google collect on their location, financial data, job history or biometric data like fingerprints. Lawmakers from both parties have criticized the tech giants and others over data breaches, a lack of online privacy options and concern about political bias. Congress has been expected to pass some sort of online privacy bill to pre-empt a stringent law passed by California.
U.S. Senator Marco Rubio introduced a bill on Wednesday aimed at giving Americans more control over information that online companies like Facebook Inc and Alphabet Inc's Google collect on their location, financial data, job history or biometric data like fingerprints. Lawmakers from both parties have criticized the tech giants and others over data breaches, a lack of online privacy options and concern about political bias. Congress has been expected to pass some sort of online privacy bill to pre-empt a stringent law passed by California.
Shares of Square (SQ) rest roughly 35% below their 52-week high at the moment, despite a 30% post-Christmas surge. And Square's fundamentals remain impressive amid a growing financial tech market.
What's the Potential Impact of Netflix's Subscription Hike?Netflix stock price momentum Netflix (NFLX) stock jumped 6.52% on Tuesday and closed at $354.64. The boost in the stock price came after the streaming giant announced a price hike for all its
For innovation both fundamental and practical, it's hard to imagine a greater powerhouse than Google. Google dominates the technologies of neural networks and machine learning, as this column suggested a couple weeks back, with its "TensorFlow" software, where Google contributes unending fundamental research into AI. biggest unit, Google's revenue of $33.7 billion last quarter was comprised overwhelmingly -- 86%, in fact -- of advertising revenue, including its YouTube operation.
While their valuations have plunged, forecasts for robust revenue growth close to 20% or higher over the next couple of years may lift stock prices again for many of the FAANGs, per a detailed story in MarketWatch. “We view Alphabet as the global leader in collecting, analyzing, and productizing data, which may be the most valuable skill of the Internet era,” wrote KeyBanc.