1,088.00 +1.49 (0.14%)
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|Bid||1,086.30 x 800|
|Ask||1,088.49 x 1800|
|Day's Range||1,054.44 - 1,088.14|
|52 Week Range||977.66 - 1,291.44|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.18|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||40.77|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
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Netflix is raising its prices on U.S. subscriptions, but the streaming service is still a heck of a deal.
Technology companies are starting to partner with traditional health-care players. Walgreens has now inked deals with Microsoft and Alphabet's Verily. Both industries need the expertise of the other as they go up against Amazon.
President Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general said Tuesday he wants to take a closer look at tech’s “huge behemoths.”
Despite a sharp drop in the four FANG stocks last year, the outlook for Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google looks strong for the year ahead, an analyst says.
Dell Technologies has gotten a tepid response from Wall Street since returning as a publicly traded company late last month. Dell stock has trended down since it went public for the second time.
What to Expect from Alphabet’s Q4 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Telkom Kenya is using Loon’s technology As Alphabet (GOOGL) gears up to release its results for the fourth quarter of 2018, the company is about to start booking revenue from its
President Donald Trump's nominee for U.S. attorney general, William Barr, told lawmakers on Tuesday that he would focus attention on the "huge behemoths" in Silicon Valley at the center of a debate over antitrust enforcement. Barr noted at his confirmation hearing that companies can grow to monopolies without breaking antitrust law. "I don’t think big is necessarily bad," he told Senator Mike Lee, the top Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee's antitrust panel and a frequent critic of Alphabet Inc's Google .
What to Expect from Alphabet’s Q4 Results(Continued from Prior Part)Declining operating marginsAlphabet (GOOGL) is gearing up to report its results for the fourth quarter of 2018 on February 4. In the third quarter, the company made a profit of
FANG and cloud computing stocks continued to advance bullishly and the Nasdaq showed strength. The Dow Jones industrial average and small caps lagged.
Attorney general nominee William Barr said he doesn't think "big is necessarily bad," but he wants to understand how tech giants have gotten so big under current laws. Barr was on the board of Time Warner during the company's legal proceedings to merge with AT&T, making the issue of antitrust a personal one. Tech companies have faced intense scrutiny from lawmakers because of privacy and platform manipulation scandals.
Netflix (NFLX) saw its stock price climb 6% Tuesday after the streaming TV powerhouse raised its prices on all of its streaming plans for the first time in over a year just a few days before it reports its Q4 financial results.
What to Expect from Alphabet’s Q4 ResultsFirst report since Waymo went commercialAlphabet (GOOGL) is scheduled to report its results for the fourth quarter of 2018 on February 4. It will be the first quarterly report for the company since its
Ryan McQueeney recaps CES 2019 and highlights the hardware that industry bellwethers such as Google, Amazon, Intel, Nvidia, & Samsung flaunted at the world's largest consumer electronics show.
Software stocks are leading the tech sector in a strong start to 2019. One technical analyst says it makes sense to keep betting on the winners.
The group launched a campaign on Tuesday, via Twitter and Instagram, pushing to end forced arbitration, which can limit employees legal options in cases of workplace discrimination. Posts on the social media platforms throughout the day will address the impact of forced arbitration on tech workers and share interviews with survivors and experts, the group said. "A handful of tech companies attempted to separate harassment from discrimination by making arbitration optional for only individual cases of sexual harassment and assault," the group End Forced Arbitration wrote in blog post.
Tech's Latest: Apple's New Devices, Samples via Amazon, and More(Continued from Prior Part)A program that lets brands pay to send samplesAmazon (AMZN) is beginning to strike gold in its digital ad business. The segment has seen triple-digit YoY
Investing.com – Wall Street closed higher Tuesday as tech rallied on a surge in Netflix and a rebound in JPMorgan underpinned financials.
The pair is set to start delivering the medium-size pickups and commercial vans from 2022, creating what VW Chief Executive Officer Herbert Diess called ``the strongest playear in this segment.'' VW and Ford are also holding talks for joint work on electric cars, autonomous vehicles and digital services. “It fits into our overall strategy to join forces with strong partners for specific topics” Diess said on a conference call Tuesday.
Barclays analyst Ross Sandler penned a positive note on Facebook Inc.'s stock on Tuesday, writing of the potential for "modest upside" ahead of the company's Jan. 30 earnings report. "We've always believed that employee retention is the primary incentive for mega cap internets; hence after all-around weakness in 2018, we think management's tone will likely be more upbeat (vs. conciliatory)," he wrote. "The best opportunity in large cap internet is to catch a quality name when sentiment is washed out, valuation is depressed and positioning is offsides (as experienced with Alphabet Inc. and Amazon.com Inc. heading into 2015), and this could be the set-up for Facebook right now." He said that risks around regulation still exist but are well understood by the investment community. Sandler has an overweight rating and $180 price target on shares, which are up 2.4% in Tuesday morning trading. The stock has slipped 3% over the past three months, as the S&P 500 has fallen 5.6%.