GOOGL - Alphabet Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,241.47
+1.33 (+0.11%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous Close1,240.14
Open1,245.00
Bid1,241.93 x 800
Ask1,243.79 x 1300
Day's Range1,239.41 - 1,245.94
52 Week Range977.66 - 1,291.44
Volume1,237,788
Avg. Volume1,500,654
Market Cap861.147B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.19
PE Ratio (TTM)28.41
EPS (TTM)43.70
Earnings DateApr 29, 2019
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,354.66
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  • You don’t need a computer science degree to run Google or Facebook, says former Google CEO Eric Schmidt
    Yahoo Finance5 hours ago

    You don’t need a computer science degree to run Google or Facebook, says former Google CEO Eric Schmidt

    An effective tech CEO does not need computer programming expertise, said former Google CEO Eric Schmidt in a new interview.

  • Zoom Can Grow While Sustaining Its Profitability, Sequoia's Eschenbach Says
    Bloomberg21 hours ago

    Zoom Can Grow While Sustaining Its Profitability, Sequoia's Eschenbach Says

    Apr.18 -- Carl Eschenbach, Sequoia Capital partner, discusses Zoom Video Communications Inc.'s trading debut and profitability with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."

  • Google and Amazon settle their long-standing beef (The 3:59, Ep. 546)
    CNETyesterday

    Google and Amazon settle their long-standing beef (The 3:59, Ep. 546)

    Plus, the Mueller report gets released today and Apple shows off its recycling lab.

  • Google and Amazon make peace, Facebook collects data without permission
    CNETyesterday

    Google and Amazon make peace, Facebook collects data without permission

    In today's top stories Google's YouTube is coming back to the Fire TV, after settling a spat with Amazon. Meanwhile, Facebook says it unintentionally grabbed email contacts from 1.5 million users. Oops.

  • 3 Top Artificial Intelligence Stocks to Watch in April
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  • Barrons.com6 hours ago

    Amazon and Google Are Playing Nice in Streaming Because They Have To

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  • TheStreet.com6 hours ago

    What to Expect From Tesla's Autonomy Investor Day

    CEO Elon Musk is a big believer in his company's autonomous driving program and what its future can bring to the roads. Autonomous driving has its doubters and a public that is quite shy of the new technology. Add Tesla and its detractors to the mix and it's sure to become a wide-ranging discussion.

  • Bloomberg7 hours ago

    Total Plans to Use Artificial Intelligence to Cut Drilling Costs

    The use of artificial intelligence to screen geological data will help identify new prospects, and shorten the time to acquire licenses, drill and make discoveries, Arnaud Breuillac, head of E&P, said at a conference organized by IFP Energies Nouvelles in Paris on Friday. The digital factory will employ between 200 and 300 engineers and build on successful North Sea pilot projects, Chief Executive Officer Patrick Pouyanne said at the same event.

  • Why Apple Settled Dispute despite Concerns with Qualcomm
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  • Financial Times12 hours ago

    Western AI researchers partnered with Chinese surveillance firms

    At least nine academic papers on topics such as facial recognition and video surveillance have been co-written by academics at several prestigious US institutions, alongside researchers at Chinese companies that sell surveillance technology to the Chinese state or at institutions with military ties, such as China’s National University of Defense Technology, or NUDT.

  • Financial Times16 hours ago

    China censors ban Leica name over Tiananmen Square video

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  • Google Beats Amazon to the Punch
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  • Declining Smartphone Category: AAPL
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  • Measles reported at Google’s Silicon Valley headquarters
    MarketWatchyesterday

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  • Music Takes Center Stage as Verizon Seeks to Woo Customers
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  • Google lets Android users in Europe choose rival browsers, search engines
    Reutersyesterday

    Google lets Android users in Europe choose rival browsers, search engines

    Users of Android devices in Europe will be able to choose rival browsers and search engines from five options starting on Thursday, a senior Google executive said, as the company tries to quell EU antitrust concerns and stave off fresh penalties. Hit with a record 4.34 billion euro (£3.75 billion) fine last year for using the market power of its mobile software to block rivals in areas such as internet browsing, Alphabet unit Google was also ordered to come up with a proposal to give its rivals a fair chance. The European Commission said Google had an unfair advantage by pre-installing its Chrome browser and Google search app on Android smartphones and notebooks.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Morgan Stanley Says This Stock Is a Great Way to Trade a Cloud Rebound

    (STX) stock will benefit from a recovery in demand for gear used for cloud computing, according to Morgan Stanley. Seagate shares have rallied about 30% so far in 2019 in anticipation of a recovery in spending during the second half of the year. The company (ticker: STX) makes hard-drives and offers storage solutions for consumers and corporations.

  • Can Citrix Systems (CTXS) Retain Earnings Beat Streak in Q1?
    Zacksyesterday

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  • Amazon and Google end spat, bring YouTube to Amazon devices
    Associated Pressyesterday

    Amazon and Google end spat, bring YouTube to Amazon devices

    NEW YORK (AP) — Amazon and Google are ending their nearly 2-year spat, agreeing to bring their video streaming apps to each other's devices.

  • Google offers smartphone users rival search engines in bid to end antitrust concerns
    The Telegraphyesterday

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