|Bid||0.00 x 0|
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|Day's Range||91.54 - 92.30|
|52 Week Range||62.75 - 92.30|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.48|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.68 (1.87%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Adobe is launching an update to Photoshop CC today that includes a number of new features, including better support for high density monitors and the Microsoft dial for Windows users.
Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) has acquired Cambridge-based Sqrrl Data Inc., according to a note on Sqrrl's website from CEO Mark Terenzoni. The Sqrrl team will now be part of the Amazon Web Services division. The latest round was led by Boston-based Spring Lake Equity Partners, and earlier investors included Matrix Partners and Accomplice, both in Cambridge.
There is a new space race unfolding that has the potential to change every industry, and even pave the way for an entirely new, decentralized internet
Tech’s annual victory parade is likely to turn into an apology tour in the next few weeks, as executives in charge of some of the most important companies in America face investors with much more to discuss ...
Apple (AAPL) recently announced that it would be boosting the US economy with a direct contribution of $350 billion over the next five years. Under the new tax code signed by US President Donald Trump, companies are required to pay 15.5% in taxes to repatriate their cash holdings from abroad. Apple has ~$252 billion in profits saved abroad.
A veteran Sony and Microsoft video game executive has joined the hardware development unit at Alphabet Inc's Google, and analysts said he could help the company hone its efforts in mixed-reality technologies. Phil Harrison said on Twitter late Monday that he started his job as a vice president at Google in California, but did not provide details.
Micron Technology, Inc. (NASDAQ:MU) got off to a roaring start in 2018. One is that MU is mired in a light fight with United Microelectronics Corp (ADR) (NYSE:UMC) regarding alleged patent infringement. Back in 2016, MU stock broke below $10 because of oversupply issues.
Facebook, Inc. (NASDAQ:FB) has conceded that its social networking venue — boasting two billion regular (monthly) users — doesn’t necessarily make voter-driven democracies better. Facebook’s admission that its platform doesn’t always lend itself to great democracy is akin to saying a dumpster fire isn’t good for democracy — or that a schoolyard scuttlebutt isn’t good for democracy. Regardless, Facebook is moving in a direction that current and would-be owners of FB stock may not be thrilled with.
If your Linux desktop is missing some very important fonts, chances are they belong with Microsoft Core fonts family. Jack Wallen shows you how to fix this.