91.89 +0.28 (0.31%)
After hours: 5:40PM EST
|Bid||91.88 x 100|
|Ask||91.89 x 200|
|Day's Range||89.74 - 91.62|
|52 Week Range||62.57 - 91.62|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||32.38|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.68 (1.90%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
After selling his social virtual reality startup to Microsoft in October, Eric Romo, the co-founder of AltspaceVR is joining the competing social VR team at Facebook as its Product Director where he will be "exploring how VR can help communities connect."
Bioverativ, Facebook, Coca-Cola and Apple are the companies to watch.
Could Microsoft Beat Amazon in the Cloud Space in 2018? Earlier in this series, we saw that Microsoft’s (MSFT) Azure, its cloud computing platform, could get a boost from the acquisition of Avere Systems. Hybrid cloud is preferred by customers since it lets them use their vast legacy IT (information technology) investments while making a transition to the cloud. Avere’s USP (unique selling point) is that it enables enterprises to deploy not only storage but also computing resources across remote offices, multiple data centers, public clouds, and private clouds.
Microsoft (MSFT) has seen its stock price soar over the last year, driven in large part by cloud computing growth. On Monday, shares of Microsoft climbed to a new all-time high as investors begin to prepare for the company???s upcoming earnings report.
Could Microsoft Beat Amazon in the Cloud Space in 2018? In the previous part of this series, we looked at Microsoft’s (MSFT) recent acquisition of Avere Systems. Avere Systems provides SMB (Server Message Block) file-based storage and NFS (Network File System) technologies for Windows and Linux customers. NFS forms the foundation of distributed file systems and enables a user to not only view but also store and update files on a remote system or computer as if they were on the user’s own computer.
Canopy Growth, Universal Display and Square aren't quite household names yet, but their stocks are set up to deliver market-crushing returns over the long haul.
Virgin Group founder Richard Branson tries to learn one new thing a day, and on a recent trip to Morocco he heard something wise in a taxi.
The tech titans keep getting more titanic. Alphabet and Microsoft have already increased their market value by a combined $117 billion since the start of 2018.
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 ...
“Destiny 2 just isn’t the type of game that needs the content that I make right now. When every weapon is more or less the same thing, do you really need me to tell you that, multiple times per week?”
Apple (AAPL) was sued after the iPhone maker stated that it was intentionally slowing down its older iPhones, leading to unexpected shutdowns. “We have never—and would never—do anything to intentionally shorten the life of any Apple product, or degrade the user experience to drive customer upgrades,” the company said in a statement posted on its website. The issue surfaced in 2016 when some iPhone users reported sudden shutdowns, despite having considerable battery charge remaining.