|Bid||98.39 x 1400|
|Ask||98.47 x 1400|
|Day's Range||97.86 - 98.98|
|52 Week Range||68.02 - 98.98|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||79.97|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.68 (1.72%)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
Bill Gates isn’t one for light beach reads. Well, there was this romantic novel in his 2014 summer reading list, but that’s been the exception in a string of lists that included recommendations for 2015, 2016 and 2017. Let’s get the fattest one out of the way first — 684 pages! But then Leonardo had such a wide range of interests, and Gates, who has long been fascinated by the Renaissance inventor/scientist/painter/sculptor, says he has struggled to find one book that sums him up.
The odds of running a $1 billion business are slim to none. Unless you’re Elon Musk . Then you run a few. The CEO of Tesla Inc (NASDAQ: TSLA ), SpaceX and the Boring Co. is now known to head two firms ...
While Seattle's tech companies stepped up sustainability practices in an earnest effort to generate positive outcomes, nonprofit leaders cannot solely rely on that support.
The Dow and S&P were both in the red for the majority of the day while the Nasdaq fluctuated between slight gains and losses finishing as the sole major index in the black. Oil prices fell sharply Friday after energy ministers from Saudi Arabia and Russia confirmed plans to ease production cuts in order to offset supply shortfalls from Venezuela. West Texas Intermediate crude dropped 4% to $67.88 a barrel.
Gamers are NVIDIA’s (NVDA) core customers, and it earns more than 50% of its revenue from them. The company continues to develop new technologies to enhance the user gaming experience. At the 2018 GPU Technology Conference, NVIDIA unveiled a new real-time ray-tracing technology, RTX, that will deliver movie-quality rendering in games.
Search engines like Google (GOOGL.O) and Microsoft's Bing (MSFT.O) could be made to pay for showing snippets of news articles under draft copyright rules endorsed by European Union ambassadors on Friday. The measure, which is not yet final, would allow press publishers to ask search engines to pay them for showing their articles for up to one year after publication. The original proposal from the European Commission had foreseen giving publishers the right to ask for payment for up to 20 years.
Gamers could be one step closer to getting their hands on a relaunch of the Nintendo 64. The Japanese video game giant filed for a trademark of an image of a Nintendo 64 controller, indicating that a mini N64 could be in the works. Nintendo appears to have cornered the market on retro and modern gaming, with its newest console, The Switch, becoming the fastest-selling gaming console of all time in 2017.
Markets were mixed on Friday as President Trump signaled that a summit meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un may be back on. Oil prices declined after Saudi Arabia and Russia said they plan to ease production cuts. "If I am right, and inflation is peaking because freight costs are coming down and oil is rolling over then we have some strong opportunities to make some money here," says TheStreet's Jim Cramer.
Sutardja Marvell's Sunnyvale-based startup, Latticework, will start taking orders next month on a personal hybrid storage device that's designed as an alternative for consumers to cloud-based offerings from Dropbox and others.
Search engines like Google and Microsoft's Bing could be made to pay for showing snippets of news articles under draft copyright rules endorsed by European Union ambassadors on Friday. The measure, which is not yet final, would allow press publishers to ask search engines to pay them for showing their articles for up to one year after publication. The original proposal from the European Commission had foreseen giving publishers the right to ask for payment for up to 20 years.
After a choppy year, the Dow Jones Industrial Average is just barely positive. The DJIA, as of Tuesday’s close, has risen 0.47% so far this year.
While leading cloud stock HubSpot is much smaller than its CRM rival Salesforce.com, a new Slack integration and 400% earnings growth may lift HubSpot into a new buy zone.
Twitter (TWTR) users could sooner or later be able to exchange encrypted direct messages on the platform, according to media reports citing clues in Twitter’s Android application code. Android, a Google (GOOGL) product, is the world’s most popular mobile operating system. In April, 75.7% of smartphones worldwide were running Android compared to 19.2% running Apple’s iOS and less than 1.0% running Microsoft’s (MSFT) Windows.
In Escalation Protocol, Bungie and Vicarious Visions have created a potentially great event that they don’t seem to understand at all. While I hoped that “This Week At Bungie” yesterday would shed some light on upcoming fixes to Escalation Protocol, it appears Bungie is sticking to its guns. “Escalation Protocol was designed to be a high-difficulty endgame activity for a max-level, three-player fireteam,” said lead designer Jacob Benton.
A couple of weeks ago, I pointed out three compelling Artificial Intelligence (AI) stocks you may not have even known about. There are certainly more than three such artificial intelligence prospects though. Most investors fully understand that Nvidia Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA) makes the hardware that powers most AI applications while International Business Machines Corporation (NYSE:IBM) is arguably doing the most to put artificial intelligence to practical use.
Alphabet's (GOOGL) unit Google bolsters its footprint in payment market with the latest updates on its payment services by strengthening relationship with PayPal.
Loot boxes are out. The biggest hits of this year, God of War, Monster Hunter, Fortnite, don’t have them. It was not the first game ever to have loot boxes, but it’s hard to argue that it wasn’t the one to help make the concept mainstream.
Satya Nadella, chief executive of Microsoft, seems like the type of CEO who would practice meditation religiously. In interviews and public appearances, he projects a calm, thoughtful vibe, is forever espousing the benefits of empathy and compassion, and often cautions people against the hazards of a “fixed mindset.” But in a recent podcast, we learned…
The venture capital firm's seventh fund will back more than 30 startups raising Series A rounds and about 10 seeking seed funding. Investment areas include serverless computing, which lets developers build applications without having to manage the underlying hardware or infrastructure of traditional cloud services.
The MeToo movement has cast a cloud over corporate America’s penchant for secrecy on sexual harassment complaints. Tech titans Microsoft Corp. and Uber Technologies Inc., and white-shoe law firms including Munger, Tolles & Olson and Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, have done away with contract clauses that forced employees to air their complaints in closed-door arbitration rather than in public. 1. Why are companies renouncing arbitration?
fortunes are much less tied to those of PC makers than they once were, suppliers of chips and hardware components used within data center gear need to worry much less than they once did about the quarterly sales of major enterprise server, storage and networking hardware vendors. This has much to do with the heavy spending of cloud giants that often aren't keen about buying from traditional enterprise hardware vendors, but do still have quite the need for the chips, adapters, accelerator cards and controller cards made by their suppliers. It also has a bit to do with how industry trends are allowing some chipmakers to grow their enterprise revenue even as broader hardware spending is pressured.
Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) finds itself at a crossroads. Hardware sales have slowed down, and new products have failed to match the sales numbers of the iPhone. Given the coming arrival of 5G, investors should look well beyond the near arrival of the $1-trillion market cap.
A group of iPhone users sued Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google in the United Kingdom on claims that the company had improperly collected their personal information. The group has indicated that it could seek over $1,000 in damages for each individual affected if its case against Google is successful, according to Bloomberg. The group includes 4.4 million people, which suggests that Google could face as much as a $4.3 billion claim in the privacy case.