MSFT - Microsoft Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
108.29
+1.01 (+0.94%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

108.47 +0.18 (0.17%)
After hours: 6:03PM EST

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Previous Close107.28
Open107.08
Bid108.35 x 900
Ask108.45 x 3000
Day's Range106.80 - 108.88
52 Week Range80.70 - 116.18
Volume27,412,598
Avg. Volume30,968,689
Market Cap831.258B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.09
PE Ratio (TTM)44.60
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & Yield1.84 (1.68%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-11-14
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Microsoft briefly tested ads in the Windows 10 mail app
    Engadget38 minutes ago

    Microsoft briefly tested ads in the Windows 10 mail app

    It's bad enough when your email inbox gets inundated with subscriptions and promotions you forgot you ever signed up for, but now Microsoft is thinking about injecting advertisements right into your inbox. According to Windows news site Aggiornamenti Lumia, the beta version of the company's Mail client for Windows 10 has been placing ads right at the top of the inbox -- though the company has since turned off the feature and claims that it was just an experiment. In a now-removed FAQ page on Microsoft's support website (archived here), the company explains that it was running pilot program testing ads in Mail.

  • Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’
    Yahoo Finance5 hours ago

    Nintendo’s Reggie Fils-Aime: The holiday season is ‘critically important to our company’

    Nintendo of America President Reggie Fils-Aime talks about the importance of the holiday sales season and Nintendo's future.

  • E3 slouches towards irrelevance again as Sony announces it's skipping the show
    TechCrunch23 hours ago

    E3 slouches towards irrelevance again as Sony announces it's skipping the show

    Sony has been a part of CES for 20 years and this will be the first one it's ever missed. Like other companies, for years Sony hoarded information to debut at E3, TGS, and Gamescom, but E3 was generally where you saw new consoles and flagship titles debut. Assigning a complex, creative industry to a yearly schedule of major announcements is a great way to burn them out, and that's exactly what's happening.

  • InvestorPlace6 hours ago

    Microsoft Stock Could Get Lift From Conversational Chatbots

    Owners of Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) stock are investing in many things, ranging from cloud computing to productivity software to computers themselves. More and more, though, MSFT stock is a bet on artificial intelligence in general and conversational AI in particular.

  • Innovative Services around Microsoft Azure Are Fueling Its Growth
    Market Realist1 hour ago

    Innovative Services around Microsoft Azure Are Fueling Its Growth

    Azure is Microsoft’s (MSFT) cloud services platform. Although Amazon’s (AMZN) Amazon Web Services (or AWS) continues to be the most popular cloud platform, Azure is growing faster than AWS. Its revenue has continued to grow at a rate of over 75% year-over-year in every quarter.

  • InvestorPlace7 hours ago

    Don’t Buy Google Stock Until a Positive Catalyst Emerges

    Shares of Alphabet (NASDAQ:GOOG, NASDAQ:GOOGL), the parent company of Google, continue to struggle. Despite Alphabet’s robust earnings and revenue growth, investors have sold GOOG stock as competition and data privacy concerns weigh on the shares. Bad news and competitive challenges have taken their toll on GOOG stock.

  • InvestorPlaceyesterday

    Nike Stock, America’s Best Marketer, Is On Sale

    Nike (NYSE:NKE) has long had a reputation for acting like a technology company, although its growth rate is more akin to that of Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) than Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN). Investors have been doing just that lately, tossing out Nike like it was Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), the shares down almost 13% from their Sept. 21 peak, opening for trade November 15 at around $75. Nike, in other words, is a fashion name, not a technology name.

  • Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene to Leave; Kurian Steps In
    Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Google Cloud CEO Diane Greene to Leave; Kurian Steps In

    Greene, 63, will remain CEO through January, working with Kurian, who will join the Alphabet Inc. unit Nov. 26. Greene said in a blog post that she will stay as an Alphabet board member. During her tenure in charge of one of the internet giant’s central units, Greene rapidly expanded the business, hiring a major new salesforce and investing hundreds of millions of dollars in data centers and undersea cables.

  • Microsoft Manages to Grow LinkedIn’s User Engagement
    Market Realist3 hours ago

    Microsoft Manages to Grow LinkedIn’s User Engagement

    A couple of years ago, Microsoft (MSFT) acquired LinkedIn for a valuation of $27 billion, its biggest acquisition to date. During the past two years, Microsoft has managed to grow LinkedIn very quickly. In the latest quarter, the number of sessions on LinkedIn—a key metric used to measure user engagement—increased 34% YoY (year-over-year).

  • Bloomberg3 hours ago

    Google, Second Fiddle in Cloud Computing, Needs a New Tune

    Amazon pioneered that area with its Amazon Web Services operation, which (no exaggeration) has upended the trajectory of technology and business. Google also sells a version of its email, spreadsheet and document software to companies — an area in which it plays second fiddle to Microsoft and its collection of Office software. Second fiddle is exactly where Google has been in these and other areas broadly called cloud computing.

  • How Microsoft Is Setting Its Cybersecurity Apart from Its Peers’
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    How Microsoft Is Setting Its Cybersecurity Apart from Its Peers’

    Until a few years ago, in the days of Windows 7, Microsoft (MSFT) didn’t take the cybersecurity business too seriously, which was evident from the fact that its antivirus solution, Microsoft Security Essentials, wasn’t among the top players in the software security market. It was followed by Intel (INTC), IBM (IBM), Trend Micro, and EMC, each of which had a market share in the single digits.