|Bid||17.96 x 800|
|Ask||26.00 x 4000|
|Day's Range||24.90 - 26.05|
|52 Week Range||17.83 - 28.72|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.48|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||302.53|
|Earnings Date||Feb 6, 2019 - Feb 11, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.16 (0.62%)|
|1y Target Est||28.20|
The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - The Chinese government said on Sunday it had summoned ...
Donald Trump will nominate William Barr to become his second attorney-general, picking a mainstream establishment Republican to head the justice department as it braces for Robert Mueller’s report into Russia’s ties to the Trump campaign. The selection of Mr Barr, who held the post under then-President George HW Bush, appeared aimed at blunting critics who have accused Mr Trump of attempting to smother Mr Mueller’s investigation by putting loyalists in positions to oversee his efforts.
NEW YORK (AP) — Two women who cleaned rooms set aside for President Donald Trump at one of his golf resorts in New Jersey say they used false papers to get hired, their supervisors knew it and that many employees there also lack legal documents.
The retro video game is perfect for a rainy weekend in London. Next week I’ll be following the MPs’ vote on prime minister Theresa May’s Brexit deal — the outcome will bring us a little closer to knowing what kind of future a European like me could have in the UK. This story by FT reporters in Hong Kong, Washington and London tells you everything you need to know about the dubious nature of the trade ceasefire — as well as Huawei’s alleged violation of sanctions against Iran — ahead of Meng’s bail hearing, scheduled for Friday.
An internal investigation of former CBS chief Les Moonves has turned up more evidence of sexual misconduct, as well as lying and destruction of evidence, throwing into jeopardy his $120 million severance package, The New York Times reported Wednesday. Lawyers hired by the network allege in a draft report that the TV executive committed "multiple acts of serious nonconsensual sexual misconduct" before and after he came to CBS in 1995, according to the Times. Among other things, investigators received reports about a network employee who was "on call" to perform oral sex on Moonves.
Facebook’s board has defended Sheryl Sandberg, its chief operating officer, for questioning the motives of billionaire investor George Soros after he criticised the social network, writing to Mr Soros’ ...
- Verizon Communications Inc's Oath Inc has agreed to pay about $5 million to settle charges from the New York attorney general that the media company's online advertising business was violating a federal children's privacy law. - A new contract with Marriott International that will give housekeepers in San Francisco an eventual $4-an-hour increase and better protections against sexual harassment was approved Monday, ending a nine-week strike by 2,500 workers at seven hotels in that city.
President Donald Trump's former campaign chief, Paul Manafort, tried to negotiate an agreement for the government of Ecuador to hand over Wikileaks founder Julian Assange to the U.S, the New York Times reported. The matter was discussed during meetings between Manafort and incoming Ecuadorian President Lenin Moreno last year but no deal ever emerged, the Times said. Last week, CNN reported that special counsel Robert Mueller's team was investigating a 2017 meeting between Manafort and Moreno.
, November 28) tries to show the economic relationship between China and Sri Lanka in the best possible light, listing, in particular, China’s recent economic assistance to the island nation. Sri Lanka built the Mattala Rajapaksa International Airport in the remote south-east corner (Hambantota) of the country with a loan of about $210m from China. The government was not able to service the loan of about $1.2bn taken from China to build the Hambantota Port, which China considers as a part of its Belt and Road Initiative.
The US will hold off on the promised 25 per cent tariffs on China, in exchange for “not yet agreed upon, but very substantial” Chinese purchases of American agricultural products. It certainly won’t reset the global trading system to normal.
In 1968, the sociologist Peter Berger wrote an article for the New York Times in which he confidently stated that the world was going secular. As sociological predictions go, it must rank as one of the worst (and there is stiff competition). Few now hold to it and Berger himself later recanted, editing a book entitled The Desecularization of the World.
Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg told the company's communications staff to conduct research on George Soros after he criticized tech companies in January, The New York Times reports.
When Angela Merkel steps down as chancellor, who will lead her party? The Christian Democratic Union has governed Germany for 49 of the past 69 years — and whoever wins next month will decide whether it continues on her more moderate path or swerves to the right.
Facebook said Ms Sandberg sent an internal email requesting the information after the billionaire investor hit out at the social network and Google at the World Economic Forum in Davos in January, when he accused the companies of monopolistic tendencies and acting as a “menace”. The revelation is the latest stage in a crisis that has engulfed Facebook after the New York Times reported the company had hired Definers, a Republican-leaning public affairs consultancy, to spread misinformation about competitors and critics. in Washington in December if Xi Jinping and Donald Trump agree to a trade war truce in Buenos Aires this weekend.
The Thanksgiving weekend is a welcome respite from the drudgery of daily life for most Americans. With cryptocurrencies now universally crashing — Bitcoin at pixel was trading at a shade over $4,000, down from $18,000 in December, and $8,000 last Thanksgiving — you may be wondering why so many people got involved in such an obvious mania. For instance, here's Techcrunch's advice on how to talk to relatives about crypto at the Thanksgiving dinner table.
The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Tobacco company Altria Group Inc is in talks to buy ...
Short interest is moderately high for NYT with between 10 and 15% of shares outstanding currently on loan. The last change in the short interest score occurred more than 1 month ago and implies that there has been little change in sentiment among investors who seek to profit from falling equity prices.
Did Trump launch a Twitter fusillade in 2017 when reports surfaced that Mueller was expanding his probe to include examining the president for possible obstruction of justice? Did Trump launch against Mueller last summer after the FBI released documents disclosing how it went about wiretapping a Trump campaign adviser? Did Trump launch in September, shortly after his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort pleaded guilty to two federal charges and reached a deal to cooperate with Mueller?
The following are the top stories on the New York Times business pages. Reuters has not verified these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. - Jack Ma, the head of e-commerce giant Alibaba Group ...
New York Times media reporter Edmund Lee joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss the New York Times story he co-authored reporting that former CBS CEO Les Moonves obstructed the investigation.
New York Times best-selling author James Clear says an effective morning routine can help fight the morning blues. The author of "Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones" joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss ways to build a better routine.
Sheryl Sandberg asked staff at Facebook to research George Soros and his financial ties, according to the New York Times. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Julia La Roche discuss.
CNBC's Jim Cramer discusses the latest negative headlines about Facebook, this time a report from the New York Times saying Facebook exec Sheryl Sandberg ordered staff to investigate the financial interests of liberal billionaire George Soros.
Nicholas Confessore, New York Times investigative reporter, joins 'Squawk Box' to discuss his story on Sheryl Sandberg telling Facebook to Facebook to investigate George Soros after he criticized the company for its hacking breach.