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|Day's Range||46.10 - 46.43|
|52 Week Range||27.72 - 47.59|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||48.45|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.18 (0.47%)|
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Super Mario will take his quest to rescue Princess Peach to the big screen, but will Nintendo and Comcast be able battle the legacy of bad videogame movies? Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Jen Rogers, and Melody Hahm discuss.
For Comcast and others interested in acquiring pieces of 21st Century Fox, the media company’s international operations are the main attractions, as the U.S. pay-television market slows down.
On Sunday of this week, financial publication Barron’s touted a turnaround effort from Sony Corp (ADR) (NYSE:SNE), suggesting SNE stock could advance as much as 20% thanks to sales of video game and camera chips. The rosy outlook for an otherwise-beleaguered Sony does beg the question, however: Just how much heavy-lifting will these two product lines have to do to offset potential weaknesses the electronics giant is still facing with the other businesses it owns? As it turns out, camera and gaming technologies are, indeed, showing incredible growth, but they would have to maintain their current pace for some time for SNE stock to reach the kind of lofty valuation Barron’s is talking about.
Yes, EA really did remove microtransactions from Star Wars Battlefront 2 hours before the game was released. But what's next?
EA has removed the ability to purchase loot boxes in Star Wars Battlefront 2 mere hours before the game's global launch in an unprecedented response to fan anger over the game's progression system.
Is there a way to fix Star Wars Battlefront 2? Yes, but the steps EA and DICE would need to take are drastic.
Daniel Loeb has made a name for himself generating impressive, and consistent, returns over the last two decades. In the process he has amassed a fortune of $3.2 billion, putting him at number 240 on the Forbes 400 list.
Bungie just had its first livestream detailing the new Destiny 2 expansion, Curse of Osiris. There's a lot to dissect here.
Sony's (SNE) gaming and semiconductors businesses have been seeing great momentum, and the company expects the growth to be even steeper than before on robust demand.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — "Thor: Ragnarok" topped the box office again in its second weekend, adding $57.1 million from North American theaters. The superhero sequel, the third in the franchise, has grossed $212.1 million domestically to date.
While market darlings like Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN), NVIDIA Corporation (NASDAQ:NVDA), and Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG,NASDAQ:GOOGL) dominate the daily headlines, there are high-growth tech stocks flying under the radar in this market that are just exploding higher. One such hidden gem is Japanese electronics maker Sony Corp (ADR) (NYSE:SNE). Perhaps best known as the manufacturer of the Playstation gaming console, televisions, and headphones, SNE stock has rallied more than 65% this year.
EA may not be winning "worst company in America" awards any more, but they've taken a lot of heat in 2017 from Mass Effect Andromeda to Visceral to Battlefront 2 and more.
Powered by stronger sales of its camera chips for smartphones along with videogame systems and software, Sony Corp's stock could rise by another 20 percent over the coming year, Barron's said on Sunday. The company, once a market leader in consumer-electronics, has fallen behind in sales of televisions, personal computers and smartphones in recent years, Barron's said. Over the two fiscal years that ended in March 2012, Sony posted a cumulative loss of more than $9 billion, about half of its stock market value at the time.
Powered by stronger sales of its camera chips for smartphones along with videogame systems and software, Sony Corp's [6758.T] stock could rise by another 20 percent over the coming year, Barron's said on Sunday. The company, once a market leader in consumer-electronics, has fallen behind in sales of televisions, personal computers and smartphones in recent years, Barron's said. Over the two fiscal years that ended in March 2012, Sony posted a cumulative loss of more than $9 billion, about half of its stock market value at the time.
DICE promised free DLC for Star Wars Battlefront 2, but there may be a pretty significant time cost to unlocking some of it.
This weekend's Barron's cover story takes a look at the prospects for big car makers as the industry changes. Other featured articles discuss a consumer-electronics giant that is out of the doghouse and ...
Sony is out of the doghouse. Its sales of camera chips for smartphones and videogame systems and software are marching higher. Television and music profits have pleasantly surprised. Money-losing businesses ...
Destiny 2 is going to have two DLCs and a big fall expansion at least, but when is the game finally going to get around to adding this one, key thing?
Microsoft (MSFT) was once a leader in the video game console market with the Xbox 360, but Xbox One hasn't been so popular.
Sweden’s Spotify is likely to go public in the coming months, with huge ramifications for Sirius XM Holdings Inc. (NASDAQ:SIRI), Pandora Media Inc (NYSE:P) and other radio and music players. Since I last covered SIRI stock, shares are down by about 7%. The dip in SIRI stock, along with a fiasco over at Pandora last week, has improved Sirius’ appeal nicely.