27.52 -0.47 (-1.68%)
Pre-Market: 4:33AM EDT
|Bid||27.45 x 800|
|Ask||27.52 x 1000|
|Day's Range||27.26 - 28.17|
|52 Week Range||17.03 - 47.79|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.43|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||90.58|
|Earnings Date||Oct 25, 2018|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||33.35|
The warning came after President Donald Trump pledged “severe punishment” should Saudi Arabia be linked to Khashoggi’s disappearance. If Saudi Arabia does use its crude resources to hit back, it would be a break from its decades-old policy of putting petroleum above politics. The kingdom had used energy as a weapon when it led an oil embargo in 1973-1974 during a war between Israel and a coalition of Arab states.
The U.K. and the European Union are on course to miss this week’s key milestone on the road to a Brexit deal after talks broke up in stalemate on Sunday, people familiar with the matter said. A weekend of intense negotiations -- including a surprise dash by Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab to meet his EU counterpart Michel Barnier in Brussels -- failed to break the deadlock.
“Despite intense efforts, some key issues are still open,” including the backstop for Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland to avoid a hard border, tweeted European Union’s chief Brexit negotiator Michel Barnier after meeting British counterpart Dominic Raab in Brussels on Sunday. Despite intense efforts, some key issues are still open, including the backstop for IE/NI to avoid a hard border.
Benzinga has featured looks at many investor favorite stocks over the past week. Bullish calls included an old-school conglomerate and a social media pair. Bearish calls included an electric car maker ...
Pat Cipollone is likely to replace Don McGahn as White House Counsel, according to Axios and The Washington Post. The litigator is well-liked among Trump's inner circle, and is seen as a loyalist. President Donald Trump is on the verge of naming Pat Cipollone, a veteran Washington litigator and a loyalist of the president, as White House Counsel, two published reports said on Saturday.
Square CFO Sarah Friar announced she was moving into a CEO role this week, which sent the company's stock down sharply. CEO Jack Dorsey, who runs both Square and Twitter, offered Friar some leadership advice. Investors in fintech company Square SQ don't seem to approve of the departure of CFO Sarah Friar, but CEO Jack Dorsey certainly does.
Investors in fintech company Square don't seem to approve of the departure of CFO Sarah Friar, but CEO Jack Dorsey certainly does.
The evangelical pastor’s case was championed by Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Michael Pompeo, among others. Turkey had charged Brunson with aiding people involved in a failed 2016 coup against Erdogan, accusations the U.S. rejected.
Roadie currently has more than 90,000 drivers on the platform, and is backed by investors like Google Chairman Eric Schmidt’s TomorrowVentures, UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund, and even rapper Ludacris. The Atlanta-based company launched in 2015, currently has more than 90,000 drivers on the platform, and is backed by investors like Google Chairman Eric Schmidt's TomorrowVentures, the UPS Strategic Enterprise Fund and even rapper Ludacris, to name a few. "It's essentially people already on the road heading in the right direction," Roadie founder Marc Gorlin told CNBC's "On the Money" in an interview.
Salesforce.com Inc. CEO Marc Benioff appeared to challenge Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey over his commitment to philanthropy in the city where both companies have their headquarters. “Exactly [how] much have his companies & [he] personally given back to our city, our homeless programs, public hospitals, & public schools?” Mr. Benioff wrote in reference to Mr. Dorsey on Twitter.
Twitter is the latest internet giant facing scrutiny over its data transparency in Europe. Ireland's Data Protection Commission has launched an investigation into the social network after it declined to provide t.co web link tracking data to researcher Michael Veale, potentially violating the EU's allowance for requests under GDPR. The privacy expert said that Twitter rejected his request citing an exception to GDPR for demands that would involve "disproportionate effort." Veale, however, believed that Twitter was misinterpreting the law to limit the information it handed over.
The court in Izmir convicted Brunson, 50, an evangelical pastor from North Carolina, and sentenced him to three years, 1 month and 15 days in jail, but lifted all judicial controls and released him after accounting for penalty reductions and time served. Brunson had been accused of collaborating with terrorist groups and participating in a 2016 coup attempt in Turkey.
(Bloomberg) -- Salesforce.com Inc. Chief Executive Officer Marc Benioff gave fellow San Francisco corporate titan Jack Dorsey a piece of his mind on Twitter Friday. Benioff is one of the few tech leaders willing to criticize his own so openly.On Twitter, Benioff questioned Dorsey’s commitment to combating the city’s homeless crisis and drew attention to tax breaks that he said Dorsey’s companies, Twitter Inc. and Square Inc., got for putting their offices on Market Street, a main San Francisco thoroughfare that is a nexus of poverty and urban renewal. ...
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff disagree over a San Francisco ballot measure that seeks to tax large companies to fund the city's homelessness crisis. On Friday, Twitter TWTR CEO Jack Dorsey and Salesforce CRM CEO Marc Benioff publicly sparred over a controversial proposal to fight homelessness in San Francisco.
Square CFO Steps Down: Does Stock Seem Attractive Now? The stock of Square (SQ), a mobile payments company, has plunged ~20% in the past two days, as discussed in the previous article, due to the announcement of the departure of its CFO, Sarah Friar. Out of the 36 analysts covering Square, 17 analysts have rated the stock a “buy,” while 17 analysts rated the stock a “hold.” Two of the analysts have given the stock a “sell” rating, which signals that the majority of analysts are positive on the stock despite the CFO’s resignation.
The loss in value was due to the resignation announcement of the company’s chief financial officer (or CFO), Sarah Friar. On Wednesday, Friar declared that she will step down from the payments company and will join the San-Francisco-based social networking firm Nextdoor in December this year as CEO. In fact, according to a Bloomberg report, the departure of Friar could continue to pressure the stock in the coming months, as she was the face of the company and had served the company for six years.
The recent market selloff could not have arrived at a worse time for Twitter (NYSE:TWTR). Prior to the market’s retreat, Twitter stock had already dropped from $45 to $30 on fears of slow user growth, increased regulation, and intensified competition for digital advertising dollars. There is a strong, long-term bull thesis on Twitter stock at these levels.
Social media companies Twitter Inc. (NYSE: TWTR ) and Snap Inc. (NYSE: SNAP ) have both experienced significant stock declines of late, and both were upgraded Friday by Pivotal Research Group. The Analyst ...
The recent market selloff has been especially unkind to digital payments processor Square (NYSE:SQ). Square stock was once one of Wall Street’s highest flyers. The long-term bull thesis on Square stock at these levels is quite convincing.
Howard Lindzon’s latest blog post about Tencent Holdings’ (OTCMKTS:TCEHY) misguided $2 billion investment in Snap (NYSE:SNAP) has to make long-time owners of Snap stock question their sanity for hanging on as it’s dropped from $20 to less than $7. Snapchat and Snap stock is in free fall making Twitter’s (NYSE:TWTR) 22% year-to-date return (through Oct. 9) look pretty darn good. Is Twitter a Buy?
Investors hoping for a calm day on Wall Street Thursday were sorely disappointed as stocks swung 800 points. Square and Netflix were among the day's losers.
The threat of government regulation and higher expenses left investors in the social media platform reeling last month. Here's what you need to know.
Randy Wilson, Cendrowski Corporate Advisors By Randy Wilson Amidst the discussion following President Trump’s mid-August ask of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to study dialing back corporate financial reporting to twice a year, perhaps the most salient long-term issue has been ignored – namely, the potential impact on private companies and their decision about […]