GOOG - Alphabet Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,264.55
+15.71 (+1.26%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

1,264.55 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 6:31PM EDT

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Previous Close1,248.84
Open1,250.69
Bid1,264.69 x 1400
Ask1,266.39 x 1100
Day's Range1,246.45 - 1,269.00
52 Week Range970.11 - 1,273.89
Volume1,319,910
Avg. Volume1,348,838
Market Cap880.659B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.16
PE Ratio (TTM)28.94
EPS (TTM)43.70
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est1,352.50
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  • Waymo picks Detroit factory to build self-driving cars
    TechCrunch10 hours ago

    Waymo picks Detroit factory to build self-driving cars

    Waymo, the self-driving vehicle technology startup under Alphabet, is settingup shop in a Detroit factory on American Axle & Manufacturing's campus

  • Reuters15 minutes ago

    U.S. congressional leaders query Google on tracking database

    Top U.S. lawmakers on Tuesday wrote to Google's chief executive raising concerns about reports of a massive database known as Sensorvault that allegedly contains precise consumer location information from hundreds of millions of devices. The letter from Democrats and Republicans on the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee to CEO Sundar Pichai seeks a briefing and answers on how this information is used and shared, citing a New York Times report that the database includes nearly every consumer with an Android mobile device, in some cases storing information dating back to 2009. A representative for Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc, said in a statement: "The data in question is used for Location History, which is off by default.

  • Better Buy: Alphabet vs. Alibaba
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Better Buy: Alphabet vs. Alibaba

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  • Technology ethics campaigners offer plan to fight 'human downgrading'
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Technology ethics campaigners offer plan to fight 'human downgrading'

    Technology firms should do more to connect people in positive ways and steer away from trends that have tended to exploit human weaknesses, ethicists told a meeting of Silicon Valley leaders on Tuesday. Tristan Harris and Aza Raskin are the co-founders of the nonprofit Center for Humane Technology and the ones who prompted Apple and Google to nudge phone users toward reducing their screen time. Now they want companies and regulators to focus on reversing what they called "human downgrading," which they see as at the root of a dozen worsening problems, by reconsidering the design and financial incentives of their systems.

  • Snap is struggling in one area where it needs to succeed
    MarketWatch2 hours ago

    Snap is struggling in one area where it needs to succeed

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  • Benzinga6 hours ago

    Facebook Q1 Earnings Preview: What The Street Expects

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  • Waymo to reopen Detroit factory to build self-driving cars
    MarketWatch6 hours ago

    Waymo to reopen Detroit factory to build self-driving cars

    Google’s self-driving car spinoff Waymo says it will reopen an axle plant in Detroit to convert conventional vehicles so they can drive autonomously.

  • Reuters6 hours ago

    U.S. congressional leaders wants Google to answer questions on 'Sensorvault' database

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The top Democrats and Republicans on the U.S. House Energy and Commerce Committee on Tuesday wrote Google Chief Executive Sundar Pichai raising concerns about reports of a massive ...

  • GuruFocus.com6 hours ago

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  • Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month?
    Motley Fool6 hours ago

    Why Is Apple Paying Amazon $30 Million a Month?

    The tech giant is still running some of its cloud services on Amazon Web Services.

  • Google completes subsea cable to Chile in global cloud push
    Reuters6 hours ago

    Google completes subsea cable to Chile in global cloud push

    Alphabet Inc's Google has completed a 10,000-kilometer (6,214-mile) subsea cable linking the coast of California to Chile, a key step in its plans to bolster its global cloud computing infrastructure. The cable, dubbed the "Curie" project, arrived at the Chilean port of Valparaiso on Tuesday, Google said in a post on their regional website. Google has been investing heavily in technology infrastructure, especially in vital submarine cables connecting up its global network.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    FAA paves way for Alphabet unit to make first U.S. drone deliveries

    Alphabet Inc's Wing Aviation unit on Tuesday got the okay to start delivering goods by drone in Virginia later this year, making the sister unit of search engine Google the first company to get U.S. air carrier certification, the Federal Aviation Administration said. Wing Aviation plans to start commercial package delivery in Blacksburg, Virginia, later this year. Wing partnered with the Mid-Atlantic Aviation Partnership and Virginia Tech as one of the participants in the Transportation Department’s Unmanned Aircraft Systems Integration Pilot Program.

  • Google Spinoff’s Drone Delivery Business First to Get FAA Approval
    Bloomberg7 hours ago

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    The subsidiary, Wing Aviation LLC, now has the same certifications that smaller airlines receive from the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration and the Department of Transportation. It plans to begin routine deliveries of small consumer items in two rural communities in Virginia within months, the company said. “It’s an exciting moment for us to have earned the FAA’s approval to actually run a business with our technology,” Wing Chief Executive Officer James Ryan Burgess said in an interview.

  • When Your Neighborhood Gets a Corporate Rebrand
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    When Your Neighborhood Gets a Corporate Rebrand

    From National Landing to SoHa, neighborhoods often find themselves renamed by forces outside the community, from big companies to real estate firms.

  • Why Companies' Giant Revenue Misses Are A Bad Omen For Stocks
    Investopedia9 hours ago

    Why Companies' Giant Revenue Misses Are A Bad Omen For Stocks

    Corporate profits in 1Q 2019 were widely expected to be down, but revenue reports are turning out to be a bigger source of disappointment.

  • What To Expect From Facebook Earnings
    Investopedia10 hours ago

    What To Expect From Facebook Earnings

    The big question is whether the company's robust stock and revenue growth can continue if the economy slows and as regulatory oversight stiffens.

  • Apple CEO Tim Cook: Europe is leading the U.S. when it comes to tech regulation
    CNBC10 hours ago

    Apple CEO Tim Cook: Europe is leading the U.S. when it comes to tech regulation

    Apple CEO Tim Cook said that the tech industry very much needs to be regulated but he's "not confident" in U.S. lawmakers to do it right.

  • Reuters10 hours ago

    Waymo picks Detroit factory for self-driving fleet, to be operational by mid-2019

    Alphabet Inc's Waymo said on Tuesday it had chosen a factory in Detroit to mass produce self-driving cars, looking to the historical heart of the auto industry to build the vehicles of the future. The company's chief executive, John Krafcik, said in a blog post that Waymo would partner with American Axle & Manufacturing to lease and repurpose an existing Detroit facility that will be operational by mid-2019. Waymo said in January it had chosen Michigan for its first production facility, adding it would receive incentives from the public-private partnership agency, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, and create up to 400 jobs over time exclusively related to self driving.

  • Here’s how Netflix could profit from all the data it collects instead of burning through cash
    MarketWatch11 hours ago

    Here’s how Netflix could profit from all the data it collects instead of burning through cash

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