MSFT - Microsoft Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
106.21
-0.66 (-0.62%)
As of 3:28PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous Close106.87
Open106.92
Bid106.21 x 2900
Ask106.22 x 800
Day's Range106.01 - 107.35
52 Week Range72.05 - 111.15
Volume14,558,376
Avg. Volume25,405,178
Market Cap814.442B
Beta1.25
PE Ratio (TTM)49.86
EPS (TTM)2.13
Earnings DateOct 24, 2018 - Oct 29, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield1.68 (1.56%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-08-15
1y Target Est121.64
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  • Business + Coffee: Trump and the Fed, Microsoft thwarts Russian hackers, Netflix testing promo spots
    Yahoo Finance Video6 minutes ago

    Business + Coffee: Trump and the Fed, Microsoft thwarts Russian hackers, Netflix testing promo spots

    Tuesday, August 21: Trump criticizes Fed and Powell for raising rates; Microsoft says it stopped Russian hacking group from hacking two conservative think tanks using fake domain names; Netflix is running promo spots in between episodes that it says are not “ads.” Yahoo Finance’s Dan Roberts serves the news.

  • Tech Howl for August 21
    Yahoo Finance Video2 hours ago

    Tech Howl for August 21

    Apple will reportedly launch a new MacBook Air and Mac mini later this fall. Microsoft says Russian hackers are expanding their attempts to meddle in the upcoming midterm elections by targeting conservative websites and the Senate. Also, Nvidia has announced its new RTX line of graphics chips, and if the hype is real, they could drastically change computer graphics.

  • Microsoft uncovers Russian hack attempt on U.S. Senators, conservative think tanks
    CBS News Videos17 minutes ago

    Microsoft uncovers Russian hack attempt on U.S. Senators, conservative think tanks

    The Kremlin denied allegations that Russian intelligence is targeting various conservative think tanks and senators who have spoken out against President Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. CNET senior producer Dan Patterson joined CBSN to discuss Microsoft's evidence of the latest hacking attempt.

  • How Microsoft Foiled Russian Hackers Targeting GOP Trump Critics
    Bloomberg Video55 minutes ago

    How Microsoft Foiled Russian Hackers Targeting GOP Trump Critics

    Aug.21 -- Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft, discusses the company's seizure of web domains created by cyber-attackers linked to the Russian military, in a potential attempt to manipulate and disrupt the U.S. midterm elections. He speaks with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Markets: Balance of Power."

  • Microsoft found Russian phishing sites mimicking Republican groups
    Engadget13 hours ago

    Microsoft found Russian phishing sites mimicking Republican groups

    Weeks after Microsoft revealed it detected Russian hackers targeting multiple 2018 campaigns (including Senator Claire McCaskill) the company is announcing it found and disabled six spoof domains created by "a group widely associated with the Russian government." That group is known as APT28, Fancy Bear or Strontium, and has been tagged as responsible for some of the hacking that occurred prior to the 2016 presidential election. Microsoft president Brad Smith wrote in a blog post that its Digital Crimes Unit used a court order to take control of these domains: my-iri.org, hudsonorg-my-sharepoint.com, senate.group, adfs-senate.services, adfs-senate.email and office365-onedrive.com. The IRI and Hudson URLs in particular could've been used to impersonate two conservative think tanks, although Microsoft said it has no evidence they've been used in successful attacks.

  • Microsoft uncovers more Russian hacking ahead of midterms
    Associated Press32 minutes ago

    Microsoft uncovers more Russian hacking ahead of midterms

    Microsoft has uncovered new Russian hacking efforts targeting U.S. political groups ahead of the midterm elections.

  • Russian hackers targeted U.S. Senate, think tanks: Microsoft
    Reuters37 minutes ago

    Russian hackers targeted U.S. Senate, think tanks: Microsoft

    Microsoft Corp said that hackers linked to Russia's government sought to launch cyber attacks on the U.S. Senate and conservative American think tanks, warning that Moscow is broadening attacks ahead of November's congressional elections. The world's biggest software company said late on Monday that it last week took control of six web domains that hackers had created to mimic websites belonging to the Senate and the think tanks. The domain takedowns are the latest in a string of actions by Microsoft to thwart what it says are hacking attempts by a Russian-backed hacking group known as APT28, or Fancy Bear.

  • Russian hackers targeted U.S. Senate, think tanks: Microsoft
    Reuters37 minutes ago

    Russian hackers targeted U.S. Senate, think tanks: Microsoft

    Microsoft Corp said that hackers linked to Russia's government sought to launch cyber attacks on the U.S. Senate and conservative American think tanks, warning that Moscow is broadening attacks ahead of November's congressional elections. The world's biggest software company said late on Monday that it last week took control of six web domains that hackers had created to mimic websites belonging to the Senate and the think tanks. The domain takedowns are the latest in a string of actions by Microsoft to thwart what it says are hacking attempts by a Russian-backed hacking group known as APT28, or Fancy Bear.

  • Barrons.com51 minutes ago

    Microsoft Stops More Political Hacking Attacks

    In what could become a regular occurrence, Microsoft on Tuesday said the company thwarted phishing attacks that it believes originated from Russia that targeted the U.S. Senate and two conservative think tanks, the Hudson Institute and the International Republican Institute. Several weeks after Facebook said it foiled a politically motivated hack in the months leading up to the midterm elections, Microsoft said it executed a court order to shutter six websites created in recent weeks by a group tied to Russian intelligence, known by the names Strontium, Fancy Bear, and APT28. In a blog post, Microsoft (MSFT) President Brad Smith said the attempted attack is fresh evidence that "democracies around the world are under attack." In an interview with MSNBC, Smith said "everyone across the political spectrum" is at risk.

  • How Microsoft Foiled Russian Hackers Targeting GOP Trump Critics
    Bloomberg1 hour ago

    How Microsoft Foiled Russian Hackers Targeting GOP Trump Critics

    Brad Smith, president and chief legal officer at Microsoft, discusses the company's seizure of web domains created by cyber-attackers linked to the Russian military, in a potential attempt to manipulate ...

  • InvestorPlace1 hour ago

    Microsoft Stock: 3 Numbers Actually Worth Paying Attention To

    Tech giant Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) has gained 25% since the start of 2018 — almost five times better than the S&P 500’s rocky 6% ride higher. Right now, the company’s market cap is $819 billion, leading many analysts and journalists to begin chattering about MSFT stock’s path to the $1 trillion mark. With that in mind, let’s take a look at a few numbers related to MSFT stock that investors are much better off paying attention to.

  • The Latest: FBI aware of hack political found by Microsoft
    Associated Press1 hour ago

    The Latest: FBI aware of hack political found by Microsoft

    The FBI says it's aware of actions taken by Microsoft to take down fake websites that parroted those of U.S. political organizations. Microsoft on Tuesday blamed a hacking group tied to the Russian government for creating the fake sites that mimicked two American conservative think tanks, as well as websites belonging to the U.S. Senate.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Russia calls Microsoft's hacking allegations a 'witch-hunt'

    Russian foreign ministry on Tuesday denounced as a "witch-hunt" accusations put forward by Microsoft Corp over alleged attempts by hackers linked to Russia's government to launch cyber attacks on U.S. institutions. "It is regrettable that a large international company, which has been working in the Russian market for a long time, quite actively and successfully has to take part in a witch-hunt that has engulfed Washington," the ministry said in a statement. Microsoft said that hackers linked to Russia's government tried to carry out cyber attacks on the U.S. Senate and conservative American think-tanks.

  • Reuters2 hours ago

    Russia calls Microsoft's hacking allegations a "witch-hunt"

    Russian foreign ministry on Tuesday denounced as a "witch-hunt" accusations put forward by Microsoft Corp over alleged attempts by hackers linked to Russia's government to launch cyber attacks on U.S. institutions. "It is regrettable that a large international company, which has been working in the Russian market for a long time, quite actively and successfully has to take part in a witch-hunt that has engulfed Washington," the ministry said in a statement. Microsoft said that hackers linked to Russia's government tried to carry out cyber attacks on the U.S. Senate and conservative American think-tanks.

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    U.S. officials threaten Russia with 'much more economic pain'

    Washington is prepared to impose more economic pain on Russia if it does not change its behavior, Trump administration officials said on Tuesday, as U.S. lawmakers pushed for stronger measures to counteract "malign" Russian activities. "Though Russia's malign activities continue, we believe its adventurism undoubtedly has been checked by the knowledge that we can bring much more economic pain to bear using our powerful range of authorities - and that we will not hesitate to do so if its conduct does not demonstrably and significantly change," Acting Deputy Treasury Secretary Sigal Mandelker told the Senate Banking Committee.