|Bid||107.9800 x 800|
|Ask||108.0100 x 1800|
|Day's Range||106.8000 - 108.6100|
|52 Week Range||80.7000 - 116.1800|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.09|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||44.31|
|Earnings Date||Jan 29, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||1.84 (1.68%)|
|1y Target Est||125.15|
Sony has been a part of CES for 20 years and this will be the first one it's ever missed. Like other companies, for years Sony hoarded information to debut at E3, TGS, and Gamescom, but E3 was generally where you saw new consoles and flagship titles debut. Assigning a complex, creative industry to a yearly schedule of major announcements is a great way to burn them out, and that's exactly what's happening.
“Market conditions are changing. The continued rise in interest rates suggests we are in the early stages of a bond bear market, which could intensify as central banks withdraw liquidity. The receding tide of liquidity will start to reveal more rocks beyond what has been exposed in emerging markets so far, and the value of […]
Can Apple Survive Its Stagnating iPhone Unit Sales? The global tablet device market has been shrinking for several quarters, and the third quarter was no exception. Apple (AAPL), one of the world’s top tablet companies, has borne the brunt of the shrinking tablet market.
Last year hip-hop overtook rock as the most popular genre in the US. It dominates streaming services and music charts across the globe. “I only just got here, I don’t understand anything,” Toyin Wilson says as he moves around his newly rented apartment in Manchester, searching for the best WiFi signal so we can talk over Skype.
Bulls came out on top after another volatile session for the key indexes in the stock market today. The Nasdaq led as hard-hit tech stocks rebounded.
Cisco Systems (CSCO) posted better-than-expected revenues in the first quarter of fiscal 2019, which it reported on November 14 after the market bell. First-quarter revenues of $13.07 billion exceeded analysts’ expectation of $12.86 billion by 1.6% and surpassed the company’s revenue expectation of $12.74 billion–$12.99 billion. Cisco’s revenues increased 7.7% year-over-year from $12.14 billion a year ago.
Recently, Apple’s (AAPL) iPhone unit sales haven’t been telling the whole story about the health of its iPhone business. In the past, iPhone unit shipments were more representative of the strength of the business, but that has changed.
Nike (NYSE:NKE) has long had a reputation for acting like a technology company, although its growth rate is more akin to that of Cisco Systems (NASDAQ:CSCO) than Amazon.com (NASDAQ:AMZN). Investors have been doing just that lately, tossing out Nike like it was Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), the shares down almost 13% from their Sept. 21 peak, opening for trade November 15 at around $75. Nike, in other words, is a fashion name, not a technology name.
Microsoft Office, the software that includes Microsoft Word and PowerPoint, is in breach of European data rules and has been harvesting data including the content of private emails, according to regulators.
The latest round of 13F filings from institutional investors is out, revealing to the world the stocks that some of the richest and most successful investors have been buying and selling. Takeaways From ...
Can Apple Survive Its Stagnating iPhone Unit Sales? Apple (AAPL) admitted early this month that its performance in India hadn’t been great in its fourth quarter of fiscal 2018, which ended in September. It said its India business was flat year-over-year in the period, weighed down in part by a weak Indian currency.
Amazon (AMZN) disappointed investors on October 25 when it reported weak third-quarter 2018 results and soft revenue guidance for the fourth quarter. While Amazon exceeded third-quarter earnings estimates, its revenues missed Wall Street expectations. The online retail giant also predicts weakness in its fourth-quarter revenues.
Developers started flocking to Airtable, an app that combines a spreadsheet and database, giving it a cult following in Silicon Valley. Now, the company has raised $100 million at a $1.1 billion valuation.
Software giant Oracle Corp. this week lost key ground in a legal challenge to the Pentagon’s $10 billion, winner-takes-all cloud services contract, which analysts largely agree favors Amazon.
Altamonte Springs will take part in an urban co-development program between international cities led by Mastercard Inc. The city was one of 16 international locations selected as part of Purchase, N.Y.-based Mastercard's (NYSE: MA) City Possible program, which will focus on common challenges between international cities and the potential to solve them in collaboration through various events and learning exchanges between the group's members. Altamonte will take part of the public/private program as the only city in Florida selected. “I am proud to embark on this new venture as we explore smart, sustainable alternatives,” Altamonte Springs Mayor Pat Bates said in a prepared statement.
BlackBerry (NYSE: BB) is reportedly in talks to buy Cylance, which utilizes artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning technologies to enhance its IT security services. Cylance’s technologies, top-notch workforce, and connections to the U.S. government should help BB win more huge IT security deals, thereby improving BlackBerry’s results and boosting BlackBerry stock.
Facebook (FB) is expanding its footprint in Ireland as it takes over the site that has been the headquarters of Irish lender Allied Irish Banks. Ireland is not just Facebook’s European headquarters but also the capital of the company’s entire international operations. Facebook’s international revenue increased 32.1% YoY to $7.0 billion in the third quarter, accounting for more than half of the company’s worldwide revenue.
Lately, the software industry has seen a number of multibillion-dollar acquisitions. In June, Microsoft (MSFT) acquired GitHub for $7.5 billion, and it recently completed this acquisition. GitHub is a central repository where developers keep their code.
Bain Capital Ventures, the venture capital division of the eponymous Boston-based investment firm, said it has raised a new $1 billion fund to invest in startups, adding to a year of big-dollar fund-raising by tech investors. Bain Capital Ventures, which has backed LinkedIn and Jet.com, told Reuters that $650 million would go into one fund, about half of which will be used for early-stage investments, backing young startups with unproven business models, the firm's sweet spot. The other half will be used for investments in bigger, growing businesses.