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Sonos, Inc. (0ZFN.L)

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21.36+4.41 (+26.00%)
At close: 4:52PM GMT
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Previous close16.95
Bid0.00 x 0
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Day's range20.50 - 22.23
52-week range20.50 - 22.23
Avg. volumeN/A
Market cap2.509B
Beta (5Y monthly)1.56
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-0.18
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
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  • Apple to AT&T Wary of Full Disclosure in Google Antitrust Case

    Apple to AT&T Wary of Full Disclosure in Google Antitrust Case

    (Bloomberg) -- Apple Inc. and other technology companies said confidential material they provided for the U.S. government’s antitrust probe of Alphabet Inc.’s Google should not be shared with the search giant’s in-house lawyers because the information is too sensitive.In a filing Friday in federal court in Washington, Apple said it gave the U.S. Justice Department “competitively sensitive” documents and that allowing lawyers inside Google to see the information would result in “material harm” to Apple. A similar joint filing was made by Inc., AT&T Inc., Microsoft Corp., Oracle Corp., Comcast Corp., Sonos Inc., Duck Duck Go Inc. and T-Mobile US Inc.Concerns about such disclosures have emerged since the government sued Google for allegedly abusing its power to thwart competition. The Justice Department and Google have clashed over the extent of access to information collected by the government before it sued. The judge overseeing the case, Amit Mehta, has yet to rule on the issue.The Justice Department has proposed allowing companies that provided information to designate their most sensitive documents as “highly confidential,” which would prevent access to Google’s in-house lawyers, according to court papers. The U.S. argues that allowing the search giant to see the proprietary information would give Google even more power in the market than it already has.Google pays Apple billions of dollars a year to make its search engine the default browser option on iPhones and other products, according to analyst estimates. In its court filing, the iPhone maker said the documents at issue relate to its negotiations with Google and other search engines and Apple’s internal deliberations about those discussions.“Disclosure of this information to Google would directly implicate future business dealings between Apple and Google, provide Google with a substantial advantage over Apple in negotiations, and potentially disadvantage competitor search engines that negotiate with Apple and other software providers,” it said.(Updates with filing by Amazon and other companies.)For more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.comSubscribe now to stay ahead with the most trusted business news source.©2020 Bloomberg L.P.

  • Nasdaq Bucks Downtrend as Tesla Flirts With $500; Sonos Has Never Sounded Better
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    Nasdaq Bucks Downtrend as Tesla Flirts With $500; Sonos Has Never Sounded Better

    Investors have gotten used to seeing the Nasdaq Composite (NASDAQINDEX: ^IXIC) chart its own path, and Thursday was no exception. Among top Nasdaq stocks, Tesla (NASDAQ: TSLA) continued to get a lot of attention from investors, many of whom appear to be positioning themselves ahead of the forced buying from index fund managers next month. Tesla shares were up another 2% early Thursday afternoon, after having been up as much as 5% earlier in the session.

  • Why Sonos Stock Spiked to All-Time Highs Today
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    Why Sonos Stock Spiked to All-Time Highs Today

    Shares of home-audio company Sonos (NASDAQ: SONO) spiked on Thursday, briefly surpassing previous all-time highs set shortly after its initial public offering (IPO) in 2018. Today, investors were cheering the company's full-year financial results that showed strong growth, particularly in its direct-to-consumer (DTC) business. The fiscal year for Sonos ended on Oct. 3, and today the company released results for the fiscal fourth quarter, closing out 2020.