CRM - salesforce.com, inc.

NYSE - NYSE Delayed price. Currency in USD
126.96
+0.91 (+0.72%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close126.05
Open126.06
Bid0.00 x 4000
Ask0.00 x 900
Day's range125.87 - 127.72
52-week range83.55 - 131.00
Volume3,612,262
Avg. volume5,885,556
Market cap94.32B
Beta1.20
PE ratio (TTM)746.82
EPS (TTM)0.17
Earnings date29 May 2018
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est137.35
Trade prices are not sourced from all markets
  • Forbes3 days ago

    Why Companies Should Let Employees Work Remotely And Travel More

    "While working remotely and employee volunteer programs are both on the rise, there are still many companies and leaders that haven’t realized the value of letting your employees commute less and travel more, especially for social good,” says Caroline Pinal, the cofounder of Giveback Homes. The social good real estate company has built hundreds of homes for people in need across the U.S., in Puerto Rico, Nicaragua and Mexico. Caroline Pinal is the Cofounder of Giveback Homes. Through Giveback Homes, Pinal works with real estate agents and brokerages across the country to provide them with impactful volunteer opportunities and projects to donate to and support.

  • Reuters3 days ago

    At Germany's SAP, employee mindfulness leads to higher profits

    Peter Bostelmann, an industrial engineer at Europe's technology giant SAP, discovered meditation during a personal crisis a decade ago. The impact was so profound that he persuaded his employer to start a pilot mindfulness training in 2013. "It's the new jogging," said Bostelmann, who now runs a global mindfulness programme at SAP.

  • The tech execs who have called out Facebook's trust problem
    Yahoo Finance4 days ago

    The tech execs who have called out Facebook's trust problem

    Big-tech CEOs like Marc Benioff and Tim Cook haven't been shy about calling out Facebook.

  • Micron Technology And Salesforce.com Formed The Base On Base To Big Stock Market Profits
    Investor's Business Daily5 days ago

    Micron Technology And Salesforce.com Formed The Base On Base To Big Stock Market Profits

    You buy a stock when it breaks out of its base and clears its buy point, but then it starts to pull back all the way to the correct entry. Is the stock a dud? Not necessarily. A base on base may form.

  • Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) Banks on Acquisitions & Partnerships
    Zacks5 days ago

    Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) Banks on Acquisitions & Partnerships

    Dun & Bradstreet (DNB) benefits from strategic acquisitions, product innovations and partnerships.

  • Dow Jones Futures Fall As Home Depot Sales Miss; Software Breakouts Struggle
    Investor's Business Daily5 days ago

    Dow Jones Futures Fall As Home Depot Sales Miss; Software Breakouts Struggle

    Stock futures edged lower Tuesday as Home Depot fell on weak sales. Salesforce, Red Hat, Workday, Splunk and ServiceNow are struggling after breakouts came in lackluster volume.

  • MarketWatch6 days ago

    Salesforce bought about 5 million shares of DropBox in the first quarter

    Salesforce.com Inc. disclosed Monday that it bought 4.9 million shares of Dropbox Inc. during the first quarter, which represents about 1.3% of the shares outstanding. Dropbox's stock, which rose 0.5% in premarket trade, has inched up 0.1% since the end of March, while Salesforce shares have rallied 12.3% and the S&P 500 has gained 3.3%. Salesforce, the customer relationship management software company, also owned about 888,500 shares of communications software company Twilio Inc. , or about 0.9% of the shares outstanding, and about 45,000 shares of database platform company MongoDB Inc. , or about 0.1% of the shares outstanding, as of March 31.

  • From Mark Zuckerberg's Beast to Elon Musk's Marvin, meet 8 tech titans' dogs
    CNBC7 days ago

    From Mark Zuckerberg's Beast to Elon Musk's Marvin, meet 8 tech titans' dogs

    Even Jeff Bezos can't resist a furry face.

  • The Wall Street Journal11 days ago

    Benioff: MuleSoft Purchase 'Critical' to Salesforce Strategy

    Salesforce.com Inc.’s $6.5 billion acquisition of MuleSoft was driven by a growing demand among enterprises to better integrate business applications and data locked within their systems and deliver innovative products and services, Salesforce Chief Executive Marc Benioff says. “We always viewed MuleSoft as a critical part of our strategy,” Mr. Benioff told chief information officers, computer developers, architects and IT managers gathered here Wednesday at MuleSoft’s annual IT industry conference. “This has always been a great match, because our two platforms are stronger together, they’re better together,” Mr. Benioff said in remarks about the deal, which closed last week.

  • Breakout Watch: No. 1-Ranked Software Stock Salesforce Enters Buy Zone
    Investor's Business Daily11 days ago

    Breakout Watch: No. 1-Ranked Software Stock Salesforce Enters Buy Zone

    Cloud-computing pioneer and top software stock Salesforce.com is near a potential buy zone ahead of its upcoming earnings report.

  • Amazon’s cloud is sitting on at least $12.4 billion of future revenue
    CNBC11 days ago

    Amazon’s cloud is sitting on at least $12.4 billion of future revenue

    Amazon disclosed for the first time that its cloud service has at least $12.4 billion in backlog revenue.

  • Shares of cloud vendors New Relic and Twilio soar, showing investors that subscriptions are working
    CNBC11 days ago

    Shares of cloud vendors New Relic and Twilio soar, showing investors that subscriptions are working

    New Relic and Twilio soared on Wednesday after reporting revenue that topped analysts' estimates.

  • Cramer: Trump's Iran deal announcement showed just how 'stupid' this market is
    CNBC12 days ago

    Cramer: Trump's Iran deal announcement showed just how 'stupid' this market is

    Jim Cramer explains the stock market's seemingly irrational response to the president's Iran deal announcement.

  • Business Wire12 days ago

    Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP Continues Investigation on Behalf of Salesforce.com, Inc. (CRM) Investors

    Glancy Prongay & Murray LLP continues its investigation on behalf of Salesforce.com, Inc. investors concerning the Company and its directors’ and officers’ possible violations of state laws.

  • The Wall Street Journal12 days ago

    MuleSoft Founder Connects with Salesforce in Massive Acquisition

    MuleSoft Inc. is eyeing a broader role in corporate technology, from helping firms connect individual business software tools, to creating entire networks of reusable, integrated applications available to workers companywide, says founder Ross Mason. The San Francisco-based API company, which was acquired by Salesforce.com Inc. in a $6.5 billion deal that closed last week, is best known for developing the pieces of software that enable firms to connect different data sources in their own data centers, the cloud, or both. Delivered over a web-based service, MuleSoft’s APIs – which stands for application-programming interfaces – help companies stitch together a growing array of business applications and services, while unlocking valuable data trapped in older systems for use in newer tools, such as artificial intelligence and machine learning.

  • Salesforce.com Price Target Hiked; MuleSoft To Spur Cloud Computing
    Investor's Business Daily16 days ago

    Salesforce.com Price Target Hiked; MuleSoft To Spur Cloud Computing

    Salesforce.com's acquisition of MuleSoft will kick-start its push into cloud computing, says Credit Suisse, which raised its price target on the leader in software-as-a-service.

  • Salesforce Ventures earmarks $100M to invest in Canadian enterprise cloud startups
    TechCrunch17 days ago

    Salesforce Ventures earmarks $100M to invest in Canadian enterprise cloud startups

    After committing $2 billion towards expanding operations north of the border

  • Zendesk Earnings Beat, Gains Vs. Salesforce.com In Enterprise
    Investor's Business Daily18 days ago

    Zendesk Earnings Beat, Gains Vs. Salesforce.com In Enterprise

    Zendesk popped in high volume after reporting first quarter adjusted profit and revenue that topped estimates as the software provider picked up momentum in the enterprise market vs. Salesforce.com.

  • Barrons.com19 days ago

    Microsoft Needs Some Cloud M&A, Says BMO

    Microsoft (MSFT) could do with a large acquisition in the realm of cloud-computing software, according to Keith Bachman, a software analyst at BMO Capital. Bachman, who has an Outperform rating on Microsoft stock and a $109 price target, takes his cue from a report late yesterday by Bloomberg’s Dina Bass and Emily Chang. The reporters cited remarks from an interview with Chairman John Thompson, who said if he could find another software deal of the sort the company got with LinkedIn, he would be “all in." Bachman notes Microsoft is weak in cloud apps such as those from Workday (WDAY) and Salesforce.com (CRM): We believe Microsoft 1) is relatively weak in terms of its SaaS/applications portfolio, relative to its revenues and capabilities and relative to leading market participants such as salesforce.com (CRM, $120.99, Outperform) and Workday (WDAY, $124.84, Market Perform), 2) can successfully grow into new areas leveraging both Dynamics and LinkedIn, and 3) feels emboldened by the perceived success of LinkedIn.

  • Is Salesforce Profitable Enough To Take On Microsoft, Oracle In Merger Deals?
    Investor's Business Daily25 days ago

    Is Salesforce Profitable Enough To Take On Microsoft, Oracle In Merger Deals?

    Salesforce.com needs to be more profitable to compete versus software industry leaders Microsoft, Oracle and SAP, especially if it plans on making more acquisitions, says a Barclays analyst.

  • HPE vs. CRM: Which Enterprise Tech Stock Should You Buy?
    Zacks26 days ago

    HPE vs. CRM: Which Enterprise Tech Stock Should You Buy?

    The enterprise technology industry has been a hot stock option for years, and most investors interested in this space have heard of Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE) and Salesforce (CRM). With both companies presenting positive yet distinct stock signals, which should investors hop on now?

  • Reuters - UK Focus26 days ago

    European shares choppy as earnings fail to set trend, yields rise

    European shares steadied on Tuesday as a batch of company updates failed to set a clear trend and chipmakers were weighed down by AMS' warning of a downturn in orders. The pan-European STOXX 600 benchmark ...

  • Reuters26 days ago

    Salesforce announces $2.2 billion French investment as Macron meets Trump

    U.S. software company Salesforce will invest more than $2.2 billion (1.57 billion pounds) in its French business over the next five years, it said on Tuesday, in another sign of America Inc's new love affair with France since President Emmanuel Macron's election. The investment comes as Macron began a state visit to Washington, becoming the first foreign leader to be given the honour by U.S. President Donald Trump. "In the context of his state visit to the United States, Salesforce announced to President Macron an investment of more than $2.2 billion in the company's French business over the next five years," Salesforce said in a statement.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    SAP bullish on outlook as it beats path from back to front office

    FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Germany's SAP (SAPG.DE) announced upbeat results in the seasonally tough first quarter, saying it was gaining ground on competitors Salesforce (CRM.N) and Oracle (ORCL.N) in the cloud and that its margin recovery was firmly on track. SAP, Europe's largest tech company by stock market valuation, also raised its sales and profits guidance for 2018 to take into account the $2.4 billion acquisition of U.S. sales software firm Callidus that was announced in January. Investors welcomed the results, with SAP shares gaining 2.7 percent in early trading - even as hardware-focused tech stocks suffered in Europe on growing signs that Apple's (AAPL.O) latest iPhone is underperforming.

  • Reuters26 days ago

    SAP bullish on outlook as it beats path from back to front office

    FRANKFURT/LONDON (Reuters) - Germany's SAP (SAPG.DE) announced upbeat results in the seasonally tough first quarter, saying it was gaining ground on competitors Salesforce (CRM.N) and Oracle (ORCL.N) in the cloud and that its margin recovery was firmly on track. SAP, Europe's largest tech company by stock market valuation, also raised its sales and profits guidance for 2018 to take into account the $2.4 billion acquisition of U.S. sales software firm Callidus that was announced in January. Investors welcomed the results, with SAP shares gaining 2.7 percent in early trading - even as hardware-focused tech stocks suffered in Europe on growing signs that Apple's (AAPL.O) latest iPhone is underperforming.

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