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1,155.48
-2.18 (-0.19%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT
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Previous close1,157.66
Open1,159.14
Bid1,151.11 x 900
Ask1,154.97 x 800
Day's range1,147.26 - 1,162.50
52-week range894.79 - 1,186.89
Volume966,212
Avg. volume1,746,766
Market cap804.637B
Beta1.31
PE ratio (TTM)48.92
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target estN/A
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  • Forget millennials: Here's a good reason why Apple should hire your grandmother
    CNBC4 hours ago

    Forget millennials: Here's a good reason why Apple should hire your grandmother

    Tech companies can better understand the needs of the elderly by hiring an older workforce, say aging experts.

  • Wall Street Week Ahead: Supercharged telecom sector could become investor favorite
    Reuters4 hours ago

    Wall Street Week Ahead: Supercharged telecom sector could become investor favorite

    An overhauled telecommunications sector featuring most of the so-called FANG stocks could debut as Wall Street's hottest bet when it kicks off in September, boosted by a rising wave of media and television acquisitions. Long viewed as stodgy stocks for dividend-oriented investors, the telecom services sector (.SPLRCL) will be renamed communications services and supercharged with the addition of Facebook (FB.O), Netflix (NFLX.O) and Google-owner Alphabet (GOOGL.O) - three of the four FANGs, along with Amazon - as well as other companies that have driven the stock market to record highs in recent years. The changes are part of the largest-ever shakeup of the stock market's broad business categories.

  • Waiting for Peter Thiel: big tech directors miss shareholder meetings
    Reuters8 hours ago

    Waiting for Peter Thiel: big tech directors miss shareholder meetings

    Some small investors who want to give a piece of their minds to big tech company directors are losing their only chance: many board members are skipping annual shareholder meetings. Companies that hold meetings online have some of the worst records for attendance. A large portion of Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O), Facebook Inc (FB.O), Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) directors have not attended annual shareholder meetings in recent years, company records and securities filings show, in some cases in growing numbers.

  • Reuters8 hours ago

    Waiting for Peter Thiel: big tech directors miss shareholder meetings

    Some small investors who want to give a piece of their minds to big tech company directors are losing their only chance: many board members are skipping annual shareholder meetings. Companies that hold meetings online have some of the worst records for attendance. A large portion of Alphabet Inc (GOOGL.O), Facebook Inc (FB.O), Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) and Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) directors have not attended annual shareholder meetings in recent years, company records and securities filings show, in some cases in growing numbers.

  • Forbes9 hours ago

    Google Can Now Predict When You Will Die...And Other Small Business Tech News This Week

    Here are five things in technology that happened this past week and how they affect your business. 1 — Google AI can predict when you will die. Google is currently training a new artificial intelligence computer to predict whether hospital patients will die within 24 hours after being admitted.

  • How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod
    CNBCyesterday

    How to choose between an Amazon Echo, a Google Home and an Apple HomePod

    Smart home assistants can be helpful for controlling everything from your music to your lights. Picking one can be hard. Here's how to choose between the Amazon Echo, the Google Home and the Apple HomePod.

  • 3 Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for 25 Years
    Motley Foolyesterday

    3 Growth Stocks to Buy and Hold for 25 Years

    If you're looking to build wealth over decades, look no further than these three very different companies.

  • Forbesyesterday

    Here Are All The 'Pokémon GO' Alolan Forms You Can Hatch Via Gifting Eggs Right Now

    Pokemon GO While trading might be the biggest news out of Pokémon GO this month, the friending system has come with an unexpected bonus. Not only is friending what will allow you to trade, but being friends with someone, even at a distance, will allow you to send them gifts, and vice versa.

  • Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Is Competition Heating Up in the AI Chip Market?

    NVIDIA has been the clearest beneficiary of the advent of AI. Is the tide finally turning?

  • Fitbit Is Finally a Real Apple Smartwatch Competitor
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Fitbit Is Finally a Real Apple Smartwatch Competitor

    The Versa smartwatch has elevated the fitness device maker into a contender.

  • Everyone Should Hate Google Glass
    Bloombergyesterday

    Everyone Should Hate Google Glass

    After the device failed as a consumer item, Google started marketing it to industry, where it’s actually showing signs of becoming useful. In healthcare, for example, it can help doctors and nurses with the high-stakes task of dealing with myriad patients and getting all their details right. Such upsides, though, don’t mean that Google Glass will, on balance, be good for humanity. Consider flight attendants, whose work has some similarities to nursing.

  • Meet the man whose job it is to reassure people that Google search isn’t evil
    CNBCyesterday

    Meet the man whose job it is to reassure people that Google search isn’t evil

    Here's how Danny Sullivan became the public face of Google search and why the company needs an ombudsman now more than ever.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Cannes Ad Festival Reflects Advertising’s Changing Guard

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  • Google Adds Another Weapon in Its Battle Against Amazon
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    Google Adds Another Weapon in Its Battle Against Amazon

    As technology companies continue to search for areas to generate additional revenue, they increasingly encroach on each other's space.

  • Forbes2 days ago

    Android Circuit: Galaxy S10 Design Leak, Samsung's Note 9 Exposed, Google's Pixel 3 XL Surprise

    Taking a look back at seven days of news and headlines across the world of Android, this week’s Android Circuit includes the best look at the Samsung Galaxy S10 design yet, the impressive Note 9 screen, why the Pixel 3 XL needs a single-lens camera, OnePlus 6’s million sales, the cost of Samsung’s folding smartphone, the leaked Nokia 5.1 Plus, and Google finally releases a Google Podcasts app for Android. Android Circuit is here to remind you of a few of the many things that have happened around Android in the last week (and you can find the weekly Apple news digest here).

  • Intel's next CEO will inherit fallout from Meltdown and Spectre
    CNBC2 days ago

    Intel's next CEO will inherit fallout from Meltdown and Spectre

    Intel is still facing many issues over cybersecurity problems with microchips, revealed by Google Project Zero researchers last January.

  • Baidu Joins Smart Speaker Price War
    Market Realist2 days ago

    Baidu Joins Smart Speaker Price War

    Baidu (BIDU) is gunning for revenues in the smart speaker market with a new device at a steeply discounted price. Baidu’s Xiaodu speaker was released in China on June 10 at a promotional price of roughly $14, which makes Xiaodu the cheapest smart speaker from a major Chinese brand. Although Baidu intends to continue the Xiaodu discount as long as it can, the device will retail at $39 after the promotion is over.

  • IGTV: 1 Part Snapchat, 1 Part YouTube
    Motley Fool2 days ago

    IGTV: 1 Part Snapchat, 1 Part YouTube

    Instagram's new long-form video platform borrows the best of both products.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    AT&T's Interest in Ad Tech Gets Thumbs Up on Madison Avenue

    AT&T, which is fresh off its acquisition of Time Warner Inc., has a treasure trove of TV and digital content from brands such as CNN and TNT. Now the telecom giant is in talks to buy AppNexus for $1.6 billion, a deal that would help it monetize that content better, using data from wireless customers to serve highly targeted ads. Mr. Rupczynski said the deal would give AT&T immediate infrastructure and more data and could give marketers “more leverage” in dealing with Google and Facebook.

  • Which Verticals Are Expected to Drive Gaming Revenue?
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    Which Verticals Are Expected to Drive Gaming Revenue?

    The below chart shows the exponential growth of mobile gaming over the last few years. Mobile gaming accounted for 18% of the total gaming market in 2012. In fact, mobile gaming is estimated to hit the $100 billion mark by 2021, according to gaming research firm Newzoo.

  • A look back at the best tech ads of the last 35 years
    TechCrunch2 days ago

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  • Why tech giants will love the Supreme Court's ruling for digital privacy
    Yahoo Finance2 days ago

    Why tech giants will love the Supreme Court's ruling for digital privacy

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  • The Wall Street Journal2 days ago

    Smart Speakers: Listen Up!

    Users of devices like the Amazon Echo and Google Home know this well. Each request must be preceded with the appropriate command word, even if one request immediately follows another. The Internet giant made its “Continued Conversation” mode available for its line of Home smart speakers.

  • More than 6,000 dogs 'work' at Amazon, where every day is 'Take Your Dog to Work Day'
    CNBC2 days ago

    More than 6,000 dogs 'work' at Amazon, where every day is 'Take Your Dog to Work Day'

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  • UPS reaches tentative deal with teamsters, YouTube rolls out new benefits for top stars, Twitter buys and closes Smyte
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    UPS reaches tentative deal with teamsters, YouTube rolls out new benefits for top stars, Twitter buys and closes Smyte

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