|Bid||13.47 x 2700|
|Ask||13.48 x 2200|
|Day's range||13.35 - 13.82|
|52-week range||11.28 - 29.44|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||12.33|
Twitter (TWTR) is showing a strong appetite for video, with the company announcing ~30 new live video partnerships in 3Q17 (ten of them being international deals). The company said it streamed more than 830 live events in 3Q17, with 74% of those events reaching its global audience of 330 million users. Twitter’s video push is consistent with the strategies of its social media peers such as Facebook (FB), Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google, and Snap (SNAP), which are also investing heavily in video to capitalize on the growing digital video advertising market.
Ripple owns about $80 billion worth of digital currency and could sell hundreds of millions of dollars worth a month.
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Dropbox, a tech unicorn that was valued at $10 billion in a funding round in 2014, is looking to launch the IPO in the first half of this year.
In a blog post discussing his company’s partnership with Time Warner’s (TWX) Warner Bros. film studio, Intel (INTC) CEO Brian Krzanich wrote about thinking of “the automobile as a new type of consumer space.” He made the comment in relation to driverless cars, adding that autonomous driving is “today’s biggest game changer” and is creating a new platform for innovation in entertainment and so much more. Intel is partnering with Warner Bros. to create entertainment experiences for people riding in driverless cars, which could encourage faster uptake of autonomous driving.
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Spotify will be a headliner in this year's IPO class with its non-IPO, and more billion-dollar companies are expected to debut amid a soaring stock market.
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Since going public in 2013 at a steep valuation, social media company Twitter (TWTR) has not quite lived up to Wall Street expectations. Twitter has increased the character limit per tweet from 140 to 280 to encourage more users. Already, Instagram has 500 million monthly active users, compared with Twitter’s 330 million monthly active users.
Stocks are mixed in early trading Friday after making gains once more yesterday, as fourth-quarter earnings are beginning to trickle in. The consumer price index rose 0.1% in December, largely due to ...
Facebook’s (FB) marketing expenses have increased steadily over the last five quarters. In 3Q17, its marketing expenses rose 26.3% YoY (year-over-year) to $1.2 billion. This trend helped drive up Facebook’s overall cost and expenses by 34% YoY in the quarter.
Shares of Snap Inc. slumped 2.4% in premarket trade Friday, after Raymond James turned bearish on the Snapchat parent, saying it was just an "overvalued chat company." Analyst Aaron Kessler cut ...
Confusingly jamming Stories in between private messages has sparked backlash amongst the first users of Snapchat's sweeping redesign.