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Previous close37.44
Bid37.44 x 800
Ask37.45 x 1300
Day's range36.71 - 38.99
52-week range20.00 - 45.86
Avg. volume22,186,915
Market cap29.712B
Beta (5Y monthly)0.88
PE ratio (TTM)N/A
EPS (TTM)-1.58
Earnings date29 Oct 2020
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est36.26
  • Twitter now lets everyone limit replies to their tweets
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    Twitter now lets everyone limit replies to their tweets

    Twitter may describe itself as the town square, but that doesn't mean you have to talk to everyone walking past your seat at the cafe. Today, to increase the amount of "meaningful conversations" that take place on Twitter, and to help people weed out abuse and spam in their replies, the company announced that it is rolling out a new feature where users can limit who replies to their Tweets. After a brief run in beta, the feature is rolling out globally starting today to users of the iOS and Android apps, as well as, Suzanne Xie noted in a blog post announcing the feature.

  • One Million Lost Power in Storm That Spawned Chicago Tornado

    One Million Lost Power in Storm That Spawned Chicago Tornado

    (Bloomberg) -- More than one million homes and businesses lost power across the U.S. Midwest after a wall of lightning, hail and deadly winds ripped through Chicago and elsewhere, tearing apart trees and houses.The line of storms, 160 miles (257 kilometers) wide, cut a path of destruction across Iowa, Illinois and Indiana Monday. Wind gusts of 100 miles per hour and more were clocked across Iowa, damaging corn crops and knocking down silos. At least one brief tornado formed in the Rogers Park neighborhood of Chicago before heading into Lake Michigan, according to a preliminary report from the National Weather Service.Most of the outages are in Iowa and Illinois, including about 280,000 in Chicago and its suburbs, according to Exelon Corp.’s Commonwealth Edison. They come on the heels of Tropical Storm Isaias knocking out power to more than 2 million customers on the East Coast, leaving some without power for a week.Archer-Daniels-Midland Co. and Cargill Inc. crop-processing complexes in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, were knocked offline. Heartland Co-op in Iowa said late Monday it had serious damage at 21 locations. “Several locations are rendered inoperable and we are making contingency plans for managing the fall harvest,” the company said in a statement on its website.Read More: ADM Says Iowa Corn Processing Facility Offline After StormJarod Creed, owner of farm advisory JC Marketing Services LLC in Hudson, Iowa, estimated that as much as 100 million bushels of grain storage space was damaged or ruined in Iowa, and as many as 1.5 million to 2 million acres each of corn and soybeans across the state could be affected.Kinder Morgan Inc.’s Argo, Illinois, ethanol terminal outside of Chicago, a key hub for the biofuel market, was running on generator power on Tuesday as the local utility worked to restore service.The storm almost certainly meets the definition of a powerful system known as a derecho, said Rick Otto, a forecaster at the U.S. Weather Prediction Center in College Park, Maryland.Derechos are characterized by their large size and capacity for destruction. They can scour a landscape with damaging hail, dangerous wind gusts capable of throwing two-by-fours through walls, and even tornadoes.The storm got its start from thunderstorms and instability in the atmosphere across South Dakota and Nebraska Monday, then picked up strength and began ripping its way through Iowa and beyond.In recent years, hail has caused from $8 billion to $14 billion a year in insured losses, according to insurance giant Aon Plc.(Updates with Chicago tornado in second paragraph.)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.

  • Twitter users can now control who replies to their tweet

    Twitter users can now control who replies to their tweet

    All accounts, including those of elected officials, can now select the people who will be allowed to reply while composing a new tweet, Twitter said. Users can select from three sets of people - everyone, only people they follow and only people they mention in the tweet. This feature would also enable Twitter users carry out better conversations and limit their exposure to online trolls and abusers.

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