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NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,185.92
-2.90 (-0.24%)
As of 2:19PM EDT. Market open.
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Previous close1,188.82
Open1,189.39
Bid1,185.54 x 900
Ask1,185.75 x 800
Day's range1,180.00 - 1,191.00
52-week range903.40 - 1,195.42
Volume594,124
Avg. volume1,531,966
Market cap826.142B
Beta1.30
PE ratio (TTM)50.21
EPS (TTM)23.62
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est1,291.00
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  • Google Faces EU Antitrust Fine on Android Control
    Bloomberg Video13 hours ago

    Google Faces EU Antitrust Fine on Android Control

    Jul.16 -- Alphabet's Google unit is expected to face an antitrust fine in the coming days over its control of the Android platform. The penalty could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty Google paid to the EU for shutting out rivals to its shopping search service. Bloomberg's Ed Ludlow explains.

  • Moment of truth for Google as record EU antitrust fine looms
    Reuters2 hours ago

    Moment of truth for Google as record EU antitrust fine looms

    By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Google is set to face a record-busting EU antitrust fine this week over its Android mobile operating system but rivals hoping that an order to halt unfair business practices will help them may be disappointed. The European Commission's decision, delayed by a week by U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to a NATO summit in Brussels last week, is expected on Wednesday. It comes just over a year after the Commission slapped a landmark 2.4-billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty on Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc, for favoring its shopping service over those of competitors.

  • Google works with the UN to monitor environmental changes
    Engadget3 hours ago

    Google works with the UN to monitor environmental changes

    Google is partnering with the United Nations to help measure the impact of

  • Reuters3 hours ago

    Moment of truth for Google as record EU antitrust fine looms

    Google is set to face a record-busting EU antitrust fine this week over its Android mobile operating system but rivals hoping that an order to halt unfair business practices will help them may be disappointed. The European Commission's decision, delayed by a week by U.S. President Donald Trump's visit to a NATO summit in Brussels last week, is expected on Wednesday. It comes just over a year after the Commission slapped a landmark 2.4-billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty on Google, a unit of Alphabet Inc, for favouring its shopping service over those of competitors.

  • Investopedia3 hours ago

    Tech Stocks to Take Hit in Any US-China Trade War

    While the fears of the looming trade war between two of the world’s leading economies, the U.S. and China, have been making headlines for quite some time, U.S. tech giants have largely stayed out of the fight. Many tech industry leaders have expressed disappointment over Trump’s policies on environment and immigration, but they have abstained from making comments on tariff policy. In fact, Silicon Valley has supported the administration on the issues of intellectual property theft and local trade barriers like those erected by China for its local technology companies.

  • Facebook (FB) Boosts AI, Hires Google Chip Development Head
    Zacks4 hours ago

    Facebook (FB) Boosts AI, Hires Google Chip Development Head

    Facebook (FB) is reportedly hiring Shahriar Rabii, Google's AI head of chip development in its efforts to develop in-house chips.

  • Facebook’s Aquila Move Could Affect Spending and Strategy
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Facebook’s Aquila Move Could Affect Spending and Strategy

    Until the first quarter, Facebook (FB) has spent roughly $23.4 billion on R&D (research and development) since starting work on its Aquila project in 2014. Facebook’s R&D costs had risen 18.8% YoY in the fourth quarter of 2017. Initiatives like Aquila may have been responsible for Facebook’s rising R&D costs, so ending the drone-building program may reduce its R&D costs.

  • Has Alphabet Beaten Q2 2018 Expectations?
    Market Realist5 hours ago

    Has Alphabet Beaten Q2 2018 Expectations?

    Alphabet (GOOGL) is scheduled to release its second-quarter earnings results on July 23, meaning that Google’s parent will report its second-quarter results ahead of its peers Facebook (FB) and Twitter (TWTR), which are scheduled to report their results on July 25 and July 27, respectively. In the first quarter, Alphabet reported revenue and earnings that exceeded expectations fueled by gains in its core Google advertising business, where revenue jumped 24.3% YoY (year-over-year). Alphabet’s total revenue rose 26% YoY to $31.1 billion in the first quarter, while its profits jumped more than 74%, translating to EPS of $13.33.

  • Flipkart management opposes Google's investment, sees it as a future rival: Report
    India Today6 hours ago

    Flipkart management opposes Google's investment, sees it as a future rival: Report

    A partnership with Flipkart could have unleashed a formidable force in terms of a voice-based shopping experience - Google's strength in building an online shopping ecosystem, along with its AI-powered speaker Google Home.

  • Facebook’s Aquila Looks to Industry Drone Builders
    Market Realist6 hours ago

    Facebook’s Aquila Looks to Industry Drone Builders

    Facebook’s (FB) second-quarter earnings are slated to be released on July 25—a month after the company announced that it would overhaul its Aquila project. Facebook has been funding a project that involves using specialized drones to expand Internet access in developing countries. Dubbed Aquila, the project would use solar-powered drones capable of flying at high altitudes and staying aloft for months.

  • Reuters7 hours ago

    FANG surge leads stock market recovery, putting Netflix in spotlight

    NEW YORK/SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The FANGs have gotten their bite back, and they are helping Wall Street erase the wrenching correction that beset it in February. Facebook, Amazon.com, Netflix and Google's parent Alphabet have led the technology and consumer discretionary sectors back to record high levels in recent days. Whether they can haul the wider market over that threshold likely hinges on the rush of quarterly scorecards due soon from the four of them, starting with Netflix late on Monday.

  • Did Alphabet’s Costs Keep Rising in Q2 2018?
    Market Realist7 hours ago

    Did Alphabet’s Costs Keep Rising in Q2 2018?

    Alphabet’s (GOOGL) costs and expenses have been on the rise in recent years as the company has continued to invest in the expansion of its closely watched cloud computing business. Investments in creating new products as well as the marketing of those new products are also driving Alphabet’s costs. In the first quarter, Alphabet’s expenses jumped 32.4% YoY (year-over-year) driven by big boosts in its search and marketing spending.

  • Google Could Face Record Fine For Android Monopoly Case
    News189 hours ago

    Google Could Face Record Fine For Android Monopoly Case

    Opponents claim that this constitutes the abuse of Android's 74 per cent share of the European smartphone market and harms rival search engines and browsers.

  • Google's Day of Reckoning Is About the Next Billion Users
    Bloomberg9 hours ago

    Google's Day of Reckoning Is About the Next Billion Users

    You have to give one thing to Facebook Inc.: Confronted by a torrent of accusations of misbehavior over the past 12 months, the world’s largest social network has at least made the effort to be conciliatory. The same cannot be said about Alphabet Inc.’s Google. The European Commission will this week reveal the punishment for the search giant’s practice of forcing smartphone-makers to install its suite of apps on devices running on its Android operating system.

  • Google Faces EU Antitrust Fine on Android Control
    Bloomberg13 hours ago

    Google Faces EU Antitrust Fine on Android Control

    Alphabet's Google unit is expected to face an antitrust fine in the coming days over its control of the Android platform. The penalty could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty ...

  • The Wall Street Journal23 hours ago

    Will Bitcoin Save Us From Google?

    Let’s probe Apple, Facebook, Amazon and Google, because they make up about 12% of the S&P 500—while representing almost all of the stock-market’s gains this year. Apple’s problems already have become visible. Apple hopes to make it up in services, but Google leads in maps, Netflix in video, and Uber in transportation.

  • 1 Thing That Sets PayPal Apart From the Competition
    Motley Foolyesterday

    1 Thing That Sets PayPal Apart From the Competition

    And it's practically set on autopilot.

  • Google's Phone app can now filter spam calls
    NewsBytesyesterday

    Google's Phone app can now filter spam calls

    Google has updated its Phone app to add a feature that will detect spam calls and filter them out. This means, every time you get one of those promotional calls, it's likely your phone will not ring and you won't even get notifications for such calls. The feature called "Caller ID And Spam Protection" is available on Android Marshmallow 6.0 and above. Here's more.

  • EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps

    Google’s latest European Union woes could mean opportunity knocks for app developers stymied by contracts that pre-install the U.S. giant’s own services on Android phones and tablets, according to analysts and companies. The Alphabet Inc. unit is expected to face an antitrust fine over Android in the coming days that could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty for shutting out rivals to its shopping search service. “It would dramatically help us,” said Gabriel Weinberg, chief executive officer of Paoli, Pennsylvania-based DuckDuckGo Inc., a search engine that doesn’t track users.

  • EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps
    Bloomberg2 days ago

    EU’s Attack on Android Boosts Rivals in the Battle of the Apps

    Google’s latest European Union woes could mean opportunity knocks for app developers stymied by contracts that pre-install the U.S. giant’s own services on Android phones and tablets, according to analysts and companies. The Alphabet Inc. unit is expected to face an antitrust fine over Android in the coming days that could top last year’s record 2.4 billion-euro ($2.8 billion) penalty for shutting out rivals to its shopping search service. “It would dramatically help us,” said Gabriel Weinberg, chief executive officer of Paoli, Pennsylvania-based DuckDuckGo Inc., a search engine that doesn’t track users.

  • CNBC2 days ago

    Even without a GPS, here's why mobile phones are 'the best spying device you can imagine'

    A team of Northeastern University researchers recently found a way to track people with cellphones with GPS capabilities turned off. “People don't really realize that their mobile phone, with access to all these sensors, is, in some sense, potentially like the best spying device you can imagine," one researcher told CNBC. You may think turning off your smartphone’s location will prevent this, but researchers from Northeastern University in Boston found that isn’t always the case.

  • EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case
    The Telegraph2 days ago

    EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case

    EU prepares to hit Google with record fine in Android monopoly case

  • Amazon Prime Day 2018: How to get the best tech deals
    Yahoo Finance2 days ago

    Amazon Prime Day 2018: How to get the best tech deals

    Amazon's Prime Day will have big tech deals. Here's how to shop for the best items.

  • Mueller probe IDs long-hidden hackers
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Mueller probe IDs long-hidden hackers

    PARIS (AP) — On the morning of March 19, 2016, Den Katenberg ran a little test with big stakes.

  • Long-hidden hackers unmasked by US special counsel
    Associated Press3 days ago

    Long-hidden hackers unmasked by US special counsel

    PARIS (AP) — On the morning of March 19, 2016, Den Katenberg ran a little test with big stakes.