MSFT - Microsoft Corporation

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
104.91
-0.52 (-0.49%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

104.41 -0.50 (-0.48%)
After hours: 7:59PM EDT

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Previous close105.43
Open105.40
Bid104.41 x 1200
Ask104.58 x 1800
Day's range104.51 - 105.82
52-week range71.28 - 105.82
Volume17,928,068
Avg. volume25,874,114
Market cap806.045B
Beta1.24
PE ratio (TTM)70.93
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yield1.68 (1.65%)
Ex-dividend date2018-08-15
1y target estN/A
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  • The Wall Street Journal3 hours ago

    Microsoft Azure Gains on Amazon Web Services in Cloud Market

    Large companies are shifting more workloads to the cloud and continue to spend most on Amazon.com Inc.’s Amazon Web Services, though Microsoft Corp.’s Azure is gaining ground, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reports. Asked which public-cloud providers they currently use for infrastructure-as-a-service, 56% of chief information officers at large public firms cited AWS, followed by 49% who cited Azure, the report said. The next closest cloud services for IaaS were Alphabet Inc.’s Google Cloud, Dell Technologies Inc.’s VMware and Oracle Corp.

  • SAP Wants to Double Its Customer Relationship Management Business
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    SAP Wants to Double Its Customer Relationship Management Business

    SAP (SAP) aims to double its CRM (customer relationship management) software sales in two years, according to Reuters. SAP seems to be excited by the CRM software market’s healthy growth. “In 2018, CRM software revenue will continue to take the lead of all software markets and be the fastest growing software market with a growth rate of 16 percent,” Gartner said in a release.

  • Could Microsoft Be Facing a Google Moment?
    Market Realist4 hours ago

    Could Microsoft Be Facing a Google Moment?

    Microsoft (MSFT), a cloud provider to the US government, has several contracts with federal agencies, including ICE (Immigration and Customs Enforcement). As a result, hundreds of Microsoft employees have denounced the company’s work with the agency, demanding that the company cancel the contracts. Microsoft has since clarified that it was not working with the government on any project that involves splitting families.

  • CNBC5 hours ago

    This wristband lets humans control machines with their minds

    Manhattan-based start-up CTRL-labs is developing a wearable that allows people to control computers, robots and applications by tracking the electrical activity generated when a person thinks about moving. Backed by tech giants Amazon AMZN and Alphabet GOOGL , the company is building neural interfaces to make our interactions with technology more fluid, to the point where devices feel like they become part of you. The company is founded by Patrick Kaifosh and Thomas Reardon, both of whom have PhDs in neuroscience from Columbia University.

  • AP Exclusive: Billionaires fuel US charter schools movement
    Associated Press5 hours ago

    AP Exclusive: Billionaires fuel US charter schools movement

    Dollar for dollar, the beleaguered movement to bring charter schools to Washington state has had no bigger champion than billionaire Bill Gates. The Microsoft co-founder gave millions of dollars to see a charter school law approved despite multiple failed ballot referendums. All told, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has given about $25 million to the charter group that is credited with keeping the charter schools open after the state struck down the law, and then lobbying legislators to revive the privately run, publicly funded schools.

  • Microsoft and National Geographic team up on AI research grant
    Engadget8 hours ago

    Microsoft and National Geographic team up on AI research grant

    Microsoft and National Geographic are partnering on a new grant program that

  • CNBC9 hours ago

    CEO of the world's largest asset manager is worried that tech shares are the only stocks doing well

    “If you strip out a handful of outperforming tech stocks, the lack of breadth in the equity markets is troubling,” says BlackRock CEO Larry Fink. Amazon, Netflix, Microsoft and Apple are responsible for 83 percent of the S&P 500’s gain in 2018. “We are at a pivotal point.

  • Why Microsoft Has Gone Up About 23% So Far This Year
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    Why Microsoft Has Gone Up About 23% So Far This Year

    The company is performing well, and investors are taking notice.

  • Can Microsoft Maintain Free Cash Flow Growth in Fiscal Q4 2018?
    Market Realist10 hours ago

    Can Microsoft Maintain Free Cash Flow Growth in Fiscal Q4 2018?

    Microsoft (MSFT) has continued to generate strong free cash flow in the last five years. Strong growth in revenue across all its segments coupled with a large number of contract wins, particularly in the cloud domain, has helped the company to maintain such free cash flow growth. In the last five quarters, Microsoft also generated free cash flow at an average of $8.5 billion every year.

  • Microsoft Stresses on Regulation of Facial Recognition Tech
    Zacks10 hours ago

    Microsoft Stresses on Regulation of Facial Recognition Tech

    Microsoft (MSFT) seeks government regulations on the use of facial recognition technology.

  • CNBC11 hours ago

    A year ago, Microsoft overhauled its sales team — here's how it's paying off

    Microsoft has been hiring and training people to help it better address key industries, including retail. The company has seen an increase in cloud partners. Microsoft MSFT has made progress in important ways following changes instituted in its sales organization last year, according to executives there.

  • PC Shipments Witness Solid Growth in Q2 Per Gartner, IDC
    Zacks11 hours ago

    PC Shipments Witness Solid Growth in Q2 Per Gartner, IDC

    The PC industry benefited in the second quarter from improving demand from business customers owing to migration to Windows 10.

  • Can Microsoft’s Gaming Business Deliver in Fiscal Q4 2018?
    Market Realist11 hours ago

    Can Microsoft’s Gaming Business Deliver in Fiscal Q4 2018?

    How is the gaming business performing? Microsoft’s (MSFT) gaming business is mainly driven by its Xbox gaming consoles and Xbox Live. The launch of Xbox One X last November has helped the company boost its gaming business.

  • Funko, GTT, Netflix, Microsoft and Skyworks as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
    Zacks12 hours ago

    Funko, GTT, Netflix, Microsoft and Skyworks as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

    Funko, GTT, Netflix, Microsoft and Skyworks as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day

  • The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, UnitedHealth and Microsoft
    Zacks12 hours ago

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, UnitedHealth and Microsoft

    The Zacks Analyst Blog Highlights: Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, UnitedHealth and Microsoft

  • 10 Stocks That Are Crushing the Market in 2018
    Motley Fool13 hours ago

    10 Stocks That Are Crushing the Market in 2018

    Obliterating the market's performance this year, all of these stocks have risen 22% or more -- and seven have exceeded 50%

  • Microsoft Expects High Unearned Revenue Growth in Fiscal Q4 2018
    Market Realist13 hours ago

    Microsoft Expects High Unearned Revenue Growth in Fiscal Q4 2018

    Microsoft (MSFT) continues to maintain strong growth in unearned revenue mainly triggered by its higher number of contract wins. The company expects unearned revenue in fiscal Q4 2018 to grow in the range of 38% to 39% as compared to Q3 2018. In the graph above, we can see the growth of unearned revenue for Microsoft in the last five quarters.

  • How Amy Hood Won Back Wall Street and Helped Reboot Microsoft
    Bloomberg14 hours ago

    How Amy Hood Won Back Wall Street and Helped Reboot Microsoft

    The feeling in the air is a bit like the first day of school, and new hires are taking selfies outside in front of a big Microsoft logo. Hood tells the crowd that her job as chief financial officer is not simply to balance the books and plan spending, although she’s pretty good at that.

  • Microsoft is actively working on an Android smartphone: Report
    India Today15 hours ago

    Microsoft is actively working on an Android smartphone: Report

    Microsoft is actively working on a new line of phones based on Android software due for release sometime in early 2019, according to a new Windows Latest report

  • Microsoft Could be Working on Android-Powered Smartphone
    News1817 hours ago

    Microsoft Could be Working on Android-Powered Smartphone

    The report also reveals that the new smartphone will not be a part of the Lumia series seen before by Microsoft.

  • CNBC21 hours ago

    Tell us what you think: What are you expecting from earnings this quarter?

    Netflix, Microsoft and Goldman Sachs are slated to report this week. Analysts have forecast 20 percent earnings growth in the second quarter. Netflix NFLX is among the corporates that will lead the week's earnings announcements, with the streaming giant slated to report on Monday after the market close.

  • Economic Calendar - Top 5 Things To Watch This Week
    Investing.comyesterday

    Economic Calendar - Top 5 Things To Watch This Week

    Investing.com - Geopolitics could hang over the market in the coming week, as investors look ahead to an unprecedented meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin on Monday.

  • Recommended Reading: Microsoft bets big on a smaller Surface
    Engadget2 days ago

    Recommended Reading: Microsoft bets big on a smaller Surface

    > Surface Go is Microsoft's big bet on a tiny-computer future

  • Microsoft calls for government regulation to prevent abuse of facial recognition tech
    The Telegraph2 days ago

    Microsoft calls for government regulation to prevent abuse of facial recognition tech

    Microsoft calls for government regulation to prevent abuse of facial recognition tech

  • The Wall Street Journal3 days ago

    [$$] Microsoft Calls on Government to Regulate Facial-Recognition Technology

    A top Microsoft Corp. executive is calling for the U.S. government to regulate facial-recognition technology, an area Apple Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s Google, Facebook Inc. and other tech-giant rivals have made significant bets, and where Microsoft has made its own investments. It is also the latest controversial topic Brad Smith, Microsoft’s president and chief legal officer, has taken on.