Behind Alphabet’s Recent Stock Performance Trend
On June 22, Alphabet (GOOG) stock yielded a return of -0.25% on a volume of $941,958 to close at ~$957.09.
Alphabet (GOOGL) is selling two of its robot-making firms for an undisclosed amount. The buyer of the robotic firms is SoftBank, the owner of Sprint (S).
Alphabet’s Google (GOOGL) is putting its best foot forward to combat the rise of fake news and other forms of search quality issues.
Streaming Claws on Twitter showed the strengthening ties between Turner and the social media company.
Twitter’s current book value per share of ~$6.5 compares with its expected book value per share of $6.4. Its shares are trading at a PBV ratio of ~2.8x.
Alphabet, through its Google Fiber unit, is finally spreading its fiber Internet connection to Louisville, with work starting in West Louisville neighborhoods.
Twitter is set to benefit from Horne’s experience in antiterrorism messaging, and the hiring couldn’t have come at a better time for the company.
Google, an Alphabet (GOOGL) company, is using animals including elephants and camels to map remote pockets of the world.
Alphabet’s cloud location in Seattle would bring Google closer to two of its fiercest cloud rivals, Amazon.com (AMZN) and Microsoft (MSFT).
Google and its peers view AR as a potential pillar of their businesses. Grand View Research projects that the AR market will grow to more than $100.0 billion by 2024.
In recent months, Baidu (BIDU) has suffered a string of executive departures, which its management has largely downplayed. For investors, frequent talent outflows could raise questions.
At the end of its annual investor meeting in May 2017, Twitter left no doubt that it had been seriously considering a premium service that it could charge its members a fee to access.
While Baidu is the largest Internet search provider in China, WeChat is the country’s dominant social messaging app.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is venturing into the online job recruitment business with a search engine designed to connect employers and job seekers.
Pakistan is one of the overseas markets that Facebook (FB) is eyeing for growth, but it’s complicated.
The rise of Facebook (FB) and Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google as powerful advertising forces has been a joy for their investors and a pain for their competitors.
Several major brands yanked their ads from Alphabet’s (GOOGL) YouTube platform after they discovered that they’d been appearing next to clips promoting extremist views.
LinkedIn, which sold itself to Microsoft (MSFT) last year, is in the race to profit from marketers’ spending on Internet advertising on social networks.
Amazon’s (AMZN) resilience is about to be tested in a major way in a market where it’s just beginning to take root.
According to Apple (AAPL), AR (augmented reality) is a big idea akin to the Smartphone. When Apple compares something to the Smartphone, it’s a big deal.