|Bid||108.34 x 900|
|Ask||108.40 x 1100|
|Day's range||108.22 - 110.84|
|52-week range||78.01 - 116.18|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.31|
|PE ratio (TTM)||51.01|
|Earnings date||24 Oct 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||1.84 (1.66%)|
|1y target est||124.47|
Microsoft and Turn 10 are streaming the season-ending Forza Racing World Championship this weekend, starting with an initial pack of 24 racers on October 20th at 1PM Eastern and whittling down to the top 12 on October 21st (also at 1PM Eastern). If you'd rather watch on Twitch instead of Microsoft's Mixer, there's a special extension that can provide game rewards. Microsoft and Turn 10 started the Forza series in 2016 when digital motorsports were starting to take off, but the 2018 season is coming to a close in a fundamentally different landscape.
The world’s largest technology companies are selling more devices than ever, but only Apple makes much money doing it. Amazon and Google currently lead the smart-speaker market while Microsoft has carved out a respectable niche in tablets. Meanwhile, despite owning the leading mobile operating system, Google has barely made a dent in smartphones.
CEO Satya Nadella and other top Microsoft executives will be rewarded in part based on the number of times LinkedIn members visit the app, an addition to compensation starting in fiscal 2018.
More major tech reports will begin pouring in next week, and Wall Street will be hoping for strength from the sector's leaders. Here's a close look at a few of the major tech earnings reports due out in the coming days.
Ryan McQueeney and Maddy Johnson are joined by Bryce Tillery of Eve Capital, the sponsor of the Tactile Analytics ETF (ARVR), to discuss investing in augmented and virtual reality.
Richard Garriott, founder of Space Adventures, paid $30 million to live in space for 12 days as a tourist in 2008. He experienced everything from epic awe to tricky toilets.
Jim Cramer reveals his top "power" players in the information technology space, including consumer tech plays, software giants and a fintech kicker.
IBM (IBM) stock tanked nearly 5% in after-hours trading after the tech giant reported sluggish third-quarter 2018 results on October 16. The weak results pulled down IBM stock by 7.6% to its lowest levels of $134.05 on Wednesday since February 29, 2016. The stock’s decline of 7.6% on October 17 was the worst one-day decline since April 19, 2013, when the stock fell 8.3%. The stock hasn’t been performing well since the beginning of the year and has declined 9.8% on a year-to-date basis as of October 17.
Major indexes closed off their session lows but still suffered steep losses in the stock market today amid concerns including a hawkish Fed.
Stock futures. It's still a stock market correction, so stay in cash. Apple, AMD, UnitedHealth, TJX are among the few top stocks holding up. Breakouts aren't happening.
Microsoft's (MSFT) first-quarter fiscal 2019 results are likely to be driven by Azure's strength, robust Office 365 adoption and impressive LinkedIn growth.
Federal prosecutors have charged a former Microsoft sports marketing director with five counts of wire fraud, accusing him of attempting to embezzle $1.5 million from the company and using his NFL connections to sell Super Bowl tickets for his own gain. Jeff Tran, 45, was the director of sports marketing and alliances and managed the company's relationship with the NFL and its payments to third-party vendors, the Seattle Post-Intelligencer reports . In addition to selling off Super Bowl tickets intended for Microsoft employees, he allegedly coordinated the issue of false invoices to charge Microsoft for bogus services and the transfer of money for himself, according to the indictment filed Wednesday.