|Bid||5.85 x 800|
|Ask||5.86 x 2900|
|Day's range||5.75 - 5.95|
|52-week range||5.57 - 21.22|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||N/A|
|PE ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Earnings date||4 Feb 2019 - 8 Feb 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||8.05|
Apple (AAPL) has unveiled its list of the most downloaded non-game apps on iPhones this year. Alphabet’s (GOOG) YouTube continues to see a lot of downloads despite already having over 1.5 billion monthly active users.
Apple (AAPL) has acquired early-stage artist development startup Platoon, according to Music Business Worldwide. Apple hasn’t disclosed its plans for Platoon. Spotify (SPOT), one of Apple’s main competitors in the music streaming industry, has taken to signing early-stage artists directly instead of going through record labels.
An expanded Facebook and PayPal relationship is mutually beneficial and could be a game-changer for PayPal, according to MoffettNathanson.
Last month, Facebook (FB) launched a career-development service, Learn with Facebook. The service is aimed at job seekers. It provides mentorship and job listings. With the launch of the career-development service, Facebook seems to be pursuing LinkedIn’s share of the job seeker market. In addition to operating a professional networking platform, Microsoft-owned (MSFT) LinkedIn provides career-development services and paid subscriptions. The Learn with Facebook service is currently free.
Today we've highlighted five stocks that are currently trading for under $10 per share. All of these stocks currently sport a Zacks Rank #2 (Buy) or better and are showing signs of outpacing the market in 2019.
Adidas is dropping its all new Ultraboost 19 running shoes later this week, but you won't have to wait in line to get a look at them. The company is partnering with Snapchat to offer an augmented reality-powered preview. According to Adidas, the AR preview will be the first time Snapchat has partnered with a sneaker brand to let users try on a product through a lens.
Snap Inc. (SNAP) Chief Executive Officer Evan Spiegel announced today that Julie Henderson will join the company as Chief Communications Officer. In this role, Ms. Henderson will report to Mr. Spiegel and lead communications globally as Snap continues to redefine the camera and empower people to express themselves visually with friends and family.
Iddris Sandu already has Google, Instagram, Snapchat and Uber on his resume. This architect plans to bridge the gap of technology and culture to minorities and youth around the world.
Analysts who expect Snap's revenues to grow much faster than Facebook's are underestimating the vast chasm between their competitive positions.
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Spectacles, even if they come with more cameras and snazzy augmented reality overlays on videos, will not change that. The feature that first made Snapchat stand out was its rapid growth and popularity with young users. New Spectacles are unlikely to improve the recent dip in Snapchat’s daily active user numbers, which fell 1 per cent in the last quarter.
The problem, according to analyst Michael Morris, is that Snap is a messaging company at a time when investors want advertising-revenue growth.
Baidu (BIDU) and Alphabet (GOOGL) are working to create new revenue streams outside their core advertising businesses. Baidu’s pursuit of nonadvertising revenue has seen it venture into the development of self-driving vehicles, the sale of cloud services, and the purchase of stakes in companies operating in the nonadvertising industry. For example, Baidu is an anchor investor in Foxconn Industrial Internet, which went public earlier this year.
Facebook (FB) CEO Mark Zuckerberg was invited to appear for a Grand International Committee hearing on November 27 on the company’s role in election meddling and spreading misinformation. Facebook’s vice president for public policy, Richard Allan, attended the hearing in London and was reportedly questioned by lawmakers from nine countries including the UK (EWU), Canada, Brazil (EWZ), Latvia, Argentina, Ireland, Singapore, France, and Belgium, related to disinformation and fake news.
The EU market has proven to be a tricky field for Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google recently. Since June 2017, the European Union has hit Google with ~$8.0 billion in fines over antitrust issues. At the same time, Google is changing some of its traditional practices to try to minimize its troubles in Europe.
Alphabet’s (GOOGL) Google is concerned about a proposed EU law that would require the company to pay royalties to EU publishers for displaying summaries of their news articles in Google’s news search results. Google is prepared to shut down its news service in EU countries if they adopt the proposed link tax in its present form, Google news executive Richard Gingras told The Guardian recently. For Google, there would be no direct financial loss if it shuts down its EU news service.
On November 15, Google parent Alphabet (GOOGL) reportedly announced that it is closing down its bipedal robotics team after failing to find a buyer. Notably, Google had acquired the Japanese team Schaft in 2013 to develop bipedal robots to help navigate disaster scenarios. In 2016, Schaft created a robot prototype to navigate stairs and homes. Along with Schaft, Alphabet acquired Boston Dynamics and seven other robotics firms under the robotics division, which was led by Andy Rubin, who left Google in 2014.