|Bid||34.48 x 4000|
|Ask||34.39 x 1100|
|Day's range||34.32 - 34.86|
|52-week range||26.19 - 47.79|
|Beta (3Y monthly)||-0.17|
|PE ratio (TTM)||22.05|
|Earnings date||23 Apr 2019|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||33.56|
Donald Trump was furious in early 2018 when Don McGahn, then White House counsel, refused to deny media reports that the president had instructed him to fire Robert Mueller, the special counsel who was investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election. Mr Mueller did not assess whether Mr Trump had obstructed justice, partly due to justice department guidelines that prevent the indictment of a sitting president.
Facebook's (FB) first-quarter 2019 results are likely to gain on continued subscriber growth, driven by rapid adoption of Instagram and WhatsApp Stories.
Guggenheim analyst Michael Morris rates Twitter at Buy while Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter rates the company at Neutral. Both, however, expect it to meet or beat first-quarter estimates.
The social media company has jumped more than 100% this year. Wedbush analyst Michael Pachter downgraded Snap to Neutral from Outperform while maintaining a $12.25 price target.
The US attorney-general will give an “overview” of the report and discuss process questions at a 9.30am news conference that will include Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney-general who appointed Mr Mueller in 2017. A redacted version of Mr Mueller’s nearly 400-page report will later be delivered to Congress on compact-discs between 11am and midday, according to a justice department official. The historic account of Russia’s role in the 2016 election and alleged attempts by Donald Trump to obstruct justice will subsequently be posted on the justice department’s website, the official added.
FT subscribers can click here to receive FirstFT every day by email. The US justice department will today release a redacted version of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference ...
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North Korea no longer wants to deal with US secretary of state Mike Pompeo as a nuclear negotiator, the country’s state media has said, less than 24 hours after announcing that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un had overseen the test of a new tactical weapon. The official KCNA news agency said on Thursday that Pyongyang wanted to work with someone “more careful and mature in communicating” than Mr Pompeo.
Twitter has acquired the highlight-sharing app Highly. Highly CEO Andrew Courter announced the acquisition in a Medium post on Wednesday, but didn't detail what Highly's role at Twitter would look like. Twitter confirmed to TechCrunch that the deal was an acquihire, meaning Twitter is buying Highly primary for its staff, not the service itself.
Quotes from articles are much more eye-catching than links on Twitter, so thesocial giant is scooping up the team behind highlight-sharing app Highly
The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch's roundup of our biggest and most important stories. In a standoff that has been brewing since 2017, Apple argued that Qualcomm was charging too much for patent licensing. After Apple shifted to using Intel chips, Qualcomm moved to get iPhone imports banned in countries around the world for patent infringement.
2019 is shaping up to be one of the busiest years for tech IPOs in recent memory, with Pinterest and Zoom both set to debut on Wall Street on Thursday.
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Almost a month after US attorney-general William Barr declared that Donald Trump had not obstructed justice in the federal probe into alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election, the president was still trying to defend himself. Mr Barr will issue a redacted version of the Mueller report on Thursday — following intense pressure to release the full document in the wake of his initial four-page summary to Congress last month.
The Trump administration has placed new sanctions and other tough restrictions on Cuba and Venezuela in a series of measures designed to increase the pressure on Havana and try to force it to end its support for Nicolás Maduro, Venezuela’s de facto president. Speaking in Miami to survivors of a Cuban exile group that once led the failed 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion, John Bolton, the US national security adviser, said that Washington was targeting Cuba’s military and intelligence services through these sanctions, and that it would also restrict travel and cap exile remittances to the island.
Twitter Inc said on Tuesday it had suspended 100,000 accounts for creating new accounts after a suspension during January-March period, a 45 percent increase from last year. Twitter also said three times more abusive accounts were suspended within 24 hours after a report compared with the same time last year.
shot himself dead on Wednesday after police arrived at his house to arrest him as part of a corruption investigation. The government said that when officers arrived at his home, García withdrew to a closed room to phone his lawyer. President Martin Vizcarra confirmed the news on Twitter, sending his condolences to García’s family and loved ones.
Whether this will turn out to be an accurate description of the scale of this week’s policy shift is unclear. Landlords are set to lose the right to evict tenants at short notice without giving a good reason for doing so, under government plans unveiled on Monday. Until now they have been able to use Section 21 of the 1988 Housing Act to turf out renters after the end of a fixed term tenancy, with just two months’ notice.
Twitter gave a status update on Tuesday on its plans to target online harassment, which, the company claims, appear to be working. The platform has made "meaningful progress" in moving towards its goal of cutting down on abuse of the platform, wrote Twitter Vice President Donald Hicks. Specifically, more abusive accounts are getting suspended than this time last year, abusive tweets are being automatically flagged for the first time and repeat offenders are being blocked from opening new accounts.