Alphabet Inc (ticker: GOOG, GOOGL), the company formerly known as Google, is the second-most valuable corporation on the planet. When companies grow to that enormous size, they can have trouble continuing to grow. Look no further …
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) (NASDAQ:GOOGL) stock was split last Thursday as announced by the company back in January. After the split, there are now two classes of shares with tickers GOOG and GOOGL. Last October, the stock
NEW YORK -- Google's got a mobile dilemma. The search giant's sales soared in the fourth quarter as clicks on ads exploded, boosted by mobile searches -- but the amount that advertisers paid Google for those clicks continued to slip. …
he market indices have been trading sideways for the last two months, but market breadth has been decisively negative, and new lows have been outpacing new highs. This deterioration of the internals began in September, and it seems like …
Some investment puns pack true substance. So when Todd Antonelli calls Google and its related ventures "alpha-bets," he sums up what many investment experts see as the key to the tech giant's future. As everyone knows, Google long ago …
And now, with the stock having cratered following Google's withdrawal from China, failure to find a second big growth engine, and ho-hum Q1 growth, he's doubling down: Adding GOOG To Citi’s Conviction Buy List — We view the 24% …
Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG ... weigh down the stock price this evening. Shares are down 5.8% at $524.50 in after-hours trading today. The 52-week range is $518.46 to $604.83. No price target consensus has been added since the stock split.
If you look at Google Finance, Google’s stock information site, you may notice something odd: Its numbers are off — …
You would think Wednesday’s Google (NYSE: GOOG) stock split would have activist investor Carl Icahn making a lot of noise and maybe it will. After all, the split works to preserve the company's leaders control of the company for years to …
Q: Why is Google's goog PEG ratio below 1? A: You are probably familiar with a price-to-earnings or P-E ratio. The PEG ratio is a little more specialized. A P-E ratio tells you how much investors are paying for a claim on $1 of a company's …