will also get a Class C share for every stock they own. Does that mean regular Google investors are about to get expanded control over the Internet giant? Not really. That\’s because GOOG and GOOGL will not be the same when it comes to …
Kyle Anderson writes: The Google Inc. (Nasdaq: GOOG) stock split happens tomorrow (Wednesday, April 2), meaning Google shareholders of record as of March 27 will own two shares tomorrow for every share they own today. Following …
Alphabet, the name of Google's new parent company, started trading on Monday. Following the restructuring that shook the tech world in August, parent company Alphabet started trading under the same symbol as pre-restructuring Google. …
As markets open today GOOG's stock is up almost 4.3%. Alphabet, every AP reader's favorite umbrella corporation for their favorite company, has posted the results of their first 2017 quarter's earnings. Things are looking pretty good, too. …
The company is Japan's SoftBank Group Corp. (SFTBF), whose stock has surged more than 30% year-to-date, Google Finance data shows. (For more, see also: …
10:52p I'm getting antsy anticipating all the news this week. The indictment(s), Fac.. 10:41p Google says the industry is behind it's move to block ads on Chrome — not eve.. 10:41p Google says the industry is behind it's move to block ads …
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 …
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 …
No, your eyes are not playing tricks on you. Google Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOG) was really trading at $581 on Thursday. But don’t worry. The stock has split into two share classes. The other uses the ticker GOOGL, and it was trading at about …
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% …