On April 2, Google stock (Nasdaq: GOOG) split into two classes of shares with two different tickers: GOOG stock and GOOGL stock. Since we still get asked "What's the difference between GOOG and GOOGL stock?," here's the …
Investors and market watchers are once again speculating about a Google stock split after the company's shares (GOOG) topped $1,000 on Friday afternoon, buoyed by excellent third-quarter earnings. If the company split its stock 2-for-1, the …
Google stock plunged 8 percent, according to Reuters, after the company's third quarter earnings apparently leaked ahead of schedule on Thursday. A press release for the earnings report appeared on the Securities and Exchange …
The tech sector has turned around with impressive growth rates and earnings beat ratios for the most recent earnings season. Total earnings for the sector that have reported results so far are up 6% with beat ratio of 68.3%, while …
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 …
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG) shares climbed 55% in 2013 following the bullish take of investors on the strong revenue potential of the Web giant. The stock is expected to hit $991 on the back of improving search ads revenues, says a …
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. …
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 …
Tara Clarke: Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOGL) reported second quarter 2014 earnings after the bell on Thursday – and the reaction of Google stock reflected happy investors. The search engine king missed Wall Street estimates for earnings …
Google Inc (NASDAQ:GOOG)’s class-C shares will start trading on the Nasdaq under the symbol “GOOG” while class-A stock will trade under “GOOGL.” The search engine giant will issue a class-C share for each of class- A and class-B …