This takes Google Finance up to more than 40 stock exchanges from around the world, and is in addition to its mutual …
Google (GOOG), which has never met a launch it did not tout in a blog ... each hovering in the $169 billion to $170 billion range. (Microsoft’s stock is still much bigger at $247.6 billion.) Apple’s shares have been tamped down over the last …
The Google Finance blog hasn’t been updated since last March. Maybe Google is keeping quiet about its finance site because, despite going at it for three years and driving traffic straight from Google’s search homepage (ticker symbols …
Alphabet, Google's parent company, will report its quarterly earnings after markets close Thursday. Most are expecting a strong quarter fueled by advertising growth and new hardware products announced last fall, like the Pixel 2 smartphone …
The company’s results were warmly received by Wall Street. Alphabet’s Class C stock rose some 5% to over $46 a …
The guy has a net worth north of $10 billion (with a "B"), and just in case he needs a little extra dough for a rainy day, …
Google proves once again that it can close a big deal, picking up YouTube for a cool $1.65 billion in stock. The deal, expected to close in 4Q06, was approved by the boards today and announced after the market. Release. Webcast …
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 …