Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT) shares were seen trading lower by 53 cents at $73.69 in Friday's session. The stock is in the red despite posting a Q4 EPS beat along with a $44 million beat for revenues. Keep in mind, it had a …
Morgan Stanley stock analyst Brian Nowak reportedly said this week that the initiatives have been underwhelming, and he lowered estimates for Snap's ad sales growth. Others have voiced concerns about users skipping ads on Snapchat …
Microsoft's cloud computing business helped boost its fourth ... using data from …
A man called Walt Mossberg retired this year. Don’t worry if that name means nothing to you, because Mossberg isn’t a household name. He is, or rather was, one of the best technology writers around. (First for The Wall Street Journal and …
The boom times are officially back for Microsoft. Microsoft (MSFT, Tech30) stock opened above $60 a share on Friday morning, setting a record high for the first time since the height of the dot com bubble in 1999. The stock soared 5% …
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I have no financial interest in Microsoft stock but a growing number of investors are betting that its shares are poised for a plunge. Are they betting on a short-term earnings miss or a longer term decline in its profit potential? I think Microsoft
Microsoft stock not only has the potential to get to $60, says Money Morning Capital Wave Strategist Shah Gilani, after it gets there, it will keep going. That's not a popular view on Wall Street, at least not lately. After a relatively weak Q3 …
Moving away from a pay system that showered riches on a generation of entrepreneurs and engineers, Microsoft said yesterday that it would no longer grant stock options, relying instead on actual awards of stock to help pay its 50,000 …