Alphabet Inc (GOOGL)

828.50
11.00 1.30
NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 839.65
Open 842.00
Day Low/High 829.10 / 844.00
52 Wk Low/High 593.09 / 810.35
Volume 2.11M
Avg Volume 1.56M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 691.42M
Market Cap 580.55B
EPS 28.30
P/E Ratio 45.76
Div & Yield N.A. (N.A)

Latest News

Wake Up Wall Street: What You Need to Know Before the Bell

Wake Up Wall Street: What You Need to Know Before the Bell

U.S. stock futures are pointing to sharp drops for Wall Street when markets open Monday following the Trump administration's failure last week to push through a health care bill.

Investing in Europe May Not Be a Bad Idea; Tech Is the Place to Be: Jim Cramer's View

Investing in Europe May Not Be a Bad Idea; Tech Is the Place to Be: Jim Cramer's View

Cramer shares his views on Europe and tech earnings.

Twitter, Netflix, MetLife: Doug Kass' Views

Twitter, Netflix, MetLife: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Twitter and talks about Sears.

Alphabet, Allergan, Ford: Doug Kass' Views

Alphabet, Allergan, Ford: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Alphabet, Allergan and Ford.

Amazon, Google and Facebook Square Off Against One Another in E-Sports

Amazon, Google and Facebook Square Off Against One Another in E-Sports

Amazon's Twitch and Google's YouTube are top seeds in the e-sports streaming brackets, but don't count out Facebook.

Walmart Just Revealed a Clever New Way to Make 8,000 DVDs Instantly Stream on Apple iPhones

Walmart Just Revealed a Clever New Way to Make 8,000 DVDs Instantly Stream on Apple iPhones

DVDs collecting dust on your shelves will be put to use again.

These 3 Key Risks Could Stop Apple From Ever Being Worth $1 Trillion

These 3 Key Risks Could Stop Apple From Ever Being Worth $1 Trillion

Get your notepad out. Apple might not make it to $1 trillion.

Clearly Domino's Pizza Is on Fire, so Who Is Losing the Pizza Wars?

Clearly Domino's Pizza Is on Fire, so Who Is Losing the Pizza Wars?

Not everyone can win, after all.

A Paid Twitter Service Could Succeed, But It Won't Solve the Company's Biggest Problems

A Paid Twitter Service Could Succeed, But It Won't Solve the Company's Biggest Problems

It increasingly seems as if Twitter is more focused on better appealing to its core users than gaining new converts. That will only get it so far.

Is Facebook Trying Way Too Hard to Be Like Snapchat?

Is Facebook Trying Way Too Hard to Be Like Snapchat?

The world's largest social network appears to be pulling out all the stops to re-create Snapchat's features across its own platforms, but could the moves backfire?

Facebook's Latest Ad Solution Could Help It Take Share From Google

Facebook's Latest Ad Solution Could Help It Take Share From Google

The social media giant is throwing its weight behind a technology that lets publishers make more money from ads and become less dependent on Google's DoubleClick unit.

Uber Losing Its President Is Only One Chapter in Its Present Day Nightmare

Uber Losing Its President Is Only One Chapter in Its Present Day Nightmare

Uber just keeps stepping on its own toes.

Apple's Latest Acquisition Spells a Lot of Interesting Possibilities for iPhones and iPads

Apple's Latest Acquisition Spells a Lot of Interesting Possibilities for iPhones and iPads

The company's acquisition of Workflow could allow iOS users to perform many complex tasks with a tap or two, including perhaps ones requiring multiple Apple devices.

End of Health-Care Bill Could Be a Win for Markets: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 3/24/17)

End of Health-Care Bill Could Be a Win for Markets: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 3/24/17)

Look ahead, Jim Cramer says. This might be a good time to buy industrials, financials, FANG, and tech opportunities.

Teva Pharmaceuticals, Sirius XM Radio, Marriott International: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Teva Pharmaceuticals, Sirius XM Radio, Marriott International: 'Mad Money' Lightning Round

Jim Cramer is bullish on Sirius XM Radio, Kratos Defense and Security, and Marriott International.

Apple's Latest Acquisition Spells a Lot of Interesting Possibilities for iPhones and iPads

Apple's Latest Acquisition Spells a Lot of Interesting Possibilities for iPhones and iPads

The company's acquisition of Workflow could allow iOS users to perform many complex tasks with a tap or two, including perhaps ones requiring multiple Apple devices.

Euro May Be Ready to Rise: Cramer's 'Off the Charts'

Euro May Be Ready to Rise: Cramer's 'Off the Charts'

Jim Cramer and colleague Carley Garner discuss why the common currency appears to be preparing for a move higher.

Trifecta Stocks Weekly Roundup

We scaled into 2 positions this week, as the market declined on political and earnings uncertainties.

Coca-Cola, Walmart Latest to Pull Ads From Google Amid Concerns About Offensive Content

Coca-Cola, Walmart Latest to Pull Ads From Google Amid Concerns About Offensive Content

Google faces some tough decisions as the boycott of its YouTube network by advertisers continues to grow.

Have You Heard Tesla's Plan for a Model 3 Performance Edition? -- Tech Roundup

Have You Heard Tesla's Plan for a Model 3 Performance Edition? -- Tech Roundup

Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweets that a Model 3 Performance edition will likely hit the streets next year.

Senate Privacy Vote Shifts Battle Between ISPs and Silicon Valley

Senate Privacy Vote Shifts Battle Between ISPs and Silicon Valley

Should AT&T, Comcast and Verizon play by the same rules as Google and Facebook -- and should those rules be tougher?

Google Reportedly Working on Third Social App

Google Reportedly Working on Third Social App

Google is said to be working on a new photo editing app.

Google Reportedly Working on Social App

Google Reportedly Working on Social App

Google is said to be working on a new photo editing app.

Disney's Dilemma: Can Anyone Replace Bob Iger?

Disney's Dilemma: Can Anyone Replace Bob Iger?

The media giant's board of directors may have another 27 months or so to decide on a successor to its longtime CEO, but that won't make the decision any easier.

Google's Ad Controversy Is a 'Temporary Issue' With Limited Financial Impact, Analyst Says

Google's Ad Controversy Is a 'Temporary Issue' With Limited Financial Impact, Analyst Says

As long as consumers keep going to YouTube, Google's multi-billion dollar ad business shouldn't be affected by the recent push back from advertisers, according to a Pacific Crest analyst.

Why Google Has to Definitively Address Its Offensive Content Problem

Why Google Has to Definitively Address Its Offensive Content Problem

The Alphabet unit can't just 'put a band aid' on advertisers' concerns, lest it risk damaging its second-largest source of advertising revenue growth.