Microsoft Corp (MSFT)

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NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 58.03
Open 58.18
Day Low/High 58.10 / 58.60
52 Wk Low/High 41.66 / 58.70
Volume 16.22M
Avg Volume 30.66M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 7.79B
Market Cap 453.29B
EPS 2.10
P/E Ratio 27.70
Div & Yield 1.44 (2.50%)

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Cramer: The Answer to This Market: Part 2

Cramer: The Answer to This Market: Part 2

I learned a long time ago, don’t outthink it.

Splunk's Selloff Might Have Much to Do With a Misunderstood Cloud Transition

Splunk's Selloff Might Have Much to Do With a Misunderstood Cloud Transition

A shift towards cloud revenue streams is weighing on Splunk's billings and license growth. But it has a clear long-term payoff.

Amazon Turns to Automotive Category to Rev Up Customer Base

Amazon Turns to Automotive Category to Rev Up Customer Base

The e-commerce giant launches Amazon Vehicles, a platform that includes research, review and shopping capabilities.

Mylan, Trump and Tons of Huge Corporations Have Donated to the Clinton Foundation

Mylan, Trump and Tons of Huge Corporations Have Donated to the Clinton Foundation

Pretty much every company you can think of has donated to the Clinton Foundation. So has Donald Trump. Should it matter?

Apollo's Rackspace Deal Shines Light on This Potential Cloud Target

Apollo's Rackspace Deal Shines Light on This Potential Cloud Target

The cloud and IT services provider agrees to be acquired and taken private by Apollo Global for $4.3 billion.

What Will Apple Do With All That Cash?

What Will Apple Do With All That Cash?

Apple has more cash than any other company in the world, but it has not made any big investments since its $3 billion acquisition of Beats by Dre in 2014.

HP and Workday Are 2 Toxic Tech Stocks to Avoid

HP and Workday Are 2 Toxic Tech Stocks to Avoid

These two technology stocks aren't value plays...they're struggling companies with flawed business models and weak fundamentals.

What Is Apple Going to Do With All That Junk in its Trunk?

What Is Apple Going to Do With All That Junk in its Trunk?

Apple has more cash than any other company in the world, but it has not made any big investments since its $3 billion acquisition of Beats by Dre in 2014.

Workday's Latest Earnings Are More Proof Oracle and SAP Should Be Worried

Workday's Latest Earnings Are More Proof Oracle and SAP Should Be Worried

Workday's strong results and guidance follow healthy numbers from other cloud software names, and make Oracle and SAP's harsh rhetoric towards the company look questionable.

Why Google's Punishing Mobile Sites -- Tech Roundup

Why Google's Punishing Mobile Sites -- Tech Roundup

Google will punish mobile sites that have intrusive ads that block access to content.

Is This the Time to Sell Microsoft Stock?

Is This the Time to Sell Microsoft Stock?

With the tech company at all-time highs, is it time to get out of its stock? Or is there enough room for growth to make holding shares worth it?

Don't Buy In to the Best Buy Hype

Don't Buy In to the Best Buy Hype

The retailer's business structure is changing for the worse -- and it's being ignored.

Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Advances, Announces Deal with Lenovo

Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Advances, Announces Deal with Lenovo

Microsoft (MSFT) software will be pre-loaded on several Lenovo (LNVGY) devices that run on the Android operating system.

Apple Reportedly Wants to Ride with Lyft, but Has No Interest in Buying It

Apple Reportedly Wants to Ride with Lyft, but Has No Interest in Buying It

A partnership with Lyft could bring several benefits to Apple. But the company is better off avoiding a full-blown acquisition.

Viacom Needs More Than a Stopgap

Viacom Needs More Than a Stopgap

Until the parent of MTV and Paramount has a permanent CEO, markets will focus on deals rather than fundamentals.

Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Down, Acquiring AI Scheduling Tool Genee

Microsoft (MSFT) Stock Down, Acquiring AI Scheduling Tool Genee

Microsoft (MSFT) agreed to purchase artificial-intelligence-powered scheduling company Genee on Monday.

Off the Field, One Adviser Raines Supreme

Off the Field, One Adviser Raines Supreme

How one merchant bank came to handle the three largest sports transactions in history—involving martial arts, basketball and soccer.

Apple Keeps Trying to Gain Traction in China

Apple Keeps Trying to Gain Traction in China

Apple's CEO is on a goodwill mission touring China, but can a new research development center help Apple avoid regulatory hurdles?

Apple and Tim Cook Make Another Play for China

Apple and Tim Cook Make Another Play for China

Apple's CEO is on a goodwill mission touring China, but can a new research development center help Apple avoid regulatory hurdles?

The Upbeat Jobs Market Is at the Heart of Positive Earnings

The Upbeat Jobs Market Is at the Heart of Positive Earnings

Low unemployment driving up consumer spending helps companies.

Intel's Latest Announcements Show It's Serious About Becoming a Post-PC company

Intel's Latest Announcements Show It's Serious About Becoming a Post-PC company

PCs have taken a back stage to data center and consumer electronics products at Intel's latest developer forum.

As Tech Stocks Reach Highs, Investors Face Potential of Reallocating Portfolios

As Tech Stocks Reach Highs, Investors Face Potential of Reallocating Portfolios

Tech stocks continue to reach all-time highs as anxious investors contend with whether now is the time to reallocate their portfolios and shed some of these equities.

Will Virtual Reality Be Intel's Next Frontier?

Will Virtual Reality Be Intel's Next Frontier?

The chipmaker launches VR headset Project Alloy and announces new customers for its foundry business on the first day of Intel Developer Forum.

What Cisco's Reported Layoff Plans Have in Common With Microsoft and Intel's Job Cuts

What Cisco's Reported Layoff Plans Have in Common With Microsoft and Intel's Job Cuts

Microsoft and Intel launched big layoffs recently that targeted legacy businesses and freed up resources for growth markets. Cisco appears to be planning something similar.

Cisco Investors Await Proof of a Software Makeover Amid Mixed Outlook for IT

Cisco Investors Await Proof of a Software Makeover Amid Mixed Outlook for IT

Has the technology giant earned a valuation reset from investors?

Intel Makes a VR Bet; Microsoft Adds to its AR Bet; Ford Steps Up Its Self-Driving Efforts

Intel Makes a VR Bet; Microsoft Adds to its AR Bet; Ford Steps Up Its Self-Driving Efforts

Here's a look at major tech stories in the news.

Limelight CEO on Facebook, Google's Grip on Digital Ads

Limelight CEO on Facebook, Google's Grip on Digital Ads

Not all content creators are worried about ad dollars moving to Facebook and Alphabet's Google.