Microsoft Corp (MSFT)

51.16
NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 51.17
Day Low/High 51.07 / 51.72
52 Wk Low/High 39.72 / 56.85
Avg Volume 32.21M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 7.86B
Market Cap 402.22B
EPS 1.50
P/E Ratio 38.77
Div & Yield 1.44 (2.80%)

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3 Technology Stocks Pushing The Sector Higher

TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the technology sector higher today.

Here Are the Winners and Losers in Hillary Clinton’s Tech Agenda (Hint: Facebook Should Like This)

Hillary Clinton laid out her technology and innovation agenda this week. Tech companies like Facebook and Alphabet will be pleased. It's a mixed bag, however, for telecoms.

After Lions Gate-Starz Deal, the Next Move in Malone Chess Match Could be Discovery Merger

The owner of the Discovery and Animal Planet channels would give Lions Gate more heft in TV.

Amazon to Subsidize Phones for Prime Members; Alphabet Invests in Care.com; Seagate Cuts Jobs

Amazon plans to sell discounted Android phones, Microsoft has hit another Windows 10 milestone, Seagate announces fresh layoffs and Alphabet is betting on a home-care marketplace.

Media Consolidation Could be on Menu as Moguls Descend on Sun Valley for Allen Conference

Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.

Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Wants to Create Trustworthy, Transparent Artificial Intelligence

Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Satya Nadella believes that designers of A.I. must input human principles into the technology to provide the most benefit.

Twitter Makes a Big VR Hire; Line Sets IPO Price; Alphabet Wants to Remake Cities

Twitter has hired a virtual reality chief, Line is aiming for a relatively high IPO valuation, and Alphabet reportedly wants to overhaul public transportation.

These 5 Dividend Stocks Want to Pay You More Money

These five big stocks could be about to increase their dividend payments in the coming months

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Anniversary Update Available Aug. 2

Introduces special offers for Surface, Xbox One, ASUS, Dell, HP and Samsung.

Lululemon's Rhoda Pitcher No Longer a Mystery

The lululemon director's background sheds light on the company's cult-like culture. 

HP Enterprise’s Restructuring Shows Management Has Its Eye On The Ball

The IT giant's revamp, announced on Monday, provides fresh reasons to think the company is on better footing to deal with a landscape in which cloud services have wrought havoc.

Cisco Continues Acquisition Spree With a Big Bet on Cloud Security

Cisco’s purchase of CloudLock for $293 million bolsters a security business that has been a strong performer for the company.

Brexit Comes at a Particularly Bad Time for Software Companies

Great Britain's referendum on its EU membership near the close of the second quarter came at an especially inopportune moment, but some firms are better off than others.

Alphabet May Launch Its Own Phone; More Big Acquisitions to Come for Microsoft?

Google's Android partners won't like the competition, but they probably have no choice. Also, Microsoft's dealmaking might not be over yet.

Why Google Might Want to Re-Enter the Smartphone Market

A Google-branded phone could reach users unlikely to buy Nexus devices.

Why Analysts Love Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services highlights the growing versatility and profitability of the e-commerce giant.

Analysts Bullish as Amazon's Growing Web Services to Bring in Billions

Amazon Web Services highlight the growing versatility and proftiability of the e-commerce giant. 

Lululemon's Rhoda Pitcher No Longer a Mystery

Details on the athleisure-wear maker's longest-serving director are uncovered.

Nike Taps Apple CEO Tim Cook for Bigger Role

Nike's board of directors features a who's who of Fortune 500 executives.

Forget About Tesla: Here's Where the Better Autopilot Profits Will Be

May's tragic autopilot crash highlights the dangers in Tesla technology. Look elsewhere for safe investment opportunities.

3 Technology Stocks Pushing The Sector Higher

TheStreet highlights 3 stocks pushing the technology sector higher today.

Here Are the Winners and Losers in Hillary Clinton’s Tech Agenda (Hint: Facebook Should Like This)

Hillary Clinton laid out her technology and innovation agenda this week. Tech companies like Facebook and Alphabet will be pleased. It's a mixed bag, however, for telecoms.

After Lions Gate-Starz Deal, the Next Move in Malone Chess Match Could be Discovery Merger

The owner of the Discovery and Animal Planet channels would give Lions Gate more heft in TV.

Amazon to Subsidize Phones for Prime Members; Alphabet Invests in Care.com; Seagate Cuts Jobs

Amazon plans to sell discounted Android phones, Microsoft has hit another Windows 10 milestone, Seagate announces fresh layoffs and Alphabet is betting on a home-care marketplace.

Media Consolidation Could be on Menu as Moguls Descend on Sun Valley for Allen Conference

Recent cable deals have shifted the media landscape, leaving smaller content companies vulnerable.

Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Wants to Create Trustworthy, Transparent Artificial Intelligence

Microsoft (MSFT) CEO Satya Nadella believes that designers of A.I. must input human principles into the technology to provide the most benefit.

Twitter Makes a Big VR Hire; Line Sets IPO Price; Alphabet Wants to Remake Cities

Twitter has hired a virtual reality chief, Line is aiming for a relatively high IPO valuation, and Alphabet reportedly wants to overhaul public transportation.

These 5 Dividend Stocks Want to Pay You More Money

These five big stocks could be about to increase their dividend payments in the coming months

Microsoft Announces Windows 10 Anniversary Update Available Aug. 2

Introduces special offers for Surface, Xbox One, ASUS, Dell, HP and Samsung.

Lululemon's Rhoda Pitcher No Longer a Mystery

The lululemon director's background sheds light on the company's cult-like culture. 

HP Enterprise’s Restructuring Shows Management Has Its Eye On The Ball

The IT giant's revamp, announced on Monday, provides fresh reasons to think the company is on better footing to deal with a landscape in which cloud services have wrought havoc.

Cisco Continues Acquisition Spree With a Big Bet on Cloud Security

Cisco’s purchase of CloudLock for $293 million bolsters a security business that has been a strong performer for the company.

Brexit Comes at a Particularly Bad Time for Software Companies

Great Britain's referendum on its EU membership near the close of the second quarter came at an especially inopportune moment, but some firms are better off than others.

Alphabet May Launch Its Own Phone; More Big Acquisitions to Come for Microsoft?

Google's Android partners won't like the competition, but they probably have no choice. Also, Microsoft's dealmaking might not be over yet.

Why Google Might Want to Re-Enter the Smartphone Market

A Google-branded phone could reach users unlikely to buy Nexus devices.

Why Analysts Love Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services highlights the growing versatility and profitability of the e-commerce giant.

Analysts Bullish as Amazon's Growing Web Services to Bring in Billions

Amazon Web Services highlight the growing versatility and proftiability of the e-commerce giant. 

Lululemon's Rhoda Pitcher No Longer a Mystery

Details on the athleisure-wear maker's longest-serving director are uncovered.