Microsoft Corp (MSFT)

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NASDAQ : Technology
Prev Close 66.40
Open 67.48
Day Low/High 67.10 / 67.66
52 Wk Low/High 39.72 / 56.85
Volume 29.72M
Avg Volume 22.38M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 7.73B
Market Cap 506.15B
EPS 2.10
P/E Ratio 30.75
Div & Yield 1.56 (2.40%)

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Amazon Reportedly Working on Self-Driving Vehicles, But Not to Compete With Uber and Tesla

Amazon Reportedly Working on Self-Driving Vehicles, But Not to Compete With Uber and Tesla

The technology could help the e-commerce giant streamline one of the most crucial steps in its delivery supply chain.

Microsoft Upgrades Business Software, Takes Aim at Salesforce

Microsoft Upgrades Business Software, Takes Aim at Salesforce

The enhancements to Dynamics 365, Microsoft's sales software, will present a challenge to Salesforce.com and represent Microsoft's first significant initiative from its $26 billion acquisition of LinkedIn

China Takes a Bite Out of Apple; Foreign Tech Companies Fret

China Takes a Bite Out of Apple; Foreign Tech Companies Fret

China's online watchdog wants to ask Apple a few questions about its apps and live streaming. It's the latest cause for alarm in Silicon Valley.

Weekly Roundup: Watching Futures and Charting Post-Earnings Follow-Through Moves

Earnings should take center stage this week; plus some analysis on the French elections and Trump tax reform.

If Sears Finally Goes Out of Business, Here Are the Biggest Winners and Losers

If Sears Finally Goes Out of Business, Here Are the Biggest Winners and Losers

More bad news for Sears raises questions on whether it could survive.

China Takes a Bite Out of Apple; Foreign Tech Companies Fret

China Takes a Bite Out of Apple; Foreign Tech Companies Fret

China's online watchdog wants to ask Apple a few questions about its apps and live streaming. It's the latest cause for alarm in Silicon Valley.

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Bulls Appear to Have Gotten What They Wanted

Trader's Daily Notebook: The Bulls Appear to Have Gotten What They Wanted

Don't allow yourself to be thrown off kilter by the emotional rantings of folks on Twitter or in the media.

Steve Ballmer Looks to Make Facts Great Again in Era of Trump

Steve Ballmer Looks to Make Facts Great Again in Era of Trump

"Numbers don't know whether they're liberal or conservative," Steve Ballmer declared at a luncheon in Midtown Manhattan on Tuesday -- a bold statement in the era of Trump.

Steve Ballmer Says He Wants to See More Profit Growth from Microsoft

Steve Ballmer Says He Wants to See More Profit Growth from Microsoft

Steve Ballmer may no longer be calling the shots at Microsoft, but he has strong opinions about where it should go.

American Companies, Even Those Critical of Trump, Gave Big Bucks to Inauguration

American Companies, Even Those Critical of Trump, Gave Big Bucks to Inauguration

Corporate America shelled out big bucks for President Trump's inauguration.

How Silicon Valley Is Responding to Trump's Executive Order on H-1B Visas

How Silicon Valley Is Responding to Trump's Executive Order on H-1B Visas

As Trump targets the controversial visas, a Silicon Valley pro-immigration group suggests that reforms should include cracking down on outsourcing companies.

Facebook's Augmented Reality Strategy Finally Goes Beyond Just Copying Snap

Facebook's Augmented Reality Strategy Finally Goes Beyond Just Copying Snap

The social network giant is turning to its developer ecosystem and AI investments as it seeks to build the most popular platform for creating AR-enhanced content.

Week Ahead: Earnings Come in Thick and Fast in a Middling First-Quarter Reporting Season

Week Ahead: Earnings Come in Thick and Fast in a Middling First-Quarter Reporting Season

Full-steam ahead for earnings season in the coming week as a range of industry leaders across a swath of sectors release their recent quarterly performances.

Meet Carbon, Who With Big Backers Google and General Electric Wants to Revolutionize Manufacturing

Meet Carbon, Who With Big Backers Google and General Electric Wants to Revolutionize Manufacturing

From making shoes to medical devices, manufacturing is becoming personal.

We Used Steve Ballmer's New USAFacts Website and Were Hit With One Sad Reality About Retail

We Used Steve Ballmer's New USAFacts Website and Were Hit With One Sad Reality About Retail

Thanks to former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, we now know how much retail salaries have stagnated in recent years.

Exploit the Life Cycle of Stocks to Produce the Best Returns

Exploit the Life Cycle of Stocks to Produce the Best Returns

It doesn't matter if the stocks you trade have short life spans if you are cognizant of that fact and are prepared to deal with it.

Why You Should Put IBM's Stock in the Garbage Can and Then Light It on Fire

Why You Should Put IBM's Stock in the Garbage Can and Then Light It on Fire

Investors are likely to more closely scrutinize the tech giant's transition from a hardware entity to a software and services provider.

Here's Why You Should Hope for Panic: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/21/17)

Here's Why You Should Hope for Panic: Cramer's 'Mad Money' Recap (Friday 4/21/17)

Jim Cramer looks at how the French elections are smacking the U.S stock markets. Plus, he has the week-ahead game plan for oil and stocks.

How Can Retail Be Dead When Zara Owner Replaces Jeff Bezos as the World's Second Richest Man?

How Can Retail Be Dead When Zara Owner Replaces Jeff Bezos as the World's Second Richest Man?

Zara is succeeding while retail in general is floundering.

9 Iconic Internet Brands That Have Disappeared

9 Iconic Internet Brands That Have Disappeared

Remember GeoCities, Friendster and Ask Jeeves? So do we.

How Intel Is Putting More Effort Into Fighting AMD

How Intel Is Putting More Effort Into Fighting AMD

Though Intel had promised to cut its PC R&D spending, it's reportedly speeding up the launch of new processors meant to take on AMD's very competitive Ryzen CPUs.

Intel Might Be Starting to Take AMD's New Processors Seriously

Intel Might Be Starting to Take AMD's New Processors Seriously

Though the chip giant had promised to cut PC R&D spending, it's reportedly speeding up the launch of new processors meant to take on AMD's very competitive Ryzen CPUs.

Google's Reported Ad-Blocker Makes Sense, But Consumers and Regulators Could Be Skeptical

Google's Reported Ad-Blocker Makes Sense, But Consumers and Regulators Could Be Skeptical

The ad-blocker Google is rumored to be preparing could exempt many of the ads blocked by alternatives. And smaller advertising rivals could cry foul.

Microsoft May Purchase Cloud Monitoring Startup Cloudyn for $50 to $70 Million

Microsoft May Purchase Cloud Monitoring Startup Cloudyn for $50 to $70 Million

Cloudyn was started in 2011 and has raised about $20.5 million to date.

Colgate, Adobe, and 2 More Are Ready to Rip Higher This Spring

Colgate, Adobe, and 2 More Are Ready to Rip Higher This Spring

One in three S&P components are up 10% or more this year -- and these four big stocks look primed to participate in the next rally.

Adobe, Colgate, and 2 More Are Ready to Rip Higher This Spring

Adobe, Colgate, and 2 More Are Ready to Rip Higher This Spring

One in three S&P components are up 10% or more this year -- and these four big stocks look primed to participate in the next rally.

IBM's Old Pressures are Still Present, and Cloud Momentum Might Be Slowing

IBM's Old Pressures are Still Present, and Cloud Momentum Might Be Slowing

In addition to seeing margin pressure and declining hardware and outsourcing revenue, IBM's much-hyped cloud revenue run rate was flat sequentially.