Sony Corp (SNE)

31.34
0.04 0.13
NYSE : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 31.30
Open 31.24
Day Low/High 31.18 / 31.34
52 Wk Low/High 20.97 / 34.17
Volume 755.98K
Avg Volume 807.10K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.26B
Market Cap 39.54B
EPS 1.10
P/E Ratio 8.92
Div & Yield 0.18 (0.60%)

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Google's Project Loon Breakthrough; Drama Heats Up for Samsung -- Tech Roundup

Google's Project Loon Breakthrough; Drama Heats Up for Samsung -- Tech Roundup

Project Loon, Google's balloon-based internet concept, could be close to getting off the ground. Samsung Vice Chairman Jay Y. Lee has been formally arrested on bribery charges.

Apple TV Could Still Be a Major Opportunity, if Apple Can Execute

Apple TV Could Still Be a Major Opportunity, if Apple Can Execute

The tech giant's hiring of a new exec from Amazon comes as pay-TV streaming apps and a burgeoning smart home market spell new opportunities.

5 Cool Smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2017 That May Get Everyone Excited

5 Cool Smartphones at Mobile World Congress 2017 That May Get Everyone Excited

The Mobile World Congress kicks off on Feb. 27. Here are the phones worth targeting.

What Is FireEye?

What Is FireEye?

FireEye is known for its cybersecurity platform that can detect threats before they infiltrate a company's network perimeter.

Iger Tries Hard to Tease Disney's On-Demand Sports Service to Soothe ESPN Worries

Iger Tries Hard to Tease Disney's On-Demand Sports Service to Soothe ESPN Worries

Disney's CEO is betting that a new standalone sports service can offset revenue declines at ESPN, the media conglomerate's most profitable business.

Here's Why Sony's Entertainment Troubles Make It a Stock to Avoid

Here's Why Sony's Entertainment Troubles Make It a Stock to Avoid

The Japanese technology giant is struggling to navigate this important business.

Video Game Developers Play to Win With In-House Movie Studios

Video Game Developers Play to Win With In-House Movie Studios

As video gaming becomes more popular, new revenue streams become viable.

Sony CEO Hirai: No Sale Process in Production for Film Unit

Sony CEO Hirai: No Sale Process in Production for Film Unit

Kazuo Hirai quieted sale rumors this week surrounding its struggling TV and film business, which posted a nearly $1 billion write-down.

AMD's Earnings Were Good, but Its Rosy 2017 Outlook Is What Matters

AMD's Earnings Were Good, but Its Rosy 2017 Outlook Is What Matters

Shares soared on upbeat comments about its Zen CPUs and Vega GPUs.

Sony Cuts Profit Forecast Following Movie Business Writedown

Sony Cuts Profit Forecast Following Movie Business Writedown

Sony expects the writedown to more than offset growth in some businesses.

AMD's Earnings Were Good, but Rosy Outlook Is What Matters

AMD's Earnings Were Good, but Rosy Outlook Is What Matters

Shares soar 16% on upbeat comments about its Zen CPUs and Vega GPUs.

Dish M&A Speculation Builds With EchoStar Asset Swap

Dish M&A Speculation Builds With EchoStar Asset Swap

As part of the deal, Dish will consolidate its streaming operations, which analysts said may point to near-term M&A opportunities.

'Split' Tops Domestic Box Office for Second Weekend

'Split' Tops Domestic Box Office for Second Weekend

The weekend outperformed analysts' expectations.

Toyota Loses Top Global Automaker Crown Amid Trump Pressures on Trade

Toyota Loses Top Global Automaker Crown Amid Trump Pressures on Trade

Japan's exporters are facing pressure to decide on their stance against Trump's 'America First' policy.

Sony Takes Near $1 Billion Goodwill Writedown to Movie Business

Sony Takes Near $1 Billion Goodwill Writedown to Movie Business

Sony said Monday that it will book a near $1 billion writedown to the goodwill value of its movie business as online streaming rivals continue to pressure its profitability.

'Split' Expected to Reign Again at Weekend Box Office

'Split' Expected to Reign Again at Weekend Box Office

Universal Pictures' thriller 'Split' should stay atop the domestic box office for a second consecutive weekend.

Facebook's Big Hire Shows Zuckerberg's Distinctive Vision for Virtual Reality

Facebook's Big Hire Shows Zuckerberg's Distinctive Vision for Virtual Reality

The giant social network understands that big investments are still needed to make high-quality VR experiences a reality.

Comcast Beats Estimates as NBC Rocks, Plus Jim Cramer's Comments

Comcast Beats Estimates as NBC Rocks, Plus Jim Cramer's Comments

CEO Brian Roberts says Comcast posted its best video customer results in a decade and its best internet customer results in nine years.

Net Neutrality Could Be Crippled by March Under Trump's New FCC

Net Neutrality Could Be Crippled by March Under Trump's New FCC

Ajit Pai takes over the agency after years of criticizing former chairman Tom Wheeler for being heavy-handed. If Pai suspends net neutrality, he could be vulnerable to the same critique.

Tribune Media CEO Exit Reflects Tough Times for Standalone Networks

Tribune Media CEO Exit Reflects Tough Times for Standalone Networks

Peter Liguori will leave the television company after three years at the helm, an indication that it may choose to sell its superstation, WGN America.

Media Stocks Run Into Realities of 'Structural Decline' as Trump Rally Slows

Media Stocks Run Into Realities of 'Structural Decline' as Trump Rally Slows

Media stocks have been on fire since Trump was elected president, but as the new administration takes office, uncertainties about future policy and economic growth are dampening the sector's outlook.

Viacom Gets to Keep Paramount but It Still Has to Make Hit Movies

Viacom Gets to Keep Paramount but It Still Has to Make Hit Movies

The media company will retain full control of Paramount Pictures after China's Shanghai Film Group and Huahua Media agreed to co-finance future films from the beleaguered Hollywood studio.

Netflix Is Master of Its Domain, Nabs Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars' Series

Netflix Is Master of Its Domain, Nabs Seinfeld's 'Comedians in Cars' Series

Sony's Crackle says 'I'm out' as Netflix announces a deal reportedly worth as much as $100 million for the comedian's popular online show.

How Much Is Facebook Actually Spending on Virtual Reality? More Than We Thought

How Much Is Facebook Actually Spending on Virtual Reality? More Than We Thought

Mark Zuckerberg's testimony in a lawsuit filed against Facebook acquisition Oculus Rift shows that developing the nascent technology is not coming cheap.

Hulu Opens Beta Testing of Live TV Service

Hulu Opens Beta Testing of Live TV Service

The test from the company backed by Fox, Comcast, Disney and Time Warner may herald a release of the latest streaming competitor in the near term.

Snapchat Keeps Doing Things Its Way, Even as Advertisers Wish It Was More Like Facebook and Google

Snapchat Keeps Doing Things Its Way, Even as Advertisers Wish It Was More Like Facebook and Google

Co-founders Evan Spiegel and Bobby Murphy are running their popular app more like a media company than a tech firm.

GameStop Had a Scary Friday the 13th

GameStop Had a Scary Friday the 13th

This is why.