Sony Corp (SNE)

38.87
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NYSE : Consumer Goods
Prev Close 38.57
Open 38.60
Day Low/High 38.41 / 38.88
52 Wk Low/High 27.70 / 38.94
Volume 846.76K
Avg Volume 958.50K
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.26B
Market Cap 48.84B
EPS 0.50
P/E Ratio 0.68
Div & Yield 0.18 (0.50%)

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23 Photos Show Why We Are All In Love With Apple

23 Photos Show Why We Are All In Love With Apple

Apple shares are up nearly 26% this year.

This Is Why Apple Wants to Hit the Reset Button on Music

This Is Why Apple Wants to Hit the Reset Button on Music

Even Apple doesn't like to overpay.

YouTube TV Just Needs a Fraction of Overall YouTube Viewers to Crush Cable

YouTube TV Just Needs a Fraction of Overall YouTube Viewers to Crush Cable

YouTube wants to make live-streaming more popular, and help it attract subscribers for its live TV service.

'Cars 3' Yields to Franchise Fatigue, Still No. 1 at Weekend Box Office

'Cars 3' Yields to Franchise Fatigue, Still No. 1 at Weekend Box Office

Elsewhere, 2Pac biopic "All Eyez on Me" had a breakout debut, and "Rough Night" had a rough weekend.

These Two New Hires May Help Apple Make a Big Push Into Original Video

These Two New Hires May Help Apple Make a Big Push Into Original Video

Could Apple be ready to commit to making its own television shows and movies?

'Cars 3' Looks to Cruise to the No. 1 Spot at the Box Office

'Cars 3' Looks to Cruise to the No. 1 Spot at the Box Office

The Disney/Pixar films should open behind its predecessors at the box office, but it will beat out the competition nonetheless.

Spotify Investors (and Would-Be Investors) Just Got Some Very Good News

Spotify Investors (and Would-Be Investors) Just Got Some Very Good News

Spotify continues to grow, though the world's largest on-demand music streaming service was forced to restate its losses for 2015 and 2014.

Wake Up Wall Street: Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Its Benchmark Interest Rate

Wake Up Wall Street: Federal Reserve Expected to Raise Its Benchmark Interest Rate

This is what you need to know Tuesday.

Microsoft Is Finished Trying to Make Its Xbox Business Everything for Everyone

Microsoft Is Finished Trying to Make Its Xbox Business Everything for Everyone

The company's new Xbox One X console caters to gaming enthusiasts, and is priced accordingly.

Microsoft Must Do This If It Wants to Stop Sony's Playstation Juggernaut

Microsoft Must Do This If It Wants to Stop Sony's Playstation Juggernaut

At E3, Microsoft and Nintendo are desperately trying to challenge the PlayStation 4.

Here Are the 3 Video Games Everyone Is Excited to See Revealed at Next Week's Big E3 Conference

Here Are the 3 Video Games Everyone Is Excited to See Revealed at Next Week's Big E3 Conference

These three video games have the potential to be big hits among the convention's attendees.

AT&T's DirecTV Now May Have a Cannibalization Problem

AT&T's DirecTV Now May Have a Cannibalization Problem

The economics of digital TV, for now, are brutal for companies like AT&T.

Spotify Tries to Mollify Investors Eager for a Public Listing

Spotify Tries to Mollify Investors Eager for a Public Listing

The music streaming service was quick to counter a comment by co-founder and board member Martin Lorentzon that the company is uninterested in a public listing.

ESPN Features 'First Take' at NBA Finals in Hopes of Reversing Viewer Declines

ESPN Features 'First Take' at NBA Finals in Hopes of Reversing Viewer Declines

Disney's sports giant is airing studio show 'First Take' live from the host city of the NBA Finals in an effort to boost the appeal of its on-air personalities.

Paramount Suffers Another Box Office Blow With Disappointing Memorial Day Weekend

Paramount Suffers Another Box Office Blow With Disappointing Memorial Day Weekend

The studio's 'Baywatch' remake flopped over the weekend, putting even more pressure on Viacom's struggling movie studio.

Silicon Valley's Trade Secrets Wars

Silicon Valley's Trade Secrets Wars

The legal dispute between Waymo and Uber is not unique. Companies such as Facebook, Tesla, IBM and Apple have had legal clashes that stemmed from employee moves.

Viacom's Nonsports Skinny Bundle Might Actually Be Profitable

Viacom's Nonsports Skinny Bundle Might Actually Be Profitable

The company is spearheading an effort to create a skinny bundle without sports or news that consumers could access as a standalone digital service or through their cable TV provider.

Here's How the Wanna Cry Cyber Attack Is Highly Unusual and Unlike Anything Anyone Has Ever Seen

Here's How the Wanna Cry Cyber Attack Is Highly Unusual and Unlike Anything Anyone Has Ever Seen

Symantec says Lazarus Group, long affiliated with North Korea, is practicing common cyber crime.

How Netflix Has Gone From Renting DVDs to Global Streaming Giant in 15 Years Since Its IPO

How Netflix Has Gone From Renting DVDs to Global Streaming Giant in 15 Years Since Its IPO

Before its current dominance, Netflix was spurned by Blockbuster, withdrew its first attempt for an IPO and navigated years of unprofitability. Along the way, its stock has increased almost 150-fold.

Why the First Nokia-Branded Android Phones Are Promising in Many Ways

Why the First Nokia-Branded Android Phones Are Promising in Many Ways

Though taking share from Samsung and other Android rivals won't be easy, Finland's HMD Global is doing a lot of things right with its first Nokia-branded phones.

Will WannaCry Ransomware Attack Continue to Boost Cybersecurity Stocks?

Will WannaCry Ransomware Attack Continue to Boost Cybersecurity Stocks?

Shares of many cybersecurity companies were already up strongly over the last 12 months.

Why Pandora's Days as a Standalone Company Might Be Numbered

Why Pandora's Days as a Standalone Company Might Be Numbered

Pandora built a popular internet radio service just as listeners transitioned to on-demand streaming. Has time finally run out on CEO Tim Westergren?

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Challenge Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Challenge Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

Disney's Beauty and the Beast has earned over $1 billion since its March release.

Can Digital Save Disney's ESPN?

Can Digital Save Disney's ESPN?

The sports giant is turning to digital platforms to offset declines in pay-TV subscribers, but can the move to mobile reignite growth at Disney's largest single business?

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Compete With Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

10 Summer Blockbusters That Could Compete With Disney's 'Cars 3' and 'Pirates' Sequel

Disney might have some competition when it comes to summer blockbusters.

Viacom Shows Signs of Improvement, but Will It Be Enough?

Viacom Shows Signs of Improvement, but Will It Be Enough?

Even as the network owner posted earnings that beat expectations, investors sent the stock falling amid lower ad sales and declines in pay-TV subscribers.

Hulu Says Its New Live TV Service Can Win Back Cable's Cord-Cutters

Hulu Says Its New Live TV Service Can Win Back Cable's Cord-Cutters

Hulu, a joint venture between some of the country's largest media conglomerates, unveils an online pay-TV service aimed at attracting consumers who have passed on pay-TV.