Sony Corp. (SNE)

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NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 59.97
Open 60.15
Day Low/High 59.26 / 60.15
52 Wk Low/High 41.91 / 61.02
Volume 1.85M
Avg Volume 1.30M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.27B
Market Cap 76.80B
EPS 6.50
P/E Ratio 0.08
Div & Yield 0.23 (0.34%)
Microsoft and Call of Duty Prove That You Are Dumb to Think Gaming Is Dead

Microsoft and Call of Duty Prove That You Are Dumb to Think Gaming Is Dead

Gaming companies are soaring to new highs in spite of a changing consumer who has altered nearly every other type of discretionary spending. If you think gaming is dead, you're one of the dumbest on Wall Street.

Star Wars Just Saved Disney's Shareholders

Star Wars Just Saved Disney's Shareholders

Disney also reported a slower pace of pay-TV subscriber declines, easing concerns about the health of ESPN, ABC and its other networks.

Activision Blizzard Stock Surges as 'Call of Duty' Sales Rocket to Records

Activision Blizzard Stock Surges as 'Call of Duty' Sales Rocket to Records

The company's 'Call of Duty: WWII' surpassed more than $500 million in sell-through for its first three days on the market.

Intel, AMD Partner to Take on Nvidia; Merger Monday Lives Up to Its Name--ICYMI

Intel, AMD Partner to Take on Nvidia; Merger Monday Lives Up to Its Name--ICYMI

Here's what you need to know now for Monday, Nov. 6.

Intel's Partnership With AMD Is Incredible, but Where Does That Leave Nvidia?

Intel's Partnership With AMD Is Incredible, but Where Does That Leave Nvidia?

Intel and Advanced Micro Devices are taking on Nvidia with a new PC processing chip.

Asian Shares Hit Decade High On Record Profits (Again)

Asian Shares Hit Decade High On Record Profits (Again)

It sounds like the record got stuck. But stocks are climbing to fresh highs in Asia in a combined push into uncharted territory. Sony and Samsung set today's pace.

Germany's Market Hits Record and Wall Street May Follow as Stocks Roar

Germany's Market Hits Record and Wall Street May Follow as Stocks Roar

Wall Street set for another record run Wednesday at the global bull market in stocks roars on.

The Fed, Sony and Facebook -- This is What You Need to Know

The Fed, Sony and Facebook -- This is What You Need to Know

Investors prep for details on tax reform, key corporate earnings and a decision on the new Federal Reserve Chairman.

Europe Stocks Called Higher, U.S. May Chase New Records as Bull Market Roars On

Europe Stocks Called Higher, U.S. May Chase New Records as Bull Market Roars On

European stocks, Wall Street could see new records again Wednesday as the global bull market roars on.

Top 5 Most Hyped Announcements From Sony's Paris Games Week Showing

Top 5 Most Hyped Announcements From Sony's Paris Games Week Showing

Sony announced a slew of new titles for its popular PlayStation console. Here are the titles the internet is most excited about.

Sony Stock Jumps as Profits Surge 346% on Strong PlayStation Demand

Sony Stock Jumps as Profits Surge 346% on Strong PlayStation Demand

The Japanese company said it expects to realize its best profit this fiscal year since 1998.

Facebook Russia Ads, Apple and Qualcomm: Tuesday's Top Stories

Facebook Russia Ads, Apple and Qualcomm: Tuesday's Top Stories

Today's top stories: Over 126 million of Russian sponsored Facebook ads were released before the election, Apple may drop Qualcomm and use Intel instead and Sony is having record high profits this year thanks to Playstation.

Closing Bell: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

Closing Bell: LIVE MARKETS BLOG

It was a down day across the board on Wall Street.

Legendary Investor Mario Gabelli Reveals His Top Media Stock Picks

Legendary Investor Mario Gabelli Reveals His Top Media Stock Picks

The GAMCO CEO favors traditional media giants, media distribution companies and live sports entertainment firms.

Hulu CEO Hopkins Leaving For Sony Pictures Television

Hulu CEO Hopkins Leaving For Sony Pictures Television

Hopkins will be replaced by Fox Networks' President and COO Randy Freer, effective Monday.

Netflix Is About to Do to Hollywood What It Did to Television

Netflix Is About to Do to Hollywood What It Did to Television

Netflix is planning to release a staggering 80 films in 2018, more than double the output of any Hollywood studio.

Credit Suisse Breakup Effort Underway; Trump's FTC Takes Shape -- ICYMI

Credit Suisse Breakup Effort Underway; Trump's FTC Takes Shape -- ICYMI

Here's what you need to know now for Friday, Oct. 20.

Weekend Box Office Preview: Tyler Perry's 'Boo 2' Set to Win Crowded Weekend

Weekend Box Office Preview: Tyler Perry's 'Boo 2' Set to Win Crowded Weekend

In addition to 'Boo 2,' moviegoers can see thriller 'Snowman,' drama 'Only the Brave' and big-budget 'Geostorm' this weekend.

Our Reporter Cutting the Cord Should Scare the Heck Out of Pay-TV Providers

Our Reporter Cutting the Cord Should Scare the Heck Out of Pay-TV Providers

It's amazing anyone still subscribes to cable TV given the plethora of lower-priced, more personalized choices out there today. AT&T's news this week about steeper-than-expected subscriber losses only underlines this.

Facebook's Virtual Reality Unit Needs to Speed Up Its Hardware Launches

Facebook's Virtual Reality Unit Needs to Speed Up Its Hardware Launches

The company's new standalone VR headset isn't as powerful as devices that pair with PCs or consoles. And its original Oculus Rift headset is starting to look dated.

Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Blade Runner' on Pace for Huge $45 Million Opening

Weekend Box Office Preview: 'Blade Runner' on Pace for Huge $45 Million Opening

The long-awaited sequel to 1982's original 'Blade Runner' could top $100 million globally by Sunday evening.

Google Big Pixel 2 Launch Event on Wednesday: Here's What to Expect

Google Big Pixel 2 Launch Event on Wednesday: Here's What to Expect

Google's latest high-end smartphones reportedly pack improved displays, but their cameras might be at a disadvantage compared to those of its top rivals, Apple and Samsung.

Microsoft's New Xbox One X Shows It's Done Trying to Please Everyone

Microsoft's New Xbox One X Shows It's Done Trying to Please Everyone

The company's latest console caters squarely to gaming enthusiasts, and is priced accordingly.

Cord Cutters Aren't Just Leaving Pay-TV Because of Price

Cord Cutters Aren't Just Leaving Pay-TV Because of Price

Price isn't the main factor driving young consumers away from the $100 cable bundle, according to a recent Magid Associates survey.

How Facebook Is Trying to Avoid a Public Relations Disaster with Songwriters

How Facebook Is Trying to Avoid a Public Relations Disaster with Songwriters

Mark Zuckerberg's company appears eager to avoid the kind of backlash from artists and songwriters that has plagued Spotify, Pandora and Apple Music.

These Apple iPhone Supplier Stocks Are Ones You Must Own Now: Goldman Sachs

These Apple iPhone Supplier Stocks Are Ones You Must Own Now: Goldman Sachs

Here are some strong investments with exposure outside of Apple, too.

Apple iPhone X Is Being Stalked By This Chinese 'Killer'

Apple iPhone X Is Being Stalked By This Chinese 'Killer'

There's a hot new smartphone out this week. And it's not from Apple.

'Killer' Chinese Competition Bites Into Apple iPhone 8 and X

'Killer' Chinese Competition Bites Into Apple iPhone 8 and X

There's a hot new smartphone out this week. And it's not from Apple.

Amazon and Netflix's Battle to Disrupt Hollywood Is Entering Its Second Stage

Amazon and Netflix's Battle to Disrupt Hollywood Is Entering Its Second Stage

Amazon wants to fund the next Game of Thrones and is reportedly bidding for the James Bond franchise, and Netflix is getting serious about big-budget movies. Media incumbents should be worried.

The New Apple TV Is Impressive, but You'll Still Need to Pay for Programming

The New Apple TV Is Impressive, but You'll Still Need to Pay for Programming

The latest version of Apple TV will bring users very high-definition images and a way to more easily gain access to live news and sports. But you'll still need a pay-TV subscription.

TheStreet Quant Rating: B+ (Buy)