Since Apple started selling the iPhone, things have been pretty great for the company. The stock is at $112 today. When Apple announced the phone in 2007, the stock was at $12 (adjusted for stock splits). Apple's revenue was $183 billion in fiscal 2014. Show More Summary
Even die-hard Apple owners probably have a few devices around the house that charge over Micro USB, and this cord can charge them all. Great stocking stuffer. [ Skiva MFi-Certified Dual Micro USB/Lightning Cable, $10] Read more...
Shares of Adobe (ADBE) were jumping Friday, following the firm’s better-than-expected fourth quarter, reported after the bell last night. Analysts are weighing in on the stock, and although they were largely split between Neutral and Buy ratings, Adobe did garner a few price target increases following the results, even from some of the more cautious firms. [...]
By Simon Jessop and Nishant Kumar LONDON (Reuters) - A halving of Tesco's share price is luring only the boldest active fund managers back into Britain's top supermarket group, with many still unpersuaded it can recover from a year of disasters. Show More Summary
AAPL shares sure have experienced a crazy roller coaster ride this year. Splitting 7-to-1 earlier in 2014, a fantastic run of product launches and announcements since then has driven Apple stock higher and higher. Earlier this month we noted that Apple was now worth … Read more ›
Apple’s stock today closed at a record high of $118.62 per share (post 7-1 split) with a market cap of nearly $700 billion at $695.7 billion. Earlier this month, Apple reached its highest market capitalization in history reaching two-thirds of $1 trillion; the company’s stock has continued to climb as it prepares to debut the Apple Watch […]
There is a lot of attractive news on HPQ at the current time. Not only news on its upcoming split but also news about its entry into the 3D printing space.
If you’ve been paying attention to Apple’s stock price lately, you’ve probably noticed that it is at an all time high. Following its 7-for-1 stock split earlier this year, AAPL is now trading above $115 per share. That gives the tech...Show More Summary
As we reported last month, Apple’s stock price has continued to climb repeatedly reaching all-time highs since its 7-1 stock split earlier this year. The company’s stock has been on the rise today as well putting Apple’s market capitalization on track to close at its highest point ever. Previously, Apple’s highest market cap at close was $658.15 […]
As a PepsiCo investor, I plan to hold the stock for life. That is, unless PepsiCo splits into two companies.
The board approves a plan to explore a split into one company for the live entertainment businesses and another for the media and sports businesses; and also approves up to $500 million in stock buybacks
The company’s stock has also under-performed compared to competitors and the market in general, with its share price reporting growth of about 7% in the last five years, compared to IBM‘s stock appreciation of over 54%, Microsoft‘s 80% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average witnessing an increase of over 70% in the same period. Show More Summary
By Steven Connell: In today's stock market, activist investors are not leaving many stones unturned, and are overturning many stones that have lain idle for years. At last, Paypal and Ebay are about to part ways. Pepsi may bid adieu to its faster growing snacks division. Show More Summary
By Arie Goren: I must admit, Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL) stock is my biggest holding, and since I bought it in July 2013 at an adjusted to split price of $59.60, its last price of $99.62 represents a 67% gain besides the dividend payments. Show More Summary
Hewlett-Packard stock closed up 4.74 percent to $36.87 per share on the day it announced plans to split itself in two. And between Friday's and Monday's close, its market cap rose roughly $2…
A choppy day on Wall Street ends with all three major indexes down on Monday, even as HP jumped on news of its split up
Hewlett-Packard Co said it would split into two listed companies, separating its computer and printer businesses from its faster-growing corporate hardware and services operations, and eliminate another 5,000 jobs as part of its turnaround plan. HP said its shareholders would own a stake in both...
U.S. stocks opened higher Monday as investors assessed corporate news. Hewlett-Packard rose after announcing that it would split itself into two companies. Medical equipment maker Carefusion surged after rival Becton Dickinson and Co. said it would acquire the company.