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Alphabet Inc (GOOGL)
Technology | Internet
1,130.85  1.67%
GOOGL vs INTERNET SECTOR & S&P 500
VALUATION
GOOGLSECTORS&P 500
P/E RATIO37.8457.921.12
EV/EBITDA RATIO21.2220.212.66
P/S RATIO7.68.32.25
P/B RATIO5.0653.45
QUALITY
RETURN ON EQUITY14.43%9.03%13.64%
RETURN ON CAPITAL39.4%25.63%10.09%
NET MARGIN21.71%21.71%9.73%
DIVIDEND ANALYSIS
DIVIDEND YIELD
0%
PAYOUT RATION/A
3 YR DIVIDEND GROWTHN/A
FINANCIAL STRENGTH
PIOTROSKI F SCORE
6 OUT OF 9
DEBT-TO-EQUITY3%
INTEREST COVERAGE200.3x
CURRENT RATIO5.77
GROWTH
5 YR EPS GROWTH13.36%
5 YR SPS GROWTH18.84%
5 YR BPS GROWTH17.56%
Alphabet Inc News
Google to expand cloud infrastructure with new regions, submarine cables
The company, which has invested $30 billion in infrastructure over the past three years, said its Netherlands and Montreal regions will open in the first quarter of 2018, followed by Los Angeles, Finland, and Hong Kong. Google plans to commission the three subsea cables in 2019, the internet giant said in a blog post.
January 16, 12:30:35 UTC

What Are the Trends in Facebook’s Largest Advertising Category?
Facebook’s Advertising Trends and Top 3 Priorities
January 16, 12:30:02 UTC

8 Top CES 2018 Takeaways: What's Next for IoT, VR, Autonomous Cars and More
Once you get past the hype and gimmicks, CES remains an invaluable way to see how major technologies are evolving.
January 16, 12:30:00 UTC

Google to build 3 underwater cables to expand its cloud business in battle with Amazon, Microsoft
Google's cables will allow it to expand the cloud business in Asia, Latin America and the North Atlantic region.
January 16, 12:15:52 UTC

[$$] Google Heads Underwater to Boost Its Cloud Business
Google is expanding its sprawling network of undersea cables to plug into new regions around the world, in a bid to speed up its cloud-computing business and catch up to rivals Microsoft Corp. and Amazon.com ...
January 16, 10:30:29 UTC

4 steps to increase workplace diversity — and it’s not discriminating against white men, says this tech CEO
Quizlet’s CEO explains the steps his company has taken toward having its workforce look like the overall makeup of the San Francisco Bay Area.
January 16, 10:20:49 UTC

How bitcoin and blockchain will build internet 3.0
Let cryptocurrency innovators thrive in a permissive regulatory environment, writes Atulya Sarin.
January 16, 10:20:42 UTC

One Of The 'Most Powerful' Android Spyware Tools Ever Was Just Uncovered
Surveillance tool grabs WhatsApp messages by exploiting Google's service for disabled users.
January 16, 10:00:00 UTC

Can computers ever beat humans in a reading test? It just happened
Alibaba says its deep-learning model beat out humans in a complex, comprehensive reading test for the first time.
January 16, 08:34:05 UTC

[$$] OK Google, You’ve Been Served
The company may find its political monoculture hard to defend under California labor law.
January 16, 05:43:09 UTC

Google says 'no changes' to mapping platform in China after report
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google said on Tuesday it has made "no changes" to its mapping platform in China, denying an earlier media report that claimed it was re-launching the function in China, where many of its services are blocked. Japan's Nikkei reported earlier that Google had set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website for the first time in eight years and introduced a map application for Chinese iPhones for the first time. Google, however, stated that the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years while there is no Maps application offered in the country.
January 16, 05:09:09 UTC

Google says 'no changes' to mapping platform in China after report
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google said on Tuesday it has made "no changes" to its mapping platform in China, denying an earlier media report that claimed it was re-launching the function in China, where many of its services are blocked. Japan's Nikkei reported earlier that Google had set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website for the first time in eight years and introduced a map application for Chinese iPhones for the first time. Google, however, stated that the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years while there is no Maps application offered in the country.
January 16, 04:52:48 UTC

Why 2018 Will Be the Year of the Smart Speaker
New estimates show just how strong consumer adoption is.
January 15, 21:33:00 UTC

Google to relaunch map service in China: Nikkei
The company has set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website and introduced a map app for Chinese iPhones, Nikkei said. When users of the app attempt to use its navigation features, they are automatically transferred to an app from AutoNavi, a mapping company owned by Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group Holding (BABA.N), Nikkei said.
January 15, 18:46:05 UTC

Facebook's update to news feed a good business move?
'The Four' author Scott Galloway on Facebook's changes to its news feed and the surge of Amazon's online grocery sales.
January 15, 15:41:04 UTC


Alphabet Inc (GOOGL)
Technology | Internet
1,130.85  1.67%

Google to expand cloud infrastructure with new regions, submarine cables
The company, which has invested $30 billion in infrastructure over the past three years, said its Netherlands and Montreal regions will open in the first quarter of 2018, followed by Los Angeles, Finland, and Hong Kong. Google plans to commission the three subsea cables in 2019, the internet giant said in a blog post.
January 16, 12:30:35 UTC

What Are the Trends in Facebook’s Largest Advertising Category?
Facebook’s Advertising Trends and Top 3 Priorities
January 16, 12:30:02 UTC

8 Top CES 2018 Takeaways: What's Next for IoT, VR, Autonomous Cars and More
Once you get past the hype and gimmicks, CES remains an invaluable way to see how major technologies are evolving.
January 16, 12:30:00 UTC

Google to build 3 underwater cables to expand its cloud business in battle with Amazon, Microsoft
Google's cables will allow it to expand the cloud business in Asia, Latin America and the North Atlantic region.
January 16, 12:15:52 UTC

[$$] Google Heads Underwater to Boost Its Cloud Business
Google is expanding its sprawling network of undersea cables to plug into new regions around the world, in a bid to speed up its cloud-computing business and catch up to rivals Microsoft Corp. and Amazon.com ...
January 16, 10:30:29 UTC

4 steps to increase workplace diversity — and it’s not discriminating against white men, says this tech CEO
Quizlet’s CEO explains the steps his company has taken toward having its workforce look like the overall makeup of the San Francisco Bay Area.
January 16, 10:20:49 UTC

How bitcoin and blockchain will build internet 3.0
Let cryptocurrency innovators thrive in a permissive regulatory environment, writes Atulya Sarin.
January 16, 10:20:42 UTC

One Of The 'Most Powerful' Android Spyware Tools Ever Was Just Uncovered
Surveillance tool grabs WhatsApp messages by exploiting Google's service for disabled users.
January 16, 10:00:00 UTC

Can computers ever beat humans in a reading test? It just happened
Alibaba says its deep-learning model beat out humans in a complex, comprehensive reading test for the first time.
January 16, 08:34:05 UTC

[$$] OK Google, You’ve Been Served
The company may find its political monoculture hard to defend under California labor law.
January 16, 05:43:09 UTC

Google says 'no changes' to mapping platform in China after report
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google said on Tuesday it has made "no changes" to its mapping platform in China, denying an earlier media report that claimed it was re-launching the function in China, where many of its services are blocked. Japan's Nikkei reported earlier that Google had set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website for the first time in eight years and introduced a map application for Chinese iPhones for the first time. Google, however, stated that the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years while there is no Maps application offered in the country.
January 16, 05:09:09 UTC

Google says 'no changes' to mapping platform in China after report
Alphabet Inc's (GOOGL.O) Google said on Tuesday it has made "no changes" to its mapping platform in China, denying an earlier media report that claimed it was re-launching the function in China, where many of its services are blocked. Japan's Nikkei reported earlier that Google had set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website for the first time in eight years and introduced a map application for Chinese iPhones for the first time. Google, however, stated that the Google Maps browser has been available in China for many years while there is no Maps application offered in the country.
January 16, 04:52:48 UTC

Why 2018 Will Be the Year of the Smart Speaker
New estimates show just how strong consumer adoption is.
January 15, 21:33:00 UTC

Google to relaunch map service in China: Nikkei
The company has set up a China-specific version of the Google Maps website and introduced a map app for Chinese iPhones, Nikkei said. When users of the app attempt to use its navigation features, they are automatically transferred to an app from AutoNavi, a mapping company owned by Chinese internet giant Alibaba Group Holding (BABA.N), Nikkei said.
January 15, 18:46:05 UTC

Facebook's update to news feed a good business move?
'The Four' author Scott Galloway on Facebook's changes to its news feed and the surge of Amazon's online grocery sales.
January 15, 15:41:04 UTC