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Google (C shares) (NASDAQ: GOOG)

565.06 18.06 (3.30%)

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Today's Open $566.10
Previous Close $547.00
Daily Range $557.25 - $571.14
52-Week Range $487.56 - $599.65
Market Cap $384.6B
P/E Ratio 0.00
Dividend (Yield) $0.00 (0.0%)
Volume 4,916,023
Average Daily Volume 1,827,960
Current FY EPS $0.00




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News & Commentary

Everything You Need to Know About Google's Fi Wireless Service

The company is rolling out a Wi-Fi based phone service with a curious marketing plan.

Google Inc.’s Chrome Update Could Be a Game Changer for Android Devices

Why is Google’s latest Chrome update such a big deal for the mobile Web?

Why You Won't Be in Google's Self-Driving Car Anytime Soon

Self-driving cars are all the rage in the technology and automotive worlds these days. However, one very credible report recently claimed that it might be longer than you think before your car becomes your own private driver as well.

Is Verizon Right to Sacrifice Subscribers for Profits?

The company may be pursuing a strategy that has already past its expiration date.

Does Apple Hide More Cash Abroad Than Anyone?

Netflix: Burn It and They Will Come

How 3 Silicon Valley Billionaires Could Change the Face of Energy

Bringing SolarCity, Tesla Motors, and Google together could have a huge impact on how we view energy.

The Only Legitimate Competitor to Google Maps and Apple Maps Just Went Up for Sale

Nokia is considering selling its HERE Maps.

Why Are Wireless Carriers Tweaking Samsung's Galaxy S6?

Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, and T-Mobile have made some changes to Samsung's Galaxy S6.

Why Sprint Subscribers Might Drop Calls if They Turn on Wi-Fi Calling

Sprint doesn't support Wi-Fi to cellular handoff, which exemplifies its poor-network problem.

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