The textbook rental site’s stock fell to $9.82 a share, at the time of publishing, but board member Paul Holland is optimistic that the stock will ultimately go up.
Everything was going so well. Revenue was up. Profit was up. Users were up. The stock was up.
Investors, investors: Why do you still stubbornly cling to Microsoft and Nokia and Google while Jony Ive parades his new creations before a surprised and delighted world?
Apple shares finally hit $500 for the first time since since January following news that billionaire Carl Icahn invested in the company.
Looks like Sheryl Sandberg is pleased with the company’s stock growth in the last couple weeks. The Facebook chief operating officer sold off $91 million worth of stock this week, according to a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission.
Iconic tech company Yahoo has agreed to repurchase 40 million shares of stock from major stakeholder Third Point, the company announced today.
The ‘world’s largest digital coupon marketplace’ priced its IPO last night and raised $191 million. Share price has since surged by 34% and is currently being traded at $28.21 per share.
This week’s slight bounce-back of around 70 cents per share is due to the arrival of a certain high-profile Microsoftie in Zynga’s hallowed halls.
Apple stock dropped below $400 again as an analyst lowered his forecast for the company. Wall Street, apparently, is losing faith that Apple can return to its brief glory days of 2012 as the mobile-fueled technology highflier it was.
Tesla stock has had an amazing three months, blasting above $100 from the low $30s just in March.
Loyal3 has raised $18 million for its platform that makes it easy for consumers to buy stock in their favorite brands.
Google hits a high of $911 ahead of its highly buzzed about developer conference today.
Microsoft stock, which is down a penny today, jumped from under $30 to over $31 almost immediately overnight, and has climbed almost 11 percent over the last month. That’s part of a fairly steady rise over the last three months which has added over $30 billion in value to the company.
Pioneering open-source solution vendor Red Hat (RHT) announced today that its board had authorized a $300 million stock buyback program.
Motif, the company that “pioneered ideas-based stock investing” announced that it has raised $25 million in its third round of financing from Goldman Sachs, as well as existing investors Foundation Capital, Ignition Partners, and Norwest Venture Partners.
ChannelAdvisor filed for an IPO today, proposing to raise $86.25 million, although the price per share and number of shares has not yet been revealed.
Investor Warren Buffet, recently the world’s richest man, seems to think that Apple stock is going to do just fine.
“I’m very proud that we’re out front, that we’re changing people’s lives, that we’re doing what’s right and just in moving the ball forward,” Cook said today. “I don’t mean to gush, but it’s how I feel.”
Apple has swiftly responded to a lawsuit filed this morning by investor David Einhorn’s hedge fund Green Light Capital, in an attempt to quell further outcry from investors.
A portion of former vice president Al Gore’s cut of the sale from Al Jazeera’s acquisition of cable channel Current.tv is going into Apple shares, according to an SEC filing released today.
With good news comes bad news.
Wall Street and Apple are not cozy bedfellows this morning. Apple’s stock is down another $20 billion this morning in early trading on reports of iPhone component order cuts and softening demand.
SolarCity’s stock soars on its first day of trading, after a last minute share price cut.
Apple stock dropped like a rock today, dropping 6.43 percent of its value — nearly $35 billion — in heavy trading. But the big question is why.
Will Apple hit or miss? It’s all down to iPhone 5 numbers.
It looks like strong mobile ad performance has breathed new life into Facebook’s stock.
Online investment manager Nutmeg opens for business in the U.K.
SprinkleBit’s social investing platform lets novices learn, practice, and finally, trade.
Google briefly became the world’s second-largest technology company by market value today. But it’s still less than half Apple’s capitalization at $627 billion.
Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu has upped his price target for Apple stock for the second time since the iPhone 5 release. He now believes the stock will hit a stratospheric $840 based on two things: iPhone 5 and iPad mini.
IPOVillage brings pre-IPO pricing to the masses
Apple’s stock hit $700 a share today in after hours trading, proving to all of us that all you really need to have a successful business is a new iPhone. Good luck to everyone else.
Apple’s stock shot up to its newest high, $696.98 a share, after the company opened up pre-ordering online for its latest device, the coveted iPhone 5.
Apple’s stock reached an all-time high when trading began this morning at $680, following the company’s monumental legal victory over Samsung on Friday. Apple’s market capitalization also reached a new high of $637 billion.
Editor’s Pick Cashing out as quickly as possible, Facebook’s first outside investor Peter Thiel sold a majority stake of his holdings for close to $400 million.
It wasn’t the sweetest deal ever had, but Silicon Valley investment firm Andreessen Horowitz made nearly $14 million in profit by disposing of its stake in Groupon in June.
Three months before releasing a quarterly earnings report that slaughtered an already-decimated stock, Zynga executives and investors unloaded some of their stock, raking in more than $500 million dollars. Now, multiple law firms are investigating whether the company or its executives did anything improper.
Zynga insiders, including chief executive Marc Pincus, cashed out in April, selling 43 million shares for over $516 million — just before the stock price cratered.
Facebook’s stock fell 11 percent in after hours trading this afternoon, reaching a new low of $24, after the social network reported earnings for the first time as a public company.