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Fly News Breaks for August 15, 2019
GOOG, GOOGL
Aug 15, 2019 | 07:13 EDT
Deutsche Bank analyst Lloyd Walmsley raised his price target for Alphabet (GOOG) to $1,475 from $1,400 and keeps a Buy rating on the shares. The analyst increased his revenue estimates post the company's Q2 results to reflect "slightly" faster Google Sites revenue growth, easing comps, a "compelling" ad product pipeline, and higher Google Cloud estimates.
News For GOOG;GOOGL From the Last 2 Days
GOOGL
Sep 14, 2019 | 13:19 EDT
Technology & Internet Analyst Seyrafi holds a group luncheon meeting with Scott Gifis, President of AdRoll, a key re-targeting company that is a top buyer on Facebook, Google AdX and a key partner with Twitter, Pinterest, and others, in New York on September 24 at 12 pm hosted by FBN Securities.
GOOGL, GOOG
Sep 13, 2019 | 16:21 EDT
The major averages had a mixed day, but finished with gains for the week, as progress appears to have been made toward a trade deal with China. In the latest... To see the rest of the story go to thefly.com. See Story Here
GOOG, GOOGL
Sep 13, 2019 | 12:16 EDT
Stocks are having an up day and look headed for a weekly gain as progress appears to have been made toward a trade deal with China. In the latest... To see the rest of the story go to thefly.com. See Story Here
GOOG, GOOGL
Sep 13, 2019 | 09:01 EDT
Reps. Doug Collins, Ranking Member of the House Judiciary Committee, Jerrold Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, Jim Sensenbrenner, Ranking Member of the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law,, and David Cicilline, Chairman of the Subcommittee on Antitrust, Commercial and Administrative Law, today issued requests for information to Alphabet (GOOG, GOOGL), Amazon (AMZN), Apple (AAPL) and Facebook (FB). "Committee members will use this information as they continue their bipartisan investigation into competition in the tech sector," the House Judiciary Committee said in a statement. Each requests for information seeks emails from company executives pertaining to matters raising specific competition concerns; Documents from any government investigations into the company; A list of all cases filed against the company alleging anticompetitive behavior; Documents provided to the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, the Federal Trade Commission or any other government entity within the last 10 years relating to the Clayton Act; Organizational charts for the company and each of its U.S. divisions; A list of the company's competitors in markets for the company's products and services and accompanying reasons each entity listed is considered a competitor; Financial statements or reports for the company's products and services. Reference Link
GOOG, GOOGL
Sep 13, 2019 | 08:53 EDT
The House Judiciary Committee today sent letters to Facebook (FB), Amazon.com (AMZN), Alphabet (GOOG) and Apple (AAPL), requesting the companies provide documents and executive communications. The Committee says the focus of its "bipartisan investigation" is to examine competition problems in digital markets, whether "dominant firms" are engaging in anti-competitive conduct online, and whether existing antitrust laws, competition policies, and current enforcement levels are "adequate to address these issues." Reference Link