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DISH Network Corporation (DISH)

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
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9.58+0.59 (+6.56%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
9.60 +0.02 (+0.21%)
After hours: 07:57PM EDT
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Previous Close8.99
Bid9.58 x 900
Ask9.62 x 3000
Day's Range9.19 - 9.69
52 Week Range8.87 - 33.74
Avg. Volume5,784,762
Market Cap5.088B
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.84
PE Ratio (TTM)2.78
EPS (TTM)3.45
Earnings DateMay 04, 2023 - May 08, 2023
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateDec 12, 2012
1y Target Est26.81
  • Reuters

    UPDATE 1-US judge overturns $469 mln verdict against Dish Network over streaming patents

    A Utah federal judge on Tuesday overturned a jury's verdict that Dish Network LLC must pay $469 million to parental-control technology maker ClearPlay Inc for infringing two patents related to filtering material from streaming video. U.S. District Judge David Nuffer reversed the jury's finding that Dish's AutoHop commercial-skipping feature violated ClearPlay's patent rights less than two weeks after the March 10 verdict, according to the court's docket. A Dish spokesperson said the company "has stood firm in its belief that it did not infringe ClearPlay's patents, and is gratified by the Court's ruling."

  • Simply Wall St.

    The Returns On Capital At DISH Network (NASDAQ:DISH) Don't Inspire Confidence

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  • Reuters

    Dish hit with $469 million verdict over commercial-skipping technology

    Dish Network LLC must pay $469 million for infringing two patents held by parental-control technology maker ClearPlay Inc related to filtering material from streaming video, a jury in U.S. federal court in Utah has decided. The jury in Salt Lake City reached its decision on Friday in ClearPlay's lawsuit against Dish, finding that Dish's AutoHop feature for skipping commercials on its Hopper set-top boxes is covered by ClearPlay's patents. While jurors found that Dish's technology violated ClearPlay's patent rights, they rejected ClearPlay's contention that Dish copied its technology intentionally.