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159.19-1.60 (-1.00%)
At close: 04:00PM EDT
158.23 -0.96 (-0.60%)
After hours: 07:59PM EDT
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Previous Close160.79
Bid159.22 x 200
Ask159.33 x 300
Day's Range158.60 - 161.70
52 Week Range103.27 - 161.70
Avg. Volume23,259,472
Market Cap1.969T
Beta (5Y Monthly)1.05
PE Ratio (TTM)27.45
EPS (TTM)5.80
Earnings DateApr 23, 2024 - Apr 29, 2024
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est163.38
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    Google to Stop Linking to California News Sites for Some Users

    (Bloomberg) -- Alphabet Inc.’s Google will temporarily remove links to California news sites for an unspecified number of users in the state as it studies the impact of proposed legislation that would force the company to pay for serving up such content.Most Read from BloombergTexas Warns of Possible Power Emergency Next WeekIsrael Bracing for Unprecedented Direct Iran Attack in DaysIran Seizes Israel-Linked Container Ship Near Hormuz StraitIsrael Versus Iran — What an Open War Between Them Coul

  • The Guardian

    Google blocking links to California news outlets from search results

    Tech giant is protesting proposed law that would require large online platforms to pay ‘journalism usage fee’

  • Associated Press Finance

    Faced with possibly paying for news, Google removes links to California news sites for some users

    Google on Friday began removing California news websites from some people's search results, a test that acted as a threat should the state Legislature pass a law requiring the search giant to pay media companies for linking to their content. Google announced the move in a blog post on Friday, calling it a "short-term test for a small percentage of users ... to measure the impact of the legislation on our product experience.” The company said it also would pause new investments in the California news industry, including the partnership initiative with news organizations and its product licensing program.