580.23 +0.92 (0.16%)
After hours: 4:12PM EST
|Bid||573.00 x 300|
|Ask||0.00 x 0|
|Day's range||575.02 - 584.21|
|52-week range||365.83 - 584.21|
|PE ratio (TTM)||19.16|
|Earnings date||17 Apr. 2018 - 23 Apr. 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||11.52 (2.05%)|
|1y target est||614.92|
Jan.18 -- Bloomberg's Ed Hammond discusses BlackRock's decision to offer employees unlimited vacation time. He speaks with Alix Steel and David Westin on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas."
Jan.17 -- BlackRock Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink sent a letter to CEOs this week asking them to say how they’ll spend extra cash from the U.S. tax overhaul. Bloomberg Gadfly Columnist Stephen Gandel and Bloomberg Intelligence's Eric Balchunas discuss Fink's letter on "Bloomberg Markets: The Open." (Gandel's opinions are his own.)
BlackRock (BLK) could be an interesting play for investors as it is seeing solid activity on the earnings estimate revision, along with decent short-term momentum.
BlackRock Inc., taking a page from Silicon Valley where ping-pong tables and on-site gyms are common perks, is offering unlimited time off.
Major ETF providers such as Vanguard Group Inc. and BlackRock Inc. could turn to an old strategy to deal with the planned sector shuffling by two of the world’s biggest index providers: paying special ...
BlackRock's chairman has an admirable history of advocating corporate responsibility. Too bad he's not in a position to do more.
BlackRock, Pier One Imports, Alkermes, Vertex Pharmaceuticals and Agenus highlighted as Zacks Bull and Bear of the Day
The BlackRock founder wants companies to make the world a better place. It's going to take more than a strongly-worded letter to create change.
Fink, who runs the world’s biggest asset manager, says these companies need to do more than just churn out profits if they want to receive the support of BlackRock and its $6 trillion in investments.
The boss of the world’s largest money manager told corporate chiefs to prepare for BlackRock Inc. to become a more assertive shareholder. Laurence Fink in his annual letter to chief executives of companies in which BlackRock invests called on them to better articulate their long-term plans and how their organizations contribute to society, and said the New York money manager will have more frequent and in-depth conversations with them. He has made similar appeals to CEOs in past letters. “The time has come for a new model of shareholder engagement—one that strengthens and deepens communication between shareholders and the companies that they own,” Mr. Fink wrote.
The sustainable investing community just got a little bit louder. Larry Fink, CEO of BlackRock (BLK), called on corporations to find a purpose in society or risk losing support from shareholders. In Fink's annual letter to CEOs, he wrote: "Without a sense of purpose, no company, either public or private, can achieve its full potential.
BlackRock Inc.’s Chief Executive Officer Larry Fink is asking leaders of the world’s biggest companies to say how they’ll spend extra cash from the U.S. tax overhaul.
The New York Times reports Fink will inform business leaders that their companies need to do more than just make profits.
It’s not enough for BlackRock Inc. to command one of every three dollars investors send to fund companies in America. Now it wants to control their minds, too.
Berkshire Hathaway (BRK.B) is sitting on a cash pile of $100 billion. Whereas the company had long kept a policy of no dividends, repurchases, or stock splits, Buffett and Munger altered their strategies to accommodate repurchases for the first time in 2011. Berkshire has agreed to do buybacks at a premium of not more than 20% for Class A and B shares through open-market or privately negotiated transactions.
BlackRock (BLK) has seen solid earnings estimate revision activity over the past month, suggesting analysts are becoming a bit more bullish on the firm???s prospects.