Sony Corp. (SNE)

75.43
0.83 1.11
NYSE : Consumer Durables
Prev Close 74.60
Open 75.19
Day Low/High 74.51 / 75.57
52 Wk Low/High 50.94 / 84.14
Volume 750.47K
Avg Volume 1.34M
Exchange NYSE
Shares Outstanding 1.26B
Market Cap 87.96B
EPS 4.30
P/E Ratio 0.11
Div & Yield 0.30 (0.00%)
Streaming Music Could Hear Sour Notes

Streaming Music Could Hear Sour Notes

Senate hearing on royalty rules could have big impact.

5 Reasons I'm Becoming an America Firster

Use the overall weakness to pick up the America First stocks.

The Week Ahead

The Week Ahead

It's quiet, but there are some data and earnings worth watching.

Corner of Wall & Main: Inconsistent Data

Recent data and news present a host of 'walking contradictions.'

Buy the Bullets, Not the Guns

Buy the Bullets, Not the Guns

Invest in companies that supply to top device makers.

The Daily Dose: Earnings Season Massacre?

For every blowout report there are likely to be disappointments.

Too Soon to Question GoPro's Earnings Quality?

Keep these points from its most recent quarter in mind.

Five Things to Know Now: Sony's Shock Warning

For the first time since 1958, no dividend from Sony.

The Hurdle's Very High for Apple

The Hurdle's Very High for Apple

That's one of the reasons I sold half my Apple October $100 calls.

Shopping the Growth Investors' Garbage

Shopping the Growth Investors' Garbage

One investor's trash can be a patient one's treasure.

The Daily Dose: An Unhappy Toy Story

The Daily Dose: An Unhappy Toy Story

Are two iconic brands fated for the Island of Misfit Toys?

The Daily Dose: Profit from the World Cup

The Daily Dose: Profit from the World Cup

Top brands could see a sales burst in the third quarter.

Yahoo Aims at Video Programming

Yahoo Aims at Video Programming

Like most ripple effects, it will be good for some, bad for others.

3 Predictions for New Apple Retail Store Leader Angela Ahrendts

3 Predictions for New Apple Retail Store Leader Angela Ahrendts

Change is coming to Apple with its new retail store head, former Burberry CEO Angela Ahrendts, starting in April. Brian Sozzi predicts she will begin her tenure with these three changes.

Microsoft Aims to Catch Up in Console War with "Titanfall"

Microsoft Aims to Catch Up in Console War with "Titanfall"

Microsoft's highly-anticipated new combat game "Titanfall" goes on sale Tuesday and stands to help Microsoft's Xbox One in its competition for sales with Sony's PlayStation 4.

Netflix Helping Hollywood Hang Itself from its own Tentpoles

Netflix Helping Hollywood Hang Itself from its own Tentpoles

Hollywood's increasing reliance on expensive "tentpole" movies and the rise of high quality cable TV shows are jeopardizing the movie business.

Activists Bring More Than Price Value

Activists Bring More Than Price Value

They can also expose mistakes and deficiencies.

Brandon Victor Dixon: Motown the Musical's Tony Award-Nominated Star

Brandon Victor Dixon: Motown the Musical's Tony Award-Nominated Star

Brandon Victor Dixon shares his Broadway journey with TheStreet's Cherella Cox.

The Day Ahead: Caterpillar Steamrolls Views

The Day Ahead: Caterpillar Steamrolls Views

Futures in the green ahead of Apple earnings and on CAT's surprise.

Sundance is Fun if You Avoid That 'Mountain Fever'

Sundance is Fun if You Avoid That 'Mountain Fever'

For film executives, Sundance generates an excitement all its own, and with it, the lure of buying a movie that appears to be a breakout hit. Every distributor wants to find the next "Little Miss Sunshine," though too often all they get is "mountain fever."

Celebrity Trainers to the Stars Team up With Microsoft Xbox

Celebrity Trainers to the Stars Team up With Microsoft Xbox

Dave McCarthy of Microsoft's Xbox unit and celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson give TheStreet's Jill Malandrino a product review of the new Xbox Fitness.

GameStop Under Pressure

GameStop Under Pressure

GME remains a contender despite Sony's new service.

Sales of Google's Android Devices to Top One Billion in 2014

Sales of Google's Android Devices to Top One Billion in 2014

Research firm Gartner predicts that sales of devices running Google's Android operating system will hit 1.1 billion in 2014 -- nearly a 26% increase from last year.

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: 2014 Predictions

5 Dumbest Things on Wall Street: 2014 Predictions

Maria's Big Move, Volcker's New View, Amazon's Air Force, Brett Breaks Out and Loeb Goes Hollywood highlight Gregg Greenberg's Dumbest Predictions List for 2014.

Xbox One Dominates PS4 on Black Friday

Xbox One Dominates PS4 on Black Friday

Microsoft's Xbox One outsold Sony's PlayStation 4 at Wal-Mart and Target on Black Friday, according to analytics firm InfoScout.

Tech Stocks WhipSaw

Tech Stocks WhipSaw

Tech stocks rallied early in the day, then gave back gains as the group struggles to move higher. Game consoles fight over bragging rights.

Xbox One Wins Launch Battle

Xbox One Wins Launch Battle

Twitter is filling up with reports of available Xbox One units on the shelf, but no PS4's in sight. Microsoft wins product launch battle.

Playing the PlayStation 4

Playing the PlayStation 4

It may be good for a quick trade, but don't bank on it saving Sony.

Upgrade Gets GameStop Going

Upgrade Gets GameStop Going

Needham & Company upgrades GameStop from Hold to Buy, one day after the company issued a weak fourth-quarter guidance.

Xbox One Orders Double The 360

Xbox One Orders Double The 360

Xbox One pre-orders are double that of Xbox 360, according to Marc Whitten, Microsoft's chief product officer. Supply is tight for the holidays.