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Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)


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817.88+9.55 (+1.18%)
At close: 4:00PM EST

819.25 1.37 (0.17%)
Pre-Market: 5:44AM EST

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Previous Close808.33
Open806.80
Bid817.66 x 100
Ask818.00 x 100
Day's Range805.08 - 818.48
52 Week Range474.00 - 847.21
Volume2,525,423
Avg. Volume4,336,159
Market Cap388.63B
Beta1.43
PE Ratio (TTM)187.37
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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    Amazon to scrap e-book clauses, wants to settle EU antitrust probe

    U.S. online retailer Amazon has offered to scrap some clauses from its e-book deals with publishers, the European Commission said on Tuesday, a move aimed at ending an EU antitrust investigation and avoid a possible fine. Amazon, Europe's biggest e-book distributor, will not force publishers to offer terms and conditions, such as on wholesale prices, business models and e-book catalogues, similar to those they have agreed with Amazon's rivals. The Commission has concerns that such parity clauses make it harder for other e-book retailers to compete with Amazon by developing new and innovative products and services.

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  • Reuters37 minutes ago

    Amazon offers to drop e-book clauses to settle EU antitrust probe: source

    U.S. online retailer Amazon (AMZN.O) has offered to drop some clauses from its e-book deals with publishers in a bid to end an EU antitrust investigation and stave off a possible fine, a person familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The proposal means that Amazon, the biggest e-book distributor in Europe, will not force publishers to give them terms as good as those for rivals, the source said. The European Commission is expected to seek feedback from rivals and customers before deciding whether to accept the proposal or demand more, the person said.