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Some big brick and mortar retailers like Macy's and JC Penney are have trouble hiring for the holiday season. Yahoo Finance's Alexis Christoforous and Myles Udland discuss with Mark Martiak of Senior Wealth Strategist at Premier Wealth First Allied Securities discuss.
Walmart is close to a deal to partner with Lord & Taylor, according to the Wall Street Journal. If it goes through, the department store would be able to sell items on Walmart.com. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Ethan Wolff-Mann and Dan Roberts figure out if this is a smart business strategy.
Communities across the U.S. are rolling out generous incentive deals to land Amazon.com’s massive second headquarters. Incentives have long been a vital tool for economic development officials to lure companies to come to their region, or to remain and expand. In Southwest Ohio alone, Amazon already received more than $3 million for a new fulfillment center in Monroe and others such NuVasive Inc. and Navistar International Corp. also landed hefty incentive packages.
As Amazon.com Inc. considers where to build its second headquarters , there is little indication of where the company is leaning. Amazon (AMZN) opened a local office two years ago with about 100 employees inside of a single mid-rise in The Domain, a mixed-use community in North Austin.
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Two of the largest tech companies Amazon.com (AMZN) and Alphabet Inc.(GOOGL) report earnings after the close on Thursday August 26th. A close examination of the weekly charts and technical studies suggests both my be vulnerable after their earnings reports.
We looked ahead to next week and selected the biggest reports to watch. Make sure to keep an eye on CMG, BA, and AMZN as they prepare to report during the week of October 23
In Alibaba’s (BABA) upcoming fiscal 2Q18 report, investor attention will probably be focused not only on its top-line figure but also on the quality of its top-line growth.
CEO Jeff Bezos appeared in a video atop a wind turbine, 300 feet off the ground, christening the new Amazon wind turbine by breaking a bottle on it. The company built more than 100 wind turbines in the Texas location.
The upscale grocer last month disclosed card information had been stolen from taprooms, restaurants and other venues located within some of its stores. Whole Foods, which Amazon recently purchased for $13.7 billion, said transactions on Amazon.com had not been impacted. The investigation found unauthorized software was present on the point-of-sale systems at certain venues, the company said.
Whole Foods, which Amazon recently purchased for $13.7 billion, said transactions on Amazon.com had not been impacted. The investigation found unauthorized software was present on the point-of-sale systems at certain venues, the company said.
Wisconsin’s $3 billion bid this summer to land Foxconn Technology Group’s first major U.S. factory looked smaller than that of a neighboring state’s, but included an increasingly popular feature that likely ...
Today was a big day for Orlando, as officials have sent Amazon a proposal saying why we're the best place for the e-commerce giant to build its massive second headquarters. Several U.S. cities and states have been falling over themselves to compete for Amazon.com Inc.'s (AMZN) HQ2 in what has been called the largest economic development opportunity in a generation. Submissions were due on Oct. 19, and the Orlando Economic Partnership confirmed the region's bid was submitted, spokeswoman Laureen Martinez told Orlando Business Journal.
The bid outlines 26 sites across the state that could play host to Amazon’s second headquarters, which is proposed to span up to 8 million square feet by 2027. The highlighted sites “represent submissions made directly to Amazon,” the state says.
In making its case for why Albany, New York, should become the home of Amazon.com Inc.’s second corporate headquarters , the Center for Economic Growth compared the city and region against one that’s very familiar to CEO Jeff Bezos: Seattle. It’s an interesting choice because Albany isn’t competing against Seattle to land the huge investment, which is projected to cost $5 billion when fully built over 10 to 15 years and create 50,000 jobs paying average salaries of more than $100,000.
The housing market—as it relates to Amazon’s economic reach, its probable boost to demand for diverse housing types and the tension between homeowners sitting on higher home values versus buyers and renters ...
Competition means that investors may be watching Alibaba's (BABA) top line when it reports its fiscal 2Q18 results on November 2, 2017.
Like seemingly every other stock in this market, Visa Inc (NYSE:V) has been red-hot in 2017, with V stock up nearly 40%. Visa, along with Mastercard Inc (NYSE:MA), were two of my favorite long-term holdings, but these big runs — MA stock is up even more — have left me in a bind. In fact, Visa and Mastercard were part of my Future Blue Chip holdings.
According to recent reports, Lord & Taylor is close to landing a deal with Walmart that will grant it a dedicated space on its website. The report also claims that the deal will have Lord & Taylor continuing to operate its own website for sales. Lord & Taylor could see a major boost in online sales by teaming up with Walmart.
The city of Cincinnati offered Amazon.com Inc. the same deal in an attempt to land the online retail giant’s second headquarters as it gave General Electric in 2014 when the multinational giant announced it would put its U.S. global operations center at the Banks, Mayor John Cranley said Friday. Cincinnati offered a 15-year, 85 percent job creation tax credit as well as a 100 percent property tax abatement to the developer of GE’s building at the Banks. Under a job creation tax credit, companies receive a certain percentage of the city earnings taxes paid by their employees back as the jobs are created.