AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
986.61
-10.39 (-1.04%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

986.61 0.00 (0.00%)
After hours: 4:26PM EDT

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Previous Close997.00
Open990.00
Bid985.02 x 100
Ask986.86 x 100
Day's Range980.24 - 991.05
52 Week Range710.10 - 1,083.31
Volume2,945,511
Avg. Volume3,329,016
Market Cap473.95B
Beta1.31
PE Ratio (TTM)250.92
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings DateN/A
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target EstN/A
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  • Cities go bonkers to lure Amazon’s second HQ
    Yahoo Finance Video6 hours ago

    Cities go bonkers to lure Amazon’s second HQ

    Some big cities are going bananas in a bid to attract Amazon’s new Headquarters! Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan Roberts, and Ethan Wolff-Mann delve into some of the craziest moves some cities are making!

  • Newark offers Amazon $7B in tax incentives
    Yahoo Finance Video2 days ago

    Newark offers Amazon $7B in tax incentives

    New Jersey’s government is willing to offer up $7 billion in tax incentives if the e-commerce giant makes Newark its new headquarters or HQ2.

  • Amazon adds loads more branded Dash buttons in UK
    TechCrunchyesterday

    Amazon adds loads more branded Dash buttons in UK

    Amazon has doubled the total selection of branded Dash buttons available to UK members of its Prime subscription service, to more than 100, just over a year after launching the push-button wi-fi gizmos, which let people reorder a specific product via its ecommerce marketplace just by pushing the button. Amazon now says Dash Button orders have delivered more than 160,000 cups of coffee and almost 300,000 rolls of toilet tissue paper in the market.

  • American City Business Journals9 minutes ago

    Tampa Bay's pitch for Amazon's HQ2 is headed to Seattle (Video)

    Tampa Bay is a talent magnet. Cooperation that spanned both sides of Tampa Bay sends a key message, said J.P. DuBuque, president of the St. Petersburg Area Economic Development Corp. "Our message to Amazon is that they can expect our local government and community leadership to be collaborative, easy to work with, and ready to help them stand up HQ2 as quickly as possible," DuBuque said.

  • American City Business Journals14 minutes ago

    Pick me: Orlando submits Amazon HQ2 proposal

    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.

  • American City Business Journals15 minutes ago

    The pitch: 'Amazon Promenade' connecting downtown Albany and Rensselaer

    Albany's pitch for Amazon's $5 billion second corporate headquarters would straddle the Hudson River, with millions of square feet of office space in downtown Albany and Rensselaer connected by a new pedestrian bridge, water taxis and/or a $43 million aerial gondola . Dubbed the "Amazon Promenade," it would appear to be a long-shot bid to lure the world's largest online retailer to the state capital.

  • Billions in tax breaks offered to Amazon for second headquarters
    Reuters23 minutes ago

    Billions in tax breaks offered to Amazon for second headquarters

    The world's largest online retailer has won promises from elected officials who are eager for the $5 billion-plus investment and up to 50,000 jobs that will come with "Amazon HQ2." For its second campus, Amazon wants a metropolitan area of more than a million people with good education, mass transit and likely lower costs than its home base in Seattle. Amazon has said it will announce a decision next year. "There is no better place to do business than Canada," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in an Oct. 13 letter to Amazon's Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, seen by Reuters.

  • Billions in tax breaks offered to Amazon for second headquarters
    Reuters23 minutes ago

    Billions in tax breaks offered to Amazon for second headquarters

    The world's largest online retailer has won promises from elected officials who are eager for the $5 billion-plus investment and up to 50,000 jobs that will come with "Amazon HQ2." For its second campus, Amazon wants a metropolitan area of more than a million people with good education, mass transit and likely lower costs than its home base in Seattle. Amazon has said it will announce a decision next year. "There is no better place to do business than Canada," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in an Oct. 13 letter to Amazon's Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, seen by Reuters.

  • American City Business Journals25 minutes ago

    HQ2 pitches pile up at Amazon, while taxpayers remain out of the loop. Here's who's doing the bidding

    By all accounts the bids to land Amazon’s second North American headquarters are piling up at the company’s doorstep in Seattle, although few of those details have been made public to the very people with the most on the line: taxpayers. Cities and states across the country have been falling over themselves to compete for what has been called the largest economic development opportunity in a generation. The mere chance to land a global tech giant’s headquarters, which Amazon (AMZN) says will create up to 50,000 jobs and generate billions in economic benefits each year, already has spurred public officials and economic development leaders to pledge massive incentive packages to Amazon.

  • Reuters25 minutes ago

    Billions in tax breaks offered to Amazon for second headquarters

    The world's largest online retailer has won promises from elected officials who are eager for the $5 billion-plus investment and up to 50,000 jobs that will come with "Amazon HQ2." For its second campus, Amazon wants a metropolitan area of more than a million people with good education, mass transit and likely lower costs than its home base in Seattle. Amazon has said it will announce a decision next year. "There is no better place to do business than Canada," Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in an Oct. 13 letter to Amazon's Chief Executive Jeff Bezos, seen by Reuters.