|Bid||1,373.50 x 100|
|Ask||1,376.00 x 200|
|Day's Range||1,446.56 - 1,465.80|
|52 Week Range||833.50 - 1,498.00|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||235.56|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||N/A|
A real estate economist and futurist thinks the way companies go about choosing relocation and expansion sites will forever be altered by how Amazon.com is conducting the search for a city to host its coveted second headquarters. K.C. Conway, chief economist for the commercial real estate trade organization the CCIM Institute, authored a white paper in partnership with the Alabama Center for Real Estate that discusses how "Amazon’s HQ2 site selection process is more than just a point along a timeline charting its evolution as one of the world’s most transformative companies. In the report, Amazon HQ2: A Reset Button for Site Selection , Conway predicts that workforce availability and lifestyle issues will overtake subsidies and real estate incentives as the primary concerns of relocating and expanding companies.
In the coming weeks, this leader in hydrogen-power solutions is sure to fuel investors' frustrations in addition to fleets of forklifts.
Blue Apron (APRN) is credited with conceptualizing meal delivery kits, which include recipes along with proportionate fresh and organic ingredients. However, the company’s revenue growth has been decelerating quickly, as we discussed previously in this series. The meal kit market is becoming crowded with numerous players such as Kroger (KR), Walmart (WMT), and Amazon (AMZN). In July 2017, Blue Apron (APRN) announced that it was moving all operations from its Jersey City fulfillment center to its Linden facility, also located in New Jersey. Blue Apron has been focusing on automating the entire production process in its facilities to save costs and reduce the fulfillment time.
Casino has started exclusive talks over buying online shoe retailer Sarenza, as the French supermarket operator looks to strengthen its online presence in the face of competition from Amazon and other Internet firms. Sarenza generated sales of more than 250 million euros ($310.30 million) during its last fiscal year, and its planned takeover follows Casino's e-commerce partnership with Ocado , in November, as the French retailer looks to build up the online presence of its Monoprix supermarket business.
Denver and the 19 other areas that are still in the running for Amazon.com Inc.'s second headquarters have been preparing more information for the e-commerce giant in hopes of landing the $5 billion "HQ2" complex -- and now there may be a deadline. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan told a gathering of business owners Thursday that the state has until March 1 to finalize its bid for Amazon HQ2. Montgomery County, Maryland, is on the HQ2 short list.
Power is now shifting to streaming services, which have direct lines to the viewers that networks and show creators like Murphy are trying to reach.
Amazon has knocked Microsoft off the podium, to take over as the third-largest U.S. company by market capitalization for the first time.
The streamer is taking flak for its cash burn, but its financials look much better than those of its closest rivals.
Walmart has built a dominant position in the food business and is competing with Amazon in e-commerce.
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Streaming services such as Netflix Inc. (NFLX), Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN), Hulu — a joint venture among The Walt Disney Co. (DIS), 21st Century Fox (NASDAQ: FOXA, FOX), Comcast (CMCSA)-owned NBCUniversal and Time Warner Inc. (TWX) — and others have transformed the entertainment landscape. Much of their work currently appeals to diverse audiences on broadcast and cable TV, making them attractive recruits for streaming services such as Amazon, Netflix and Hulu.