989.00 -8.00 (-0.80%)
Pre-Market: 8:33AM EDT
|Bid||988.50 x 300|
|Ask||989.29 x 100|
|Day's Range||996.55 - 1,022.31|
|52 Week Range||710.10 - 1,083.31|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||253.56|
|Earnings Date||Oct 26, 2017|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||1,163.10|
The online retailer is partnering with some of the largest apartment building landlords in the country to install "lockers" so you can access your own packages 24/7. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous, Dan Roberts, and Kevin Mahn, CIO of Hennion & Walsh Asset Management why Amazon is looking into more ground delivery options.
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E-commerce behemoth Amazon.com Inc. (AMZN) will receive the last of the bids for its HQ2 campus by the end of today, but 'The Amazon Effect,' of the highly-publicized real estate search is already being felt in North Texas — and this has nothing to do with e-commerce. For those not in the retail industry, 'The Amazon Effect,' is a reference to Amazon's disruption of the bricks-and-mortar retail world. Now, the Seattle-based online retailer is shaking up real estate searches, not only in North Texas, but throughout North America.
Today marks the deadline for bids in Amazon's high stakes search for a location for its second headquarters, and North Texas is bombarding the e-retailing behemoth with possibilities. The Dallas Regional Chamber, which is coordinating the region's effort, won't specify how many locations it will forward to Seattle-based Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZ). Cities across the United States and a few in Canada are also clamoring to land the project that Amazon has dubbed “HQ2.” Most other cities and regions, however, have narrowed their pitch list more than DFW has.
This company has growth that looks more like a software business than an apparel business. But they've gone from zero to billions in four years. Why did that happen and what's so special about them?