1,600.00 +0.99 (0.06%)
After hours: 7:58PM EST
|Bid||1,600.50 x 200|
|Ask||1,604.33 x 1000|
|Day's Range||1,597.51 - 1,673.00|
|52 Week Range||1,121.63 - 2,050.50|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||1.94|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||126.63|
|Earnings Date||Jan 30, 2019 - Feb 4, 2019|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y Target Est||2,135.21|
Amazon will be building a 4 million-square-foot campus in Long Island City that will create 25,000 jobs. Here's what all those jobs will mean for the New York City neighborhood's housing market.
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According to Amazon.com Inc.'s agreement with city and state officials, the Jeff Bezos-led company will construct HQ2 on a site that is partially owned by the plastics company Plaxall. The proposal from Amazon seems to use both Plaxall-owned land and property currently overseen by the city, the report continued. “We have seen firsthand in Seattle how the company has worked to integrate its campus and employees into the surrounding community, and we know Amazon intends to execute a similar vision here,” Plaxall said in a statement (h/t Times Ledger).
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Virginia regularly awards grants, tax breaks and other goodies to businesses that move to the state or expand their operations, sometimes even for small projects that produce just a dozen or so jobs.
Amazon.com Inc.'s Long Island City headquarters is expected to take up 8 million square-feet of space upon completion.
About 250 people huddled against the cold wind in Long Island City Wednesday, near the East River site where Amazon plans to move in. U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand later used a Twitter posting to join the chorus of critics. The gathering in Queens included dozens of elected officials, including City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer, who represents the district that includes Long Island City and who said he’d been shut out of any negotiations and only learned the deal had been consummated by reading about it in the newspaper.
plunged on Wednesday despite an earnings report that came in line with revenue expectations -- and easily exceeded earnings per share estimates. Investors seldom like to hear words like "downsizing" or "reducing." That appears to be part of the problem for Macy's shareholders as executives broke that cardinal rule in an earnings call on Wednesday morning.. CEO Jeff Gennette noted that the company is shifting more towards its "magnet" and "neighborhood" stores, which were described as being smaller than the "flagship" locations that occupy the largest amount of its real estate.
Amazon’s search for a new headquarters (or possibly just an elaborate fishing expedition for 238 cities’ valuable data) ended with the company choosing New York’s Long Island City and Crystal City in northern Virginia, it announced today (Nov. 13). The ecommerce giant also said it plans to open an operations center with 5,000 jobs in…
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Amazon.com Inc. senior VP Jay Carney downplayed the generous tax incentives New York City offered the Jeff Bezos behemoth in an interview with CNBC. "If you look at some of the proposals that were put forward by the cities that released them publicly, you can find out very quickly that incentives did not drive this process for us," Carney said. "Our number one criterion for us was the availability of existing talent and the possibility of recruiting and luring new talent to come." Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) confirmed yesterday that it planned on splitting its second headquarters between two cities — Queens, New York and Crystal City, Virginia.
The decision to structure the lucrative and high-profile program as a single award — the main point of contention — doesn't violate federal procurement regulations.
It may have been too costly for Amazon to launch headquarters in less expensive cities, a site selection expert said.
According to a 32-page memorandum, New York City permitted the Seattle-based e-commerce giant to build a helipad
New York leaders expect a 9:1 return on investment for forgoing state and local income taxes on the retail behemoth. Will they see it?