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Amazon may one of the most valuable companies in the world - clocking in at over $750 billion - but half of Amazon's employees earned a lot less than the big boss... The median pay to work at Amazon last year was $28,446 and half of those employees earned less than that - meanwhile- Bezos took home $1.68 million last year in total compensation or 59 times more than the median salaried Amazon employee. --- The week started off talking about employees peeing in bottles because they couldn't get to the bathroom during a break. Now this? In a comparison - the median salary of a Facebook employee was more than $240,000. Why the big difference? Bezos said in his letter to shareholders- in part- that Amazon created more than 130,000 jobs last year- not counting acquisition and that the new jobs cover a range of professions from AI scientist to fulfillment center associates...
P&G, Facebook, Nike and Netflix are the companies to watch.
China’s commerce ministry says the trade fight with U.S. won’t have a big impact on its economy. Yahoo Finance’s Alexis Christoforous and Editor-in-Chief Andy Serwer have that story.
Facebook had established and implemented a comprehensive privacy program and its privacy controls were operating with sufficient effectiveness to provide reasonable assurance to protect the privacy of covered information, PwC said in a report submitted to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) dated December 2017 on the FTC website https://bit.ly/2JcezvB. PwC declined to comment when contacted by Reuters.
Facebook had established and implemented a comprehensive privacy program and its privacy controls were operating with sufficient effectiveness to provide reasonable assurance to protect the privacy of covered information, PwC said in a report submitted to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) dated December 2017 on the FTC website. PwC declined to comment when contacted by Reuters.
Inc.’s privacy practices gave the social-media company a clean bill of health in a report to federal authorities last year—well after Facebook discovered that political consulting firm Cambridge Analytica improperly obtained millions of users’ personal data. “In our opinion, Facebook’s privacy controls were operating with sufficient effectiveness to provide reasonable assurance to protect the privacy of covered information,” the auditing firm, PricewaterhouseCoopers, said in the report to the Federal Trade Commission dated April 12, 2017. The audit, which covers a two-year period ended in February 2017, was required as part of a settlement that Facebook reached with the FTC in 2011 to ensure the company was clearly informing users about the way their data was being used.
The firm’s days of impressive growth don’t look likely to end any time soon either, based on management’s guidance, and ETSY looks poised to continue delivering impressive gains over the next year. One of the reasons ETSY has been so successful this year has been the fact that management is committed to its major growth initiatives.
Every time, Charlie Brown says, “This time I’m really going to kick that football.” And, every time, Lucy yanks the ball away from him at the last moment and Charlie Brown lands flat on his back. This is a perfect analogy for Elon musk and the American public, or if you prefer, Tesla Inc. (NASDAQ:TSLA) shareholders. Musk overpromises, underdelivers, and has done so thanks some $15 billion in government handouts across Tesla, SpaceX and SolarCity.
Audit by PwC came two years after Facebook learned that a university researcher gave personal data on millions of Facebook users to Cambridge Analytica.
HMNY stock is down 33% as of this writing following its latest equity offering. The majority owner of the MoviePass movie ticket service is running into increasingly grave problems. Helios and Matheson has offered various explanations for how they would eventually reach profitability.
Netflix (NFLX) announced its 1Q18 results on April 16, 2018, and posted slightly better-than-expected earnings and revenues. In 1Q18, Netflix posted adjusted earnings of $0.64 per share, exceeding analysts’ consensus of $0.63 per share. The company posted total revenues of $3.7 billion, slightly better than the estimate of $3.69 billion. Its earnings and revenues increased ~60.0% and ~40.0% year-over-year, respectively.