AMZN - Amazon.com, Inc.

NasdaqGS - NasdaqGS Real Time Price. Currency in USD
1,788.61
+69.25 (+4.03%)
At close: 4:00PM EDT

1,779.99 -8.62 (-0.48%)
Pre-Market: 6:25AM EDT

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Previous Close1,719.36
Open1,808.00
Bid1,780.20 x 1200
Ask1,782.60 x 800
Day's Range1,742.53 - 1,808.95
52 Week Range962.50 - 2,050.50
Volume9,090,957
Avg. Volume5,219,834
Market Cap872.378B
Beta (3Y Monthly)1.81
PE Ratio (TTM)141.65
EPS (TTM)12.63
Earnings DateOct 25, 2018
Forward Dividend & YieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-Dividend DateN/A
1y Target Est2,164.21
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  • Amazon's 'Transparent' will end with a movie-length musical episode
    Engadget9 hours ago

    Amazon's 'Transparent' will end with a movie-length musical episode

    Much like Netflix's challenges with House of Cards, the creators of Amazon's Transparent have faced a problem: how do they wrap up the final season of a long-running show in a way that does the series justice, especially with the departure of a key cast member? Series creator Jill Soloway has revealed to the New York Times that the last episode of the fifth season will be a two-hour musical episode. Details are scarce, but it'll ideally be a cross of Jesus Christ Superstar, La La Land, Flight of the Conchords and "a little Yentl," according to Soloway.

  • Quartz6 days ago

    Amazon may be the biggest threat to Google since Facebook

    Amazon is coming for Google’s lunch. For years, marketers and industry insiders have heralded Amazon as a burgeoning “third force” in advertising, as former WPP chief Martin Sorrell once put it. Now, advertisers are beginning to shift dollars away from digital ad giant Google and toward Amazon, where people increasingly go to search for things…

  • Quartz4 days ago

    Tech stocks have their worst day since 2011. Is there more to come?

    It wasn’t long ago that Amazon and Apple share prices seemed to defy gravity, and were pulling the rest of the stock market up with them. But what goes up tends also to come down, and the biggest technology companies plunged as jittery investors cashed out today (Oct. 10), sending the tech sector to its…

  • Quartz5 days ago

    Amazon’s “holy grail” recruiting tool was actually just biased against women

    From 2014 until 2017, Amazon tried to build a tool that used artificial intelligence to rate the best job candidates like products on its website, from one to five stars, according to a new report from Reuters. But a year into the project, the programers realized that the algorithmic system wasn’t good at identifying people’s…

  • TheStreet.com11 hours ago

    Here Are the Hottest Halloween Costumes for 2018

    There will be at least 7.2 million adult witches roaming the night on Halloween this year, and quite a few pets dressed as hot dogs.

  • Here's How Amazon.com Could Save the Shopping Mall
    Motley Fool13 hours ago

    Here's How Amazon.com Could Save the Shopping Mall

    Amazon reinvents shopping yet again.

  • This Could Be the No. 1 Way Amazon Makes Money With Alexa
    Motley Fool17 hours ago

    This Could Be the No. 1 Way Amazon Makes Money With Alexa

    Developers have long used this model to monetize their apps.

  • Amazon Could Have a Very Real Antitrust Problem
    Motley Fool17 hours ago

    Amazon Could Have a Very Real Antitrust Problem

    Amazon's size alone may not lead to antitrust scrutiny. But some of its business strategies could land the company in hot water sooner or later.

  • Online natural and organic grocery Thrive aims to fill niche
    Associated Press19 hours ago

    Online natural and organic grocery Thrive aims to fill niche

    Thrive Market, a four-year-old online membership-based natural and organic food retailer, has successfully filled a niche modeled after Costco but just for healthy items. CEO Nick Green, along with his two co-founders Gunnar Lovelace and Sasha Siddartha, saw a big opportunity to make healthy food more accessible for middle-class American shoppers who found Whole Foods too expensive and were overwhelmed by the increasing choices at discounters. Members pay an annual membership fee of $59.95 to enjoy a 25 to 50 percent discount off traditional retail prices.

  • Sony's Muddled Strategy Is Killing Its Streaming Businesses
    Motley Fool20 hours ago

    Sony's Muddled Strategy Is Killing Its Streaming Businesses

    Sony owns an on-demand streaming service and a live TV streaming service, but it has shown few signs of a unified strategy for targeting cord cutters.

  • 5 AI Predictions Investors Need to Know
    Motley Fool20 hours ago

    5 AI Predictions Investors Need to Know

    Artificial intelligence may seem like science fiction, but these predictions are quickly becoming a reality.

  • Is the Sharing Economy Stunting Netflix's Growth?
    Motley Fool21 hours ago

    Is the Sharing Economy Stunting Netflix's Growth?

    Younger consumers are sharing more than rides. Does that spell trouble for the streaming giant?

  • CNBC22 hours ago

    Why Amazon's minimum wage hike was 'inevitable', and how others may soon follow in its footsteps

    On November 1st, Amazon is expected to hike its minimum hourly employee wage to $15. The move will impact 250,000 current employees, plus 100,000 seasonal workers. Amazon employees who package your order will soon be getting paid more.

  • Bankers Fleeing Brexit Can Help Make Luxembourgish Great Again
    Bloombergyesterday

    Bankers Fleeing Brexit Can Help Make Luxembourgish Great Again

    “Luxembourgish helps people who want to live here long-term,” said Roy Reding, a member of the right-of-center ADR party, which is seeking to add to its three seats in the 60-seat parliament. Nestled between Belgium, France and Germany, the tiny nation of just over 600,000 citizens has become the world’s second biggest fund market and an attractive hub for multinationals such Amazon.com Inc. Its multilingualism and multiculturalism are part of its attraction, with locals being able to switch with ease between French, German and English and their native Luxembourgish. Citizens, including more than 900 new British dual nationals, vote on Sunday after five years of a government that didn’t just bring about a tram, a construction boom and free-of-charge international schools, but also presided over an upsurge in pride in the local language -- as well as a fear for its survival.