1,802.00 -20.49 (-1.12%)
After hours: 7:54PM EDT
|Bid||1,800.62 x 800|
|Ask||1,802.20 x 900|
|Day's range||1,814.45 - 1,841.95|
|52-week range||931.75 - 1,841.95|
|PE ratio (TTM)||229.24|
|Earnings date||26 Jul 2018|
|Forward dividend & yield||N/A (N/A)|
|1y target est||1,862.07|
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While Amazon.com Inc. struggled to keep its site online for the start of Prime Day, the company’s Whole Foods stores relied on old-school promotional techniques to sell Prime subscriptions. Employees set up kiosks to hand out Amazon-branded temporary tattoos, Prime Day stickers and leaflets promoting an Amazon credit card. The stores this week are a vivid display of Amazon’s ambitions to turn Whole Foods into a place to recruit and cater to members of its $119-a-year Prime program.
Guru Hariharan, Boomerang chief executive officer and former Amazon.com Inc. executive, discusses Amazon's Prime Day promotion with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology." (Source: ...
Amazon's website ran into some early snags Monday on its much-hyped Prime Day, an embarrassment for the tech company on the shopping holiday it created. Shoppers clicking on many Prime Day links after the 3 p.m. ET launch in the U.S. got only images of dogs — some quite abashed-looking — with the words, "Uh-oh. By about 4:30 p.m., many Prime Day links were working, and Amazon said later Monday that it was working to resolve the glitches.
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Inc.’s website and mobile application were plagued by outages Monday afternoon as the online retail giant kicked off its annual sales event, Prime Day. Users took to social media to report trouble getting access to Amazon’s home page, as they encountered error messages featuring “the dogs of Amazon”—the company’s placeholder messages during outages—for at least an hour into the launch. An Amazon representative said that the company is working to resolve the issue quickly and that only some shoppers are experiencing difficulty.
(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc (AMZN.O) on Monday said it was working to fix a technical issue that had prevented some shoppers from placing orders during the company's summer marketing event, Prime Day. The ...
Amazon.com Inc on Monday said it was working to fix a technical issue that had prevented some shoppers from placing orders during the company's summer marketing event, Prime Day. The company's shares were ...
The port of entry for Amazon's public cloud stopped working properly on Monday, on the same day Amazon was facing with technical issues related to Prime Day.
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Large companies are shifting more workloads to the cloud and continue to spend most on Amazon.com Inc.’s Amazon Web Services, though Microsoft Corp.’s Azure is gaining ground, Goldman Sachs Group Inc. reports. Asked which public-cloud providers they currently use for infrastructure-as-a-service, 56% of chief information officers at large public firms cited AWS, followed by 49% who cited Azure, the report said. The next closest cloud services for IaaS were Alphabet Inc.’s Google Cloud, Dell Technologies Inc.’s VMware and Oracle Corp.
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Amazon says it's working to resolve the glitches on its website that kept shoppers from buying on its much-hyped Prime Day. The hiccups could mute sales and send shoppers elsewhere on one of Amazon's busiest sales days. Shoppers clicking on many Prime Day links after the 3 p.m. ET Monday launch in the U.S. got only images of dogs — some quite abashed-looking — with the words, "Uh-oh.
Amazon's website has run into some snags quickly on its much-hyped Prime Day. Shoppers clicking on many Prime Day links Monday got only an abashed-looking dog with the words, "Uh-oh. It wasn't clear how widespread the outage was, and an Amazon spokesman didn't immediately respond to an email.
Jul.16 -- Guru Hariharan, Boomerang chief executive officer and former Amazon.com Inc. executive, discusses Amazon's Prime Day promotion with Bloomberg's Emily Chang on "Bloomberg Technology."