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Amazon
Company Profile Continue
What Does Amazon Do?

Amazon operates as an online retailer and serves consumers through retail websites.They sell merchandise and other content that they purchased to resell. Amazon also serves developers as well as enterprises through Amazon Web Services , doing so provides access to technology infrastructure that enables virtually various businesses.Furthermore it offers Kindle Direct Publishing , as well as provides co-branded credit card agreements and advertising services. Additionally, the company offers Amazon Prime (annual membership program) which provides free shipping of items.
Company Profile
Address of Corporate Headquarters: 410 Terry Ave N. Seattle, WA 98109

Name of Top 3 Key Executives: CEO: Jeffrey P. Bezos CFO: Thomas J. Szkutak COO: Jeffrey A. Wilke (Last years pay $165,000)

# of Employees: Full Time: 117,300

Facts:
Last year, when Amazon's site went down for 49 minutes the company missed sales of nearly $5.7 million
Amazon's warehouses have more square footage than 700 Madison Square Gardens and could hold more water than 10,000 Olympic Pools.
Amazon's current logo was designed to depict a smile that goes from A to Z. "This signifies that the company is willing to deliver everything to everyone, anywhere in the world."
Amazon.com employees spend two days every two years working at the customer service desk, even the CEO. This practice is to help all workers understand the customer service process
Last year, when Amazon's site went down for 49 minutes the company missed sales of nearly $5.7 million






Stock Profile
Name of stock and symbol:
Amazon.com INC & AMZN

52 Week High/low:
284.38-408.06

Average Volume:
3,573,660

Dividend and P/E Radio: Div: N/A P/E:
505.88

Financial Income Statement
Gross Profit:Jun 30, 2014 : 5,942,000, Mar 31, 2014 : 5,686,000

One Major Competitor: Apple Inc
Gross Profit:Sep 28, 2013 : 64,304,000
How would I use this information?
I would use this information as a potential buyer because it tells me in a overall way who made the most in a year and which stock made more money.


Major Competitors
Apple INC: AAPL ,52wk Range: 70.51 - 103.74,Price of stock:$98.75, Fact: the IPHONE is almost twice more expensive in Brazil than in the U.S

Barnes and Nobles INC: BKS ,52wk Range: 13.02 - 24.62,Price of stock:$18.70, Fact: the largest retail bookseller in the United States

Wal-mart.com USA: PVT1 ,52wk Range: 71.69 - 81.37,Price of stock:$77.98, Fact: Wal-mart is the largest overall employer in the USA, and the biggest employer in 25 states
News Events
Google Takes On Amazon Prime, October 14, 2014 ,O'toole, James. "Google Takes on Amazon Prime." CNNMoney. Cable News Network, 14 Oct. 2014. Web. 14 Oct. 201
In this article it talks about the on going battle between Google and Amazon.Recently Google has made an announcement that they are now offering a new subscription service that if they order more then $15 then they will get free same day delivery or overnight delivery. Amazon however offers two day delivery at the cost of $99 annually.That move brings google up the retail battle and makes Amazon #2.

Eidelson, Josh. "Amazon Warehouse Workers Want to Be Paid for Waiting in Line." Bloomberg Business Week. Bloomberg, 02 Oct. 2014. Web. 19 Oct. 2014.
In this article it describes how the day ends for the Amazon workers.To prevent things from being stolen the workers are forced to wait in line in order to walk through one of the security checkpoints.However because waiting can last up to more then half an hour workers are now demanding to be paid while they are waiting to be checked.Right now they are not so sure what the decision will be but there are two good sides to this argument.

"Inside Amazon's Warehouse." A Morning Call Investigation:. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.

This articles focus is on the fight between the unemployed workers from Amazon on the company.They believe that by being unemployed they should still get benefits from the company.

The Wall Street Journal. Dow Jones & Company, n.d. Web. 20 Oct. 2014.

This articles main focus is on Amazon loss despite the strong sales growth.
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