Inc (AMZN)

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Prev Close 702.80
Open 704.61
Day Low / High 696.42 / 706.00
52 Wk Low / High 419.14 / 722.45
Volume 2.59M
Avg Volume 4.31M
Exchange NASDAQ
Shares Outstanding 471.83M
Market Cap 329.58B
EPS 1.30
P/E Ratio 286.28
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Earnings Transcripts

IAC to Take on Cable, Satellite Operators with Video Streaming Service

Thirty years after launching the media-altering Fox TV network, Barry Diller considers a video offering.

Do Self-Driving Cars Even Stand a Chance? — Tech Roundup

A recent survey suggests consumers aren't warming up to self-driving cars the way investors would have hoped.

Amazon's Local Play May Be Starting to Deliver

The e-commerce giant's Prime Now local delivery service appears to be gaining traction, especially among coveted younger consumers.

Amazon Seen With Underappreciated Opportunities In B2B, Automated Consumption

Piper Jafrray analyst Gene Munster believes Amazon's focus on "automated consumption" is not fully appreciated by investors and forecasts it will become a part of the company's share gain story.

Jim Cramer -- Amazon, Alcoa Are Exciting the Analysts

Analysts see profit from Amazon's potential growth and Alcoa's coming split, Cramer says.

What's Your Best Buy Strategy? Sell It Now

The charts show it's time to take profits and run before the big box electronics store reports earnings.

Valeant, Apple and Starbucks: Doug Kass' Views

Doug Kass shares his thoughts on Valeant and how fixed income is not a place you want to be.

CSCO, LOW, AMZN: Jim Cramer's Views

Jim Cramer shares his views on two tech companies that get it and discusses the only hope the bulls have. Cisco, Lowe's and Amazon are among the stocks discussed here.

Inflation's Needle; Sweet, Sweet Clarity for Retail: Jim Cramer’s Best Blogs

Jim Cramer talks about how the people starting to panic over inflation talk and how retail is finally starting to figure out what works and what doesn't.

Twitter's Not Repricing Stock Options Without Approval -- Tech Roundup

Twitter won't reprice its stock options without shareholder approval, while Facebook faces a lawsuit over its private messaging scanning.