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Shares of the e-commerce superstar are tanking following a third-quarter earnings announcement that included lowered expectations for the holiday season. Here's why this is a great opportunity to grab shares.
TheStreet talks to representatives from the exchanges to explore what they are doing to entice companies, especially ahead of a number of big potential tech listings.
Stock trading is choppy on Friday afternoon after federal investigators reopen a case into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's email server.
Amazon shares fell sharply on Friday, but the market may be overreacting to its shortfall.
Former Yahoo CEO Ross Levinsohn told CNBC that he thinks Amazon.com (AMZN) is going to own sectors and is well-positioned for the future.
RBC Capital Markets lead tech analyst Mark Mahaney notes three investments Amazon.com (AMZN) is making which will propel it forward.
Reports like these are largely overshadowed by those of more popular names.
Amazon.com (AMZN) reported an earnings miss and a revenue beat for the 2016 third quarter on Thursday.
Don't fret Amazon's most recent quarter because the e-commerce giant is simply allocating capital as it always does, says Jim Cramer.
Amazon faces many competitors for its online and cloud services businesses, says Charlie O'Shea, an analyst at Moody's.
Stocks fluctuate on Friday morning after third-quarter growth in the U.S. economy picks up speed.
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Amazon faces challenges ahead as it will need to spend more to fend off competition on two fronts, says a Moody's analyst.
Amazon.com (AMZN) acts as a private company with a stock, Jim Cramer says.
Amazon.com (AMZN) rolled out its Amazon Prime service in China on Friday for a promotional price of 188 yuan per year, or $28.
Piper Jaffray senior research analyst Gene Munster says despite Amazon.com's (AMZN) weaker-than-expected 2016 third-quarter results, the stock will bounce back.
Its spending should strengthen the bull case on the company.
Stock futures move higher on Friday morning after third-quarter growth in the U.S. economy picks up speed and Alphabet posts better-than-expected earnings.
Amazon's revenue guidance disappoints shareholders, while General Electric is reportedly is partnership talks with Baker Hughes.
Bed Bath & Beyond is quite unpopular, but the stock is incredibly cheap.
Word of increased manufacturing activity from the KC Fed is encouraging, as are many earnings reports to this point.
The aggressive selling into strength from yesterday was particularly disappointing.
Amazon issued earnings and a forecast that didn't match what investors were thinking.
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Jim Cramer says results can look better when you're expecting the worst.
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Amazon (AMZN) reported an earnings miss and revenue beat for the 2016 third quarter after Thursday's closing bell.