Amazon is blocking ads which unprofitable products

By william 0 Comment March 21, 2019

Amazon is blocking ads which unprofitable products In recent months, Amazon has been telling more vendors, or brand owners who sell their goods wholesale, that if Amazon can’t sell those products to consumers at a profit, it won’t let them pay to promote the items. For example, if a $2 water bottle costs Amazon that […]

Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket 2019 March

By william 0 Comment March 12, 2019

  Stocks making the biggest moves in the premarket 2019 March   Dick’s Sporting Goods — The sporting goods retailer earned an adjusted $1.07 per share for its latest quarter, beating the consensus estimate of $1.06 a share. Revenue also came in above Wall Street forecasts, but Dick’s gave a weaker-than-expected full-year earnings outlook. Coca-Cola […]

City of Cleveland releases Amazon bid proposal

By william 0 Comment March 10, 2019

  CLEVELAND– The City of Cleveland has finally released its proposal that tried to get online giant Amazon to put its second headquarters here. The documents show the city was basically ready to reshape itself and to offer huge incentives to get Amazon to come to town. A small portion of the bid, focusing on […]

Amazon said would require $5 billion in construction and other investments in New York

By william 0 Comment November 14, 2018

Amazon said would require $5 billion in construction and other investments in New York The deal for the Queens development, in Long Island City, was announced on Tuesday, after Amazon concluded a 14-month, countrywide search for a location for a second headquarters for some 50,000 well-paid tech workers. The company, which ended up picking two […]

This isn’t the first time Amazon crack down on third-party sellers.

By william 0 Comment November 12, 2018

Amazon will sell and ship Apple products, which it will get directly from Apple. It will also list products from some approved Apple resellers. Sellers found out about the change Friday morning in a letter from Amazon, obtained by CNN Business. They have until January 4, 2019 to sell their existing products before Amazon removes […]

The contrast for google home hub with Amazon Echo Show

By william 0 Comment October 22, 2018

Some specs from another reputable site that appear to have been omitted here: SCREEN 1024×600 7″ LCD (169.5ppi) OS Cast platform with Google Smart Display software CPU AMLogic S905D2 (Four Cortex A53 cores) NETWORKING 802.11b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth 5.0 PORTS Dc power, Micro USB SIZE 67.3 x 178.5 x 118 mm (2.65 x 7.02 x 4.65 in) WEIGHT […]

Potentially illegal anti-union behavior about Amazon

By william 0 Comment October 18, 2018

  Amazon said in a statement that their existing labor arrangement provided “the most effective way to understand and respond to the needs of our workforce.” I’m guessing that Bernie and Liz haven’t probably contemplated the real reason Amazon did what it did with raises. It had nothing to do with its employees and everything […]

Medium has a paywall?

By william 0 Comment October 18, 2018

One day later, on Tuesday, an Amazon employee explained exactly why those decisions might be unpopular. In a public letter posted to Medium, an anonymous worker at the company outlined concerns about Amazon’s facial recognition tool, Rekognition. The product has been under fire since May, when the ACLU revealed that the company was offering it […]

It’s Amazon’s world. We just live in it.

By william 0 Comment October 16, 2018

Amazon.com isn’t America’s biggest company. By market cap, it trails Apple. Measured by number of employees, it’s behind Walmart. By revenues, it’s a distant eighth on the Fortune 500 list. But measured by importance to modern life and ability to shape the American economy in its own image, Amazon is second to none. Part of […]

Amazon defeated comparison shopping

By william 0 Comment October 10, 2018

  The rise of online shopping is making bargain hunting something of a fool’s errand. As more shoppers move online, the competition they are fueling between e-retailers like Amazon and traditional retailers like Walmartand Target is causing prices to become more uniform, according a new working paper distributed this week by the National Bureau of […]