What Amazon did this week

What Amazon did this week

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#WADTW is the regular post, which looks at all about Amazon's favorite topic from different angles. These include certain steps, acquisitions, side activities, new patents, partnerships, and more in the last seven days [#WADTW ARCHIVE], The goal? Be your one stop shop on Amazon every Sunday, The archive is here, but if I missed something, let me know, send me an e-mail or send me a message via Twitter,

NUTSHELL: Alexa's Fourth Birthday Party (Tuesday) will be broadcast by HQ2 & # 39; Advanced Talks & # 39; Stories overlaid, the new abuses for face recognition software in Orlando, a new tax in the UK and a number of other tech companies with soft Q4 guidance stories added to Apple to form the gray cloud. Equities were hit this week following weak third-quarter and fourth-quarter warnings, although most are fairly confident about their + 42% rise since the start of the year (both the S & P 500 and the growth of the Nasdaq Composite Index together). You could say it's a good time to buy Amazon shares. At the moment it looks stupid to bet against Amazon. Other stories focused on Amazon losing $ 250 billion last month. Amazon will be offering a lot of its own technology on Black Friday, so expect good numbers, if not profits.

RETAIL (.com, Ads, Prime, Books, GO, Whole Foods)

Amazon announced in Beaumont its 14th fulfillment center for the domestic. /// Amazon began ripping off its Black Friday stores to various outlets. /// Prime Wardrobe launched in the UK. /// HQ2 is named after Bezos & # 39; intuition & # 39; decided. /// Amazon lets you choose which day your package arrives. /// The second Amazon 4-star store was opened in Colorado. /// Data came out showing that Amazon had banned +5,700 appraisers in the last two years. /// Amazon falls short of Casper with its own mattress company. /// Amazon is battling lucrative Brazil due to the tax system and other boot-up issues. /// Amazon has introduced more private labels for home decor. ///

CONTENTS (Prime Video, Music, Audible, TWITCH, Goodreads, Ads …)

Amazon will no longer publish Washington Post stories for Amazon customers. /// Barry Jenkins Pastel has signed a contract with Amazon Studios. /// Amazon has made a terrible Christmas ad. /// Amazon is preparing for that, which is certainly one exciting Steven Gerrard documentary. /// Amazon increased its advertising revenues by 222% in the third quarter. /// Twitch creates a karaoke game. ///

TECH (Alexa, Echo, Dash, AWS, Kindle …)

Alexa will notify you when your favorite artist releases music. /// Echo devices tell you where to vote and give real-time election results. /// Amazon debuted with Alexa Presentation Language in Public Beta, a suite of developer tools that let you visually create rich abilities for devices like Echo Show, Fire TV, and Echo Spot. /// Recognition Face Recognition is still in use despite the expiration of the original Orlando contract – there are no laws that govern the guide. /// Fire TV increased its share of television hours from 3% to 18% last year. ///

MISCELLANEOUS (business, pharmaceutical, aerospace …)

Amazon has been in advanced discussions with Virginia for the HQ2 site. /// Amazon launched its childhood program "Amazon Future Engineer" to inspire and empower disadvantaged youth to build careers in computer science. /// Amazon announced that it has now donated $ 100 million to charity through Amazon Smiles (5 years …). /// A building in Amazon collapsed in Baltimore and killed at least one person. /// Six months old or not, Amazon sent a message telling employees not to talk about Trump when told by reporters. /// Icici Bank has released a co-branded credit card with Amazon. /// AmEx, Amazon and Barbara Corcoran have teamed up to help SMEs with a new credit card (hold your laughs). /// The ASA found Amazon's children's headphone ads to be misleading. /// Amazon joined other tech giants against Trump's transgender policy. /// Amazon Flex drivers will miss minimum wage changes. /// Amazon offers a Western Union option for cross-border shopping. /// Amazon Canada has 50-day promotions before Black Friday. /// The UK will tax Internet companies like Amazon from April 2020 with 2% of their sales, but no one knows exactly how that will work. /// The CEO of Whole Foods called for "conscious capitalism", which is a bit of a wink in view of the fact that WF owns Amazon. ///

INTERESTING MORSELS:

Fifty percent of US citizens either do not care or are very willing to share their genomic data with Amazon , [BI]

Why Amazon's future depends on switching from online to offline , [The Verge]

Amazon's private labels … does anyone win? [FashionUnited]

Amazon is the second most trusted "institution" of the United States. [FashionUnited]

Amazon and Google spend more than $ 5 on every $ 1 spent by Chinese companies. [WSJ]

Fashion Curve Pages / Services experts beat Amazon. [CNBC]

Although a lot of PR has recently been discontinued, Amazon is actually hiring fewer vacationers. [QZ]

CURRENT STATISTICS

/// Amazon user: + 310m [Amazon]

/// Main user: + 100m [Bezos/Forbes]

/// Latest revenue: NSales of $ 52.9 billion, net income 2.5 billion dollars [AlphaStreet]

USEFULL LINKS

List of Amazon brands

Amazon Wikipedia page

Amazon Company Blog

Amazon AWS blog

Amazon Investor Relations

Amazon Press Releases

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#WADTW is the regular post, which looks at all about Amazon's favorite topic from different angles. These include certain steps, acquisitions, side activities, new patents, partnerships, and more in the last seven days [#WADTW ARCHIVE], The goal? Be your one stop shop on Amazon every Sunday, The archive is here, but if I missed something, let me know, send me an e-mail or send me a message via Twitter,

NUTSHELL: Alexa's Fourth Birthday Party (Tuesday) will be broadcast by HQ2 & # 39; Advanced Talks & # 39; Stories overlaid, the new abuses for face recognition software in Orlando, a new tax in the UK and a number of other tech companies with soft Q4 guidance stories added to Apple to form the gray cloud. Equities were hit this week following weak third-quarter and fourth-quarter warnings, although most are fairly confident about their + 42% rise since the start of the year (both the S & P 500 and the growth of the Nasdaq Composite Index together). You could say it's a good time to buy Amazon shares. At the moment it looks stupid to bet against Amazon. Other stories focused on Amazon losing $ 250 billion last month. Amazon will be offering a lot of its own technology on Black Friday, so expect good numbers, if not profits.

RETAIL (.com, Ads, Prime, Books, GO, Whole Foods)

Amazon announced in Beaumont its 14th fulfillment center for the domestic. /// Amazon began ripping off its Black Friday stores to various outlets. /// Prime Wardrobe launched in the UK. /// HQ2 is named after Bezos & # 39; intuition & # 39; decided. /// Amazon lets you choose which day your package arrives. /// The second Amazon 4-star store was opened in Colorado. /// Data came out showing that Amazon had banned +5,700 appraisers in the last two years. /// Amazon falls short of Casper with its own mattress company. /// Amazon is battling lucrative Brazil due to the tax system and other boot-up issues. /// Amazon has introduced more private labels for home decor. ///

CONTENTS (Prime Video, Music, Audible, TWITCH, Goodreads, Ads …)

Amazon will no longer publish Washington Post stories for Amazon customers. /// Barry Jenkins Pastel has signed a contract with Amazon Studios. /// Amazon has made a terrible Christmas ad. /// Amazon is preparing for that, which is certainly one exciting Steven Gerrard documentary. /// Amazon increased its advertising revenues by 222% in the third quarter. /// Twitch creates a karaoke game. ///

TECH (Alexa, Echo, Dash, AWS, Kindle …)

Alexa will notify you when your favorite artist releases music. /// Echo devices tell you where to vote and give real-time election results. /// Amazon debuted with Alexa Presentation Language in Public Beta, a suite of developer tools that let you visually create rich abilities for devices like Echo Show, Fire TV, and Echo Spot. /// Recognition Face Recognition is still in use despite the expiration of the original Orlando contract – there are no laws that govern the guide. /// Fire TV increased its share of television hours from 3% to 18% last year. ///

MISCELLANEOUS (business, pharmaceutical, aerospace …)

Amazon has been in advanced discussions with Virginia for the HQ2 site. /// Amazon launched its childhood program "Amazon Future Engineer" to inspire and empower disadvantaged youth to build careers in computer science. /// Amazon announced that it has now donated $ 100 million to charity through Amazon Smiles (5 years …). /// A building in Amazon collapsed in Baltimore and killed at least one person. /// Six months old or not, Amazon sent a message telling employees not to talk about Trump when told by reporters. /// Icici Bank has released a co-branded credit card with Amazon. /// AmEx, Amazon and Barbara Corcoran have teamed up to help SMEs with a new credit card (hold your laughs). /// The ASA found Amazon's children's headphone ads to be misleading. /// Amazon joined other tech giants against Trump's transgender policy. /// Amazon Flex drivers will miss minimum wage changes. /// Amazon offers a Western Union option for cross-border shopping. /// Amazon Canada has 50-day promotions before Black Friday. /// The UK will tax Internet companies like Amazon from April 2020 with 2% of their sales, but no one knows exactly how that will work. /// The CEO of Whole Foods called for "conscious capitalism", which is a bit of a wink in view of the fact that WF owns Amazon. ///

INTERESTING MORSELS:

Fifty percent of US citizens either do not care or are very willing to share their genomic data with Amazon , [BI]

Why Amazon's future depends on switching from online to offline , [The Verge]

Amazon's private labels … does anyone win? [FashionUnited]

Amazon is the second most trusted "institution" of the United States. [FashionUnited]

Amazon and Google spend more than $ 5 on every $ 1 spent by Chinese companies. [WSJ]

Fashion Curve Pages / Services experts beat Amazon. [CNBC]

Although a lot of PR has recently been discontinued, Amazon is actually hiring fewer vacationers. [QZ]

CURRENT STATISTICS

/// Amazon user: + 310m [Amazon]

/// Main user: + 100m [Bezos/Forbes]

/// Latest revenue: NA turnover of 52.9 billion US dollars 2.5 billion dollars [AlphaStreet]

USEFULL LINKS

List of Amazon brands

Amazon Wikipedia page

Amazon Company Blog

Amazon AWS blog

Amazon Investor Relations

Amazon Press Releases

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