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Amazon Earnings Analysis: Bezos Runs a Charity Rather Than a Business

Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has now announced its third quarter financial results. The stock initially took it on the chin as it appears as though Jeff Bezos wants to continue running a quasi non-profit rather than a business that makes money off of its millions of customers. 425 more words


Sports Sites Rising Among Top Digital Media Properties

Digital media research firm comScore has released its ranking of the top 50 U.S. digital media properties for September, and the multi-platform list is topped by Google Inc. 380 more words


Full 360-Degree Earnings Preview for Amazon (Update)

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) is set to report its third-quarter earnings Thursday after the market closes. Thomson Reuters has consensus estimates of -$0.74 in earnings per share and $20.84 billion in revenue. 490 more words


Cowen's 4 Top Tech Stocks to Buy Before and After Earnings

With the third-quarter numbers and earnings coming in fast and furious, and guidance from the top companies out for the rest of the year and into 2015, investors are starting to get a feel for just where things might be headed. 654 more words


Target Offers Free Shipping on Almost Everything

Target Corp. (NYSE: TGT) has taken the “free shipping” trend of e-commerce to a whole new level. Between now and the end of December, it will offer “free shipping” on nearly everything it sells online. 300 more words


Will Mobile Sports Apps Team Up to Threaten Pay TV?

American football fans are nearly 13-times more likely to be users of sports app than other mobile device users. By itself that is not such a startling number, but it could spell more pressure on pay TV providers. 445 more words


Jefferies Has 5 Stocks to Buy With Big Catalysts This Week

With earnings season in full force this week, the presentation of quarterly numbers will likely drive the direction of many stocks. Despite a huge turnaround by the markets on Friday, there is still a large contingent of financial pundits that remain nervous, and volatility may remain high. 657 more words