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Why Is Amazon Cutting Prices Up to 75%

Retailers have to move inventory at a good clip in order not to get stuck with a bunch of stuff they can't sell because it has passed its sell-by date ...
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Analyst Lauds 3 Cheaper Tech Stocks That Posted Outstanding Earnings

While technology remains a favorite sector on Wall Street for 2016, many companies posted less than thrilling first quarter numbers. Clearly the two big winners were Facebook Inc. (NASDAQ: FB) ...
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Best Buy Needs to Close 200 Stores

In 2012, Best Buy Co. Inc. (NYSE: BBY) posted sales of $50 billion and a net income of over $2.2 billion. Those numbers have dwindled to slightly under $40 billion ...
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Why Alphabet May Beat Amazon in the Race to a $1,000 Stock

Investors have loved the greatest growth stories in America since the dawn of the modern era. So what if these great growth companies are impossible for shareholders to make many waves ...
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How Amazon Business Marketplace Could Add $50 to $100 Billion in Value

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has made a huge splash in the markets so far in 2016 as a major disrupter in the retail industry. The stock’s performance might not currently ...
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Amazon Tries to Lure Father’s Day Shoppers With Low-Price Deals

It may be a case of loss leaders used as means to lure customers. Or they goods that are cheap to buy in bulk and therefore can be marked up sharply. ...
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Why NRA TV Is on Apple TV

Apple Inc. (NASDAQ: AAPL) is in a battle for market share as Apple TV continues to go up against offerings from Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ: NFLX). ...
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Could Amazon’s Move in Manhattan Signal a Fundamental Change?

Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has made subtle changes in its delivery business model, but the change announced Tuesday could be a real fundamental shift. The company announced that its Amazon Prime members ...
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5 Major Retailers That Crushed Shareholders Last Week

Retail stocks took a serious dive this past week as many retailers reported weak earnings and sales trends. Some of these companies blamed the weather, weak comparable sales, guidance or even the rise ...
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Can Amazon’s Market Value Hit Half A Trillion Dollars?

At least one Wall St. analyst believes the value of Amazon's (NASDAQ: AMZN) share prices will reach $1,000, up from $709. Its market value is currently $335 billion. Is half ...
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How Nordstrom Can Stop the Bleeding

The past week has not been kind to retail stocks. A seemingly endless parade of missed expectations was capped off after the market closed Thursday when Nordstrom Inc. (NYSE: JWN) ...
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Wal-Mart Free 2-Day Shipping Takes on Amazon Prime

In what the company probably hopes is one of those "better late than never" moves, Wal-Mart Stores Inc. (NYSE: WMT) has kicked off a $49 per year subscription plan offering ...
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4 Large Cap Growth Stocks to Buy With Incredible 10-Year Track Records

If there is one thing that investors look for in growth stocks it is consistency. Companies that can continue to put out solid metrics over long periods make good additions ...
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Companies With the Best (and Worst) Reputations

Automaker Volkswagen now has the worst reputation of any major company in the United States. E-retailer Amazon.com has the best reputation, and Apple moved into second place, beating rival Samsung, ...
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Why a $1,000 Amazon Analyst Stock Target Drove All-Time Highs

The rise of Amazon.com Inc. (NASDAQ: AMZN) has been an incredible journey. Jeff Bezos and his team have disrupted more retail and consumer segments than anyone could have imagined, and ...
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