Amazon.com

NASDAQ: AMZN
$3,161.02
-$1.22 (0.0%)
Closing price August 13, 2020
After two very high-profile stock splits, the time is ripe for many other well-known, actively traded stocks to announce stock splits. We have some ideas who might be next.
Tesla's announced five-for-one stock split, combined with an earlier four-for-one split at Apple, may persuade a few of the other high-flying tech stocks to make a similar move.
China blocking iPhone sales there would be the most visible way to attack the United States for its bans of Huawei and TikTok. Much of Apple's sales comes from what it calls Greater China.
Three U.S. Senators have proposed a one-time tax on a handful of billionaires whose wealth greatly increased during the pandemic, including Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk. The money would help fund...
24/7 Wall St. has tracked a significant wave of insiders selling $1 million or more in stock in the final days of July and the start of August.
The board that oversees Amazon is small for a huge corporation. However, each member apparently has been chosen for a specific background in governance and business development.
Lord & Tayor and Tailored Brands just filed for bankruptcy, adding two to the number of traditional retailers that could not make it financially this year.
24/7 Wall St. has tracked 10 earnings reports from the last week of July in which the earnings news was very positive and the stock price surged alongside the report.
Friday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Alexion Pharmaceuticals, Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Alphabet, Amazon.com, Apple, Baidu, Comcast, Electronic Arts, Ford and Facebook.
The earnings of two of the most dominant tech companies in America showed that the middle class has money to spare, even when tens of millions of Americans are out of work. Big tech has not merely...
After markets closed on Thursday, e-commerce giant Amazon reported second-quarter earnings per share of $10.30 and $88.91 billion in revenue. The consensus estimates called for $1.46 in EPS and...
Jefferies analysts have named 10 companies they think have a solid chance of posting second-quarter results that exceed current Wall Street consensus estimates.
It is without question that the COVID-19 pandemic delivered a deep recession to America and the rest of the world in 2020. It is also without question that some companies are navigating the...
24/7 Wall St. has put together a preview of some of the larger tech companies that are about to report their quarterly results, including Alphabet, Amazon and Facebook.
Ascena Retail went under financially and took with it 20,000 jobs. Did Amazon.com cause this or did the pandemic?