Amazon.com

NASDAQ: AMZN
$3,425.52
+$9.52 (+0.3%)
Closing price September 24, 2021
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The voting on union representation for an Amazon warehouse in Alabama ended Monday and vote counting begins today. The winner may not be known until next week, or even later depending on potential...
Amazon saw its short interest jump by the most recent settlement date. The number of its shares short has been building up since late November, and short sellers have added nearly 50% to their...
The NFL has signed new deals worth $110 billion over 11 years for broadcast and streaming rights to the league's games.
Amazon on Wednesday announced an expansion of its health care service to all employers in Washington state. The announcement took a bite out of some competing health care stocks.
Wednesday's top analyst upgrades and downgrades included Amazon.com, Charter Communications, Hershey, McDonald's, Plug Power, Seagate Technology, Starbucks and Virgin Galactic.
The more than 4 million Amazon shares short as of the most recent settlement date were almost 14% more than the figure two weeks earlier, as well as the greatest number in almost a year.
The nearly 3.80 million Amazon shares short as of the most recent settlement date were over 12% more than the figure on the previous settlement date, as well as the greatest number since last July.
The 3.3 million Amazon shares short at the end of January were less than 6% more than the figure on the previous settlement date but the greatest number since last July.
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Amazon released fourth-quarter financial results after markets closed Tuesday.
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Workers at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama will begin voting next month on union representation. Amazon is fighting back hard.