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Overview, Inc. engages in the retail sale of consumer products and subscriptions in North America and internationally. It operates through the North America, International, and Amazon Web Services (AWS) segments. The company sells merchandise and content purchased for resale from vendors, as well as those offered by third-party sellers through retail Websites, such as,,,,,,,,,,,,, and It also manufactures and sells electronic devices, including kindle e-readers, fire tablets, fire TVs, and echo; and provides Kindle Direct Publishing, an online service that allows independent authors and publishers to make their books available in the Kindle Store. In addition, the company offers programs that enable sellers to sell their products on its Websites, as well as their own branded Websites; and programs that allow authors, musicians, filmmakers, app developers, and others to publish and sell content. Further, it provides compute, storage, database, and other AWS services, as well as fulfillment, publishing, digital content subscriptions, advertising, and co-branded credit card agreements services. Additionally, the company offers Amazon Prime, an annual membership program, which provides free shipping of various items; access to unlimited streaming of movies and TV episodes; and other services. It serves consumers, sellers, developers, enterprises, and content creators. The company was founded in 1994 and is headquartered in Seattle, Washington.


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Industry CategoryRetail
Industry GroupCatalog & Mail Order Houses


CEOJeffrey P. Bezos

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Income Statement
Revenue$252.06 billion
Pre-Tax Income$14.03 billion
Net Income$12.10 billion
Net Income to Common$12.10 billion
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Balance Sheet
Cash$22.62 billion
Assets$191.35 billion
Liabilities$138.29 billion
Common Equity$53.06 billion
Liabilities & Equity$191.35 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
Net Income$12.10 billion
Cash From Operating Activities$36.03 billion
Cash From Investing Activities$-24.82 billion
Cash From Financing Activities$-8.66 billion
Change in Cash$2.43 billion
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NOPAT$12.95 billion
EBITDA$32.96 billion
Price to Earnings$72.02
Price to Book$16.42
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A Test of Walmart’s Momentum

(Bloomberg Opinion) -- And now for a major test of the well-oiled retailing machine that is Walmart Inc.The big-box giant announced Thursday evening that Greg Foran, the CEO of its U.S. division — which makes up the bulk of its sales and operating income — is leaving to become CEO at Air New Zealand Ltd.He will be replaced by John Furner, who has led the company’s Sam’s Club division since 2017. Furner has been a capable steward of Sam’s, a retailer with $58 billion in annual revenue that would be among the nation’s 10 largest if it were a standalone chain.But the departure of Foran, whose new job will take the native New Zealander back home, marks the loss of a key architect of Walmart’s turnaround. The big-box chain has delivered several years of remarkably steady comparable sales growth, sending its shares to all-time highs.Much of the credit for this run of strong performance has gone to CEO Doug McMillon, who has made tough decisions to close hundreds of stores, plowed money into its e-commerce business and made a big bet on Walmart’s future with a large investment in India’s Flipkart. Marc Lore, the head of the U.S. e-commerce business, also garners praise for helping Walmart draw up a more effective digital playbook that is helping it compete with Inc.But Foran should not be left out of this Walmart success story. Despite all the attention lavished on its e-commerce efforts, physical stores are still the beating heart of Walmart’s business. Foran managed critical improvements in this area, including fixing in-stock levels, ensuring produce was fresh and improving customer service.Plus, much of Walmart’s e-commerce innovation and growth relies heavily on its stores. Online grocery pickup, in particular — a fast-growing service that differentiates it from Amazon — relies heavily on the brick-and-mortar outposts; that is where those orders are picked, packed and retrieved by customers. If Foran didn’t have those locations running efficiently, and if he hadn’t made such noticeable improvements to its offerings of fresh food, this service wouldn’t have gained nearly as much traction.It may turn out Walmart can keep up the momentum without Foran. Furner is basically a Walmart lifer — he started at the company as a part-time store worker in 1993 — so he’s deeply familiar with the company and his fellow C-suite executives. Also, Vox had recently reported on tensions between Foran and Lore, so perhaps Foran’s exit will have the benefit of leading to more collaboration and cooperation.But Foran has been an important force in the revitalization of Walmart. The retailer will have to be diligent to make sure it doesn’t squander his progress. To contact the author of this story: Sarah Halzack at shalzack@bloomberg.netTo contact the editor responsible for this story: Michael Newman at mnewman43@bloomberg.netThis column does not necessarily reflect the opinion of the editorial board or Bloomberg LP and its owners.Sarah Halzack is a Bloomberg Opinion columnist covering the consumer and retail industries. She was previously a national retail reporter for the Washington Post.For more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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Protesters Parade Police Hostages and Demand IMF Leave Ecuador

(Bloomberg) -- A throng of indigenous Ecuadorian protesters grabbed six policemen off the streets in central Quito on Thursday to cries of “murderers, murderers,” hours before seizing more than two dozen reporters who came to cover the event.The policemen had their motorcycles seized before being hustled to the stage of a theater to the delight of thousands of anti-government protesters resisting an International Monetary Fund-backed austerity drive by President Lenin Moreno. They were stripped of their vests and equipment as people jeered and chanted “Moreno out.”The protesters also detained 27 journalists, and one television reporter suffered a head wound, according to Fundamedios, a media advocacy organization. A Bloomberg News reporter was threatened, though managed to leave unhindered.The anti-government demonstrations are being led by indigenous communities, mostly from the Andean and Amazon regions. They initially demanded a restoration of canceled fuel subsidies, then that Moreno leave office and, on Thursday, their umbrella group issued a statement saying the protests won’t stop until the IMF leaves Ecuador.On Thursday morning, the crowd included a shaman in traditional dress with a head-high spear and an iPhone. He held an early morning ceremony to summon spirits on behalf of the people, who said officers had killed four indigenous protesters. Demonstration organizers said they would bring a corpse to the theater.The chaotic scene points to how combustible the situation has become a week after Moreno ended the fuel subsidies, which had been in place for the better part of four decades, as part of an agreement with the IMF to narrow a budget deficit.Moreno fled to the coastal city of Guayaquil and has vowed to return, and not to give in to demands to roll back the gasoline measures. Instead, he is calling for dialogue to reach an agreement. His foreign affairs minister said in a Wednesday interview that the government has money set aside for indigenous people, who are often poor and historically discriminated against.The crisis marks a turning point for Moreno. The president, who was expected to lead as a Venezuelan-style leftist, has instead pushed economic and political reform and tried to restore an independent press and judiciary -- an about face from his predecessor. He championed term limits for elected officials and helped judicial reformers replace a constitutional court so discredited that several members were under suspicion of money laundering.Moreno also remade economic policy, which led to a fall in yields on Ecuadorian bonds and a $4.2 billion agreement with the IMF to restore dollar reserves and stabilize public debt -- in part by removing the fuel subsidy.Ecuador’s bonds issued just two weeks ago have fallen 6 cents this week to 97 cents on the dollar to yield 9.9%.This week, protesters have occupied government buildings and oil fields as security forces struggle to enforce a state of emergency. Video on social media has shown police beating residents. The office of public ombudsman Freddy Carrion said that five people have died since the beginning of the protests.Large parts of the Andes region are cut off by roadblocks along mountain highways. The Ecuador Red Cross said Wednesday that it would suspend services in the country after repeated attacks on its staff and ambulances.In Quito on Thursday, the indigenous organizations met at the Agora Casa de la Cultura, part of a complex that includes the national museum and cinema.The theater, capacity of about 2,000, was filled and there were many more people in the parks and streets outside, where tires were burning. Some were in traditional dress, with pork-pie hats and ponchos, and a few were masked and wearing helmets in preparation for clashes. Down the street, police massed behind barricades.Tension between younger protesters and older organizers was palpable.Carrion said on Twitter that he would that would visit the theater to ensure the captured officers were well treated.Indigenous leader Floresmilo Simbana said in an interview at the entrance of the Agora that restoring the fuel subsidies was a mandatory first step toward ending the crisis, but the government’s current offer to aid rural communities was insufficient.“That’s public policy. We shouldn’t even have to be discussing it,” he said.To contact the reporters on this story: Matthew Bristow in Bogota at;Stephan Kueffner in Quito at skueffner1@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Juan Pablo Spinetto at, Daniel Cancel, Stephen MerelmanFor more articles like this, please visit us at©2019 Bloomberg L.P.

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Health care needs reform, but its biggest issue is cost: Experts

Health care is lagging other sectors in reform and adoption of technology, but the biggest issue confronting the system is affordability, industry executives said on Thursday.

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Article Link to Webcast Third Quarter 2019 Financial Results Conference Call, Inc. announced today that it will hold a conference call to discuss its third quarter 2019 financial results on October 24, 2019 at 2:30 p.m. PT/5:30 p.m.

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