Amazon.com Inc

AMZN

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Identification

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Ticker
AMZN
CIK0001018724
SIC5961
SectorServices
Industry CategoryRetail
Industry GroupCatalog & Mail Order Houses

Contact

Address410 TERRY AVENUE NORTH, SEATTLE, WA 98109
Website amazon.com
Phone2062661000
CEOAndrew R. Jassy
Employees1,608,000

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Standardized Financials

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Income Statement
Revenue$485.90 billion
Pre-Tax Income$11.33 billion
Net Income$11.61 billion
Net Income to Common$11.61 billion
EPS$1.14
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Balance Sheet
Cash$37.48 billion
Assets$419.73 billion
Liabilities$288.33 billion
Common Equity$131.40 billion
Liabilities & Equity$419.73 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
Calculations
NOPAT$15.69 billion
EBITDA$50.18 billion
Price to Earnings$89.63
Price to Book$7.92
ROE9.43%
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Latest News

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Amazon to Sell Bay Area Office Complex as Sales Growth Cools

(Bloomberg) -- Amazon.com Inc. is selling a vacant Bay Area office complex purchased about 16 months ago, the company’s latest effort to unwind a pandemic-era expansion that left it with a surfeit of warehouses and employees.Most Read from BloombergAdani Rout Crosses $51 Billion as Stocks Plunge by Daily LimitsPutin Plans New Ukraine Push Despite Losses as He Prepares for Years of WarWe Asked ChatGPT to Make a Market-Beating ETF. Here’s What HappenedHindenburg vs Adani: The Short Seller Taking O

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Amazon’s Moonshot Chief Lands at Seattle Venture Firm Madrona

(Bloomberg) -- Seattle’s largest venture capital firm has hired its second former Amazon.com Inc. executive in four months, deepening its ties with the e-commerce giant. Most Read from BloombergAdani Rout Crosses $51 Billion as Stocks Plunge by Daily LimitsPutin Plans New Ukraine Push Despite Losses as He Prepares for Years of WarWe Asked ChatGPT to Make a Market-Beating ETF. Here’s What HappenedHindenburg vs Adani: The Short Seller Taking On Asia’s Richest PersonNYSE Mayhem Traced to a Staffer

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Best Stock to Buy: Amazon Stock vs. Alphabet Stock

Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) and Alphabet (NASDAQ: GOOG) (NASDAQ: GOOGL) are dominant in their respective fields. Unsurprisingly, investors are curious about which of these incredible growth stocks is better.

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Amazon Takes On Mark Cuban's Cost Plus Drug Co. With Subscription Plan As Giants Look To Disrupt $365 Billion Prescription Drug Market

The U.S. healthcare system has long been criticized for its endless inefficiencies and rising costs. Endless horror stories have come out in recent years about people being saddled with six-figure debt from medical operations or dying because they couldn’t afford the life-saving medications they needed. Insurance companies often artificially inflate prices so they can charge hefty copays that can cost more money than the actual value of the prescription. With various predatory pricing tactics an

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Walmart Dedicates $2.5B To Tap India's Budding E-Commerce And Payments Market: Report

Walmart Inc (NYSE: WMT) reportedly earmarked over $2.5 billion in India as the retailer doubled down on the opportunities to tap India's e-commerce and payments markets amid macro headwinds. In January, Walmart spent about $780 million in taxes after PhonePe, in which the retailer owns a majority stake, moved its domicile to India from Singapore, TechCrunch reports. Walmart looks to invest $200 million - $300 million in PhonePe's ongoing funding round. Also Read: Competition Intensifies For Indi

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