Amazon.com Inc

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Overview

Amazon.com, 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 amazon.com, amazon.ca, amazon.com.mx, amazon.com.au, amazon.com.br, amazon.cn, amazon.fr, amazon.de, amazon.in, amazon.it, amazon.co.jp, amazon.nl, amazon.es, and amazon.co.uk. 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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Ticker
AMZN
CIK0001018724
SIC5961
SectorServices
Industry CategoryRetail
Industry GroupCatalog & Mail Order Houses

Contact

Address410 TERRY AVENUE NORTH, SEATTLE, WA 98109
Website www.amazon.com
Phone2062661000
CEOJeffrey P. Bezos
Employees647,500

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Income Statement
Revenue$386.06 billion
Pre-Tax Income$24.18 billion
Net Income$21.33 billion
Net Income to Common$21.33 billion
EPS$41.83
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Balance Sheet
Cash$42.12 billion
Assets$321.20 billion
Liabilities$227.79 billion
Common Equity$93.40 billion
Liabilities & Equity$321.20 billion
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Cash Flow Statement
Net Income$21.33 billion
Cash From Operating Activities$66.06 billion
Cash From Investing Activities$-59.61 billion
Cash From Financing Activities$-1.10 billion
Change in Cash$5.97 billion
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Calculations
NOPAT$20.19 billion
EBITDA$50.52 billion
Price to Earnings$79.12
Price to Book$18.07
ROE27.44%
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Latest News

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US satellite company Dish taps Amazon for 5G launch

Dish Network has become the first telecoms company in the world to opt to run its entire network from the public cloud after striking a deal with Amazon to use its servers to control its new 5G network. Dish, the satellite television company run by billionaire Charlie Ergen, will launch its 5G network in Las Vegas in the third quarter. It will run on AWS in what will be a landmark moment for the telecoms industry.

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Why Clean Energy Fuels Stock Dropped 22.1% Today

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Will Big-Tech Drive Indices to Record Highs in Q2?

The last year has been a volatile one for investors to say the least. Several indices fell off a cliff in March 2020 as the COVID-19 pandemic resulted in economic shutdowns, rising unemployment rates, and lower consumer spending. Several sectors including retail, energy, hospitality, airline, and restaurants were decimated. However, the pandemic also acted as a tailwind for companies in the technology sector as the demand for e-commerce, cloud computing, social media, and gaming soared. Trillion-dollar giant stocks including Apple Inc (NASDAQ: AAPL), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ: MSFT), Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ: AMZN), and Alphabet Inc. (NASDAQ: GOOGL) gained solid momentum in 2020 and pushed the S&P 500 to record highs. While the markets continue to remain volatile in 2021 due to concerns surrounding valuation, multiple COVID-19 strains, and rising interest rates, investors are also buoyed about the fast rollout of vaccinations at least in the U.S. The upcoming earnings seasons remain critical for investors. The Q1 results and specifically earnings of companies part of the high-growth tech space are expected to drive markets in 2021. After four consecutive quarters of earnings decline, the S&P 500 is forecast to report year over year earnings growth of 24.5% in the March quarter according to a FactSet report. Let’s take a look at what this earnings season has in store for big-tech companies. Apple Apple accounts for 6% of the S&P 500 and is currently valued at a market cap of $2.23 trillion. The consumer technology giant is a market leader in several verticals and has successfully created an eco-system that ensures customer loyalty and repeat purchases. It now has multiple subscription businesses that include the Apple TV+, Apple. Arcade, Apple Care, and Apple Music. It is one of the largest smartphone manufacturers and leads the high-growth wearable segment as well. Apple Services is the company’s second-largest business segment which suggests Apple is no longer dependent on hardware sales to drive top-line growth. In the March quarter, Wall Street expects Apple to report sales of $77 billion, indicating year-over-year growth of 32%. Comparatively, its earnings are forecast to rise by 53% to $0.98 in Q1. Microsoft The second-largest holding of the S&P 500, Microsoft accounts for 5.44% of the index. In the last decade, Microsoft has successfully transformed itself from a software company to one of the largest players in the cloud computing space. Microsoft Azure is in fact the second-largest public cloud platform in the world after Amazon Web Services. The company’s commercial cloud sales that include Office 365, Azure, Dynamics 365, and others accounted for close to 40% of total sales and grew by a robust 34% year over year in the last quarter. These subscription-based products will allow Microsoft to generate steady cash flows across business cycles. In the March quarter, analysts expect the company to post revenue of $41 billion which is 17.3% higher than its prior-year period. Comparatively, earnings are forecast to rise by 26.4% as well to $1.77. Amazon While Amazon is synonymous with e-commerce, it is also the largest public cloud player in the world. Further, it's the third-largest digital advertising company after Alphabet’s Google and Facebook. According to a report from eMarketer, Amazon’s market share in the digital ad space stands at 10.3%. Valued at a market cap of $1.7 trillion, Amazon accounts for 4.08% of the S&P 500. In Q4, the company’s e-commerce sales were up 40% year over year and this figure stood at 28% for 2020. International sales soared 57% indicating Amazon is gaining traction in other e-commerce markets too. The company’s e-commerce revenue accounts for approximately 33% of online retail sales in the U.S. While the online retail business is Amazon’s cash cow, its cloud segment is raking in the profits. In Q4, cloud computing revenue soared 27% reporting over $3.5 billion in operating profit. In the March quarter, analysts expect Amazon to post revenue of $104.4 billion which is 38.4% higher than its prior-year period. Comparatively, earnings are forecast to rise by 89% as well to $9.47. Alphabet The fourth-largest holding in the S&P 500 is Alphabet that accounts for 3.71% of the index. Alphabet is the parent company of Google which is the largest search engine in the world. In the June quarter of 2020, Alphabet’s revenue declined year over year for the first time ever as enterprise ad-spending was cut significantly due to the pandemic-driven recession. However, in the December quarter, ad sales roared back to life and were up 22% year over year. Google’s Cloud business grew by a stellar 47% in Q4 and is steadily gaining market share from leaders Amazon and Microsoft. In fact, Google Cloud sales have risen from $5.83 billion in 2018 to $13.06 billion in 2020. The public cloud market is valued at $236 billion giving Alphabet enough opportunities to grow its top-line in 2021 and beyond. Wall Street expects Alphabet to increase sales by 24.7% to $51.3 billion in Q1 while earnings are forecast to grow by 60% to $15.8. Facebook Facebook accounts for less than 2% of the S&P 500 and is the index’s fifth-largest holding. It is the largest social media company in the world and it drew 3.3 billion people to its platforms if you include WhatsApp and Instagram. That’s over 40% of the total world population. This allowed Facebook to increase ad-sales by 21% year over year in 2020. Right now, it is yet to monetize messaging platforms such as Messenger and WhatsApp, making it one of the top stocks in the world. In Q1, analysts expect Facebook sales to rise by 32.6% to $23.5 billion while earnings are forecast to grow by 38% to $2.36. The final takeaway The five tech behemoths mentioned above account for almost 20% of the S&P 500. While these companies have experienced an impressive rally despite the pandemic, the upcoming quarterly results and management guidance will decide the course of equity markets in 2021. See more from BenzingaClick here for options trades from BenzingaIs This the Future of Cryptocurrency Trading?Top NFT Marketplaces For 2021© 2021 Benzinga.com. Benzinga does not provide investment advice. All rights reserved.

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Why Amazon keeps failing at video games

The company is scrapping plans to develop an online multiplayer game based on The Lord of the Rings. That's the fifth major video game it has either canceled or discontinued.

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