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Amazon Go is The Physicalization of The Internet Says RBC's Mahoney
January 8, 2019
Updated 12d ago
Amazon Go got a huge vote of confidence last week from RBC Capital. RBC Capital's Lead Internet Analyst Mark Mahaney joined Cheddar to discuss what's behind the bullish sentiment.
Snap's Security Chief Fired Over Secret Relationship With Outside Consultant
Jan 2, 2018
Is Target Amazon's Next Brick & Mortar Buy?
Gene Munster, Managing Partner at Loup Ventures, discusses his prediction that Amazon will acquire Target in 2018 in an expansion of its brick and mortar business.
Jul 7, 2017
Why Kroger Will Be Able to Survive its Fight Against Amazon
Why Seeking Alpha Author Ryan Linski believes this is the right time to invest in Kroger, even though it's fighting stiff competition from Amazon.
Oct 26, 2017
Big Day of Earnings for Tech Giants
After the bell, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon, and Intel all reported earnings, and it was a good day to be a tech giant overall. Jason Abbruzzese, business reporter at Mashable, joined Cheddar to break down all the earnings and what these numbers mean for the four tech companies. Amazon beat expectations for both revenue and earnings per share. Earnings per share reported at $0.52 versus the expectation of $0.03. Revenue came in at $43.7 billion versus the estimate of $42.14 billion. The third quarter is always a spend-heavy time for the online retail giant as it preps for holiday sales, and an increased staff. Alphabet beat on earnings as well. Earnings per share came out to $9.57 versus estimates of $8.33 and revenue came in at $27.77 billion above estimates of $27.20 billion. Investors had their eyes on aggregate paid clicks, which were up 47%. This metric is big when it comes to Google because of the revenue it derives from search advertisements. Microsoft also had a successful earnings report. Earnings per share came in above estimates at $0.84 versus an estimate of $0.72, and revenue was reported as $24.5 billion versus estimates of $23.56 billion. Products and cloud services for Microsoft revenue also rose 17% in the ongoing cloud race between Microsoft and Amazon. Amazon Web Spaces had a reported revenue of $1.17 billion versus $861 million this time last year. And finally, Intel reported its earnings as well. And just like their tech neighbors on this market day, Intel beat estimates. Their reported earnings per share came in at $1.01 versus expectations of $0.80 and revenue was reported at $16.10 billion versus an expectation of $15.73 billion.