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December 23, 2012
21:00 EDTAMZN, EBAY, SCOR'Free Shipping Day' promotion spurs late-season online spending
comScore reported holiday season retail e-commerce spending for the first 51 days of the NovemberĖDecember 2012 holiday season. For the holiday season-to-date $38.7B has been spent online, marking a 16% increase versus the corresponding days last year. The most recent week kicked off with Free Shipping Day (Monday, Dec. 17), which delivered a strong $1.01B in spending representing a 76% growth rate vs. the corresponding Monday last year, but on a par with Free Shipping Day in 2011 which occurred on Dec 15, 2011. The 5-day work week ending December 21 recorded a growth rate of 53% in spending, a notable accomplishment this late in the season.
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December 12, 2014
16:00 EDTAMZNOptions Update; December 12, 2014
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07:30 EDTAMZNAmazon forced to remove app from Google Play store, TechCrunch reports
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06:37 EDTEBAYApple online store begins accepting PayPal, Re/code reports
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06:16 EDTAMZNGlobal demand for e-paper on the decline, DigiTimes reports
Global demand for e-paper from e-book vendors is decreasing due to competition from tablets, reports DigiTimes, according to sources with Taiwan's supply chain. Due to the decline, Toshiba (TOSBF), Sony (SNE), and Panasonic (PCRFY) have withdrawn from the e-book reader market. According to the sources, Amazon is still look at growth in the China market, but the e-book reader market is not showing any signs of a rebound. Reference Link
December 11, 2014
16:01 EDTAMZNOptions Update; December 11, 2014
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05:52 EDTEBAYStocks with implied volatility above IV index mean; DG EBAY
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December 10, 2014
17:58 EDTEBAYeBay considering cutting 'thousands' of jobs next year, WSJ reports
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17:35 EDTEBAYeBay considering cutting 'thousands' of jobs next year, DJ reports
11:50 EDTEBAYeBay says no decision made on new company boards, Bloomberg reports
Bloomberg cites a comment from the company, which follows an earlier Re/code report that said eBay CEO John Donahoe could leave the parent company's board and join PayPal's board when the companies separate.
10:35 EDTEBAYeBay CEO could join PayPal's board following spinoff, Re/code reports
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09:25 EDTSCORcomScore management to meet with Oppenheimer
Meeting to be held in Kansas City on December 12 hosted by Oppenheimer.
08:17 EDTAMZNAmazon.com expected to outperform this holiday season, says Nomura
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06:34 EDTAMZNAmazon's publishing boss to leave company, Seattle Times reports
The boss of Amazon's publishing division is leaving after a little more than a year in the job, The Seattle Times reports, citing a confirmed statement from an Amazon spokeswoman. Daphne Durham was at the company for over 15 years. Mikyla Bruder will assume most of Durhamís responsibilities. Reference Link
06:18 EDTAMZNAmazon's Twitch to acquire GoodGame agency, terms not disclosed
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December 9, 2014
07:55 EDTAMZNAmazon.com continuing to gain share, says Pacific Crest
After conducting a consumer technology survey, Pacific Crest reports that 81% of respondents plan to shop at Amazon this holiday, while 31% plan to do most or nearly all of their online holiday shopping on the website. The firm thinks the company is continuing to gain share and it recommends buying the stock.
06:29 EDTAMZNAmazon warns of moving more drone research abroad, WSJ reports
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06:23 EDTAMZNAmazon.com testing faster deliveries through bikes, drones, WSJ reports
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06:16 EDTAMZNAmazon unveils 'Make an Offer' for customers to negotiate lower prices
Amazon.com has announced the "Make an Offer" experience that allows customers to negotiate even lower prices on thousands of items. Expanding on Amazonís traditional fixed price model, the new pricing feature allows customers to offer to buy items at even lower prices. If agreed upon, customers can then purchase the items at a savings from the listed price. To start, more than 150,000 items from sellers on Amazon are enabled with the "Make an Offer" experience across Sports and Entertainment Collectibles, Collectible Coins and Fine Art. The new feature will expand to hundreds of thousands of items from sellers in 2015. The "Make an Offer" feature is not an auction format. All negotiations are 1:1 and private between individual customers and sellers. A seller is able to accept a customerís offer at any time. The intention is to lower prices, and a customer negotiating with a seller will never pay more than the listed price.
05:34 EDTAMZN, EBAYChannelAdvisor says Amazon November SSS up 35.7%, eBay up 9.8%
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