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Amazon released their Q3 2021 earnings on October 28, 2021. Here are a few takeaways on the eCommerce giant’s financial results and go-forward strategy:
1. Life Lessons from Amazon’s Q4 2020 Earnings Release – Everyone cares too much about what others think of us. Amazon continued their focus on corporate image and positioning themselves as a sales enabler vs. a retailer.
Pandemic-fueled revenue drove revenue and profits ahead of guidance. Amazon experienced productivity headwinds in fulfillment. AWS and streaming services are doing nicely, no surprise. And Amazon is probably hedging their Q4 forecast.
It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for – Amazon’s Q2 2020 Earnings Release. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began, many of us are shopping on Amazon more than ever. My Echo pings all day with deliveries for my family of five.
If you’ve been sleeping under a rock this past week, you may have missed one of Amazon’s most interesting earnings release in a couple of years. Here are the three things you need to know.
ROUNDUP: Amazon announced their Q2 earnings, and the big story is that they posted their largest quarterly profit ($2.5B)…ever. Wall street is happy, as they’ve now been profitable for 13 straight quarters – thanks in large part to their ad business (growing at 100% Y/Y), AWS, and the “squeeze” they’ve been putting on all of you, manufacturers.