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  • A CPC Strategy infographic helps explains why Amazon's (AMZN) profits and margins have been heading south. Simply put, the company's expansion efforts have put it in competition with much of the Internet. Amazon's products and services can be said to directly compete with a list of names that includes Apple, Netflix, eBay, PayPal, Google, Barnes & Noble, Rackspace, and Dropbox.  [View news story]
    Once again, the demise of Amazon has been prematurely announced. This company remains the go-to destination of general online shopping, which will continue to assume primacy in the retail space. When I bought the stock at $9 a share, people were predicting that its concept would never get off the ground. It still has a long way to run.
    Dec 24, 2011. 01:15 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
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