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Over 70% of global organizations are deploying or researching cloud services and are likely to move increasing applications to the cloud.

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  • Amazon Air cargo plane operated by Atlas crashes in Texas, killing 3 on board
    TechCrunch4 hours ago

    Amazon Air cargo plane operated by Atlas crashes in Texas, killing 3 on board

    Amazon's own freight delivery service that competes with FedEx and UPS, among others -- has crashed outside Houston, Texas, killing three people on board. Amazon and Atlas both confirmed the accident with short statements. "Our thoughts and prayers are with the flight crew, their families and friends along with the entire team at Atlas Air during this terrible tragedy.

  • The Wall Street Journal1 hour ago

    [$$] Plane Flying Cargo for Amazon Crashes in Texas

    Inc. crashed in Texas on Saturday with three people on board, leaving a large debris field in a bay near Houston, authorities said. Inc., was flying from Miami to Houston when it crashed into Trinity Bay near Anahuac, Texas, around 12:45 p.m. Central time, according to the Federal Aviation Administration. The FAA said it lost radar and radio contact with Atlas Air Flight 3591 about 30 miles southeast of Houston’s George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

  • Forget the Last Mile, Amazon.com Now Wants to Own the First Mile, Too
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    Forget the Last Mile, Amazon.com Now Wants to Own the First Mile, Too

    The e-commerce giant is developing an end-to-end logistics network ensuring a package never needs to leave its ecosystem.

  • 3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in February
    Motley Fool2 hours ago

    3 Top Dividend Stocks to Buy in February

    Shares of Big Lots, Enviva Partners, and TerraForm Power look like compelling investments right now.

  • Reuters5 hours ago

    UPDATE 2-Cargo jet with three on board crashes near Houston airport

    A Boeing 767 cargo jetliner with three people on board crashed into a bay near Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport on Saturday, police and officials said. Atlas Air Flight 3591 was en route to Houston from Miami when radar and radio contact with the plane was lost about 30 miles (48 km) southeast of the airport, the Federal Aviation Administration said in a statement. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) will be in charge of the investigation, the statement said, and FAA investigators were on their way to the crash site.

  • Wayfair Earnings Point to a Long Growth Runway Ahead
    Motley Fool7 hours ago

    Wayfair Earnings Point to a Long Growth Runway Ahead

    The e-commerce upstart just closed out a banner fiscal year.

  • Jeff Bezos told employees last year that other companies shouldn't be so afraid of Amazon — some rivals are proving him right
    CNBC8 hours ago

    Jeff Bezos told employees last year that other companies shouldn't be so afraid of Amazon — some rivals are proving him right

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said in a March 2018 meeting that it's wrong for other companies to be so fearful of his company's outsize presence. In fact, many companies that mentioned Amazon as a competitor on earnings calls are doing very well.

  • Roku's Flexing Its Ability to Compete Like Amazon or Google
    Motley Fool10 hours ago

    Roku's Flexing Its Ability to Compete Like Amazon or Google

    Roku is sacrificing profits on its streaming players for account growth, and it's worth every penny.

  • JD.com Helps Amazon's Biggest Japanese Rival Launch Drone Deliveries
    Motley Fool11 hours ago

    JD.com Helps Amazon's Biggest Japanese Rival Launch Drone Deliveries

    The Chinese e-commerce giant brings its futuristic logistics devices to Japan.

  • XPO's Growth Engine Sputters
    Motley Foolyesterday

    XPO's Growth Engine Sputters

    The loss of a major customer sinks fourth-quarter results and 2019 outlook.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Welcome to New York, Amazon—Now Go Home

    After Amazon’s withdrawal no major American company will open a new headquarters here for at least a generation. No CEO is going to do what Jeff Bezos did, invest all that time and money, do all the planning, negotiating and deciding, only to see it collapse in bitter headlines because the politicians you’re making the deal with can’t control their own troops, and because in the end it is summoning a humiliation to do big business in a town whose political life is dominated by a wild and rising progressive left. New York City and state offered Amazon almost $3 billion in future tax breaks.

  • The Wall Street Journalyesterday

    [$$] Wayfair Firms Up a Bit but Could Still Be Rickety

    Wayfair, the furniture retailer, has consistently reported worse losses than analysts expected, while often beating on revenue. At last, Wayfair seems to have broken that trend, reporting fourth-quarter results Friday that pleased on both fronts. Is Wayfair really turning a corner?

  • Stamps.com Plummets After Nixing Its Exclusive USPS Deal
    Motley Foolyesterday

    Stamps.com Plummets After Nixing Its Exclusive USPS Deal

    Despite a decent fourth quarter, the online postage company says customer demands for two-day shipping necessitated changing its exclusive partnership with the U.S. Postal Service.

  • Barrons.comyesterday

    Letters to Barron’s

    Letters on the marijuana industry, climate change, the Federal Reserve, corporate debt, and Amazon’s HQ2 pullout