have slipped in recent months on fears one-day shipping and rising cloud competition have been a drag on the e-commerce giant. Still, the ride’s been glorious for faithful investors, with Amazon stock up 1,387% in 10 years.
We’ve reached a turning point, says our call of the day from Smead Capital Management’s chief executive Bill Smead. He warns investors are “blacked out” to the fact they’re paying too much for future earnings of Amazon and other past decade winners like Netflix
soaring after the electric-car maker posted a surprise quarterly profit. Shares jumped 20.5%, or $52.32, to $307, at one point late Wednesday. If that holds through Thursday’s close, it would mark the biggest one-day net gain on record, and the second-biggest one-day percentage rise ever, according to Dow Jones Market Data.
Children—notably Nordic white girls with braids and red cheeks—were often used in Nazi propaganda. An old Goebbels technique! Looks like today’s progressive Left is still learning its game from an earlier Left in the 1930s pic.twitter.com/E4q2KZ526s
London bar becomes first in the world to use facial recognition to keep track of who gets served next
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