It sounds like Netflix is trying to expand their market. It should be interested to see if this is successful.
We're already in a recession and now Amazon is taking away jobs from people who are well qualified... It's nearly impossible to be competing for this type of job against a robot.
I'm surprised Burger King lasted in the number 2 spot for as long as it did. It seems that Wendy's is continuing to push forward while Burger King continues to stay with the same "if it's not broken, don't fix it" model. It'll be interested to see if BK has anything in store to re-gain the top spot.
I'm surprised Guess is performing worse than Urban Outfitters - Hopefully there will be some headway with the challenges in Europe to get the company back on their feet.
Good move on Dell's part to seek a competitive edge by focusing their efforts on one target market but I'm not sold this is going to do much for the company.
It seems to me that as long as gas prices increase, the car sales will continue to decrease. There needs to be an alternative solution to the expensive transportation that won't compromise the safety of passengers .
It sounds like Twitter may be getting some percentage of the profit with a program like this but it still won't provide them with the significant revenue stream a company needs to stay afloat.
It seems odd to me that analysts had even hoped for such a large percentage of new home starts when so many people are struggling to make ends meet.
It'll be interesting to see how Comcast does moving forward. With cell phones taking over landlines and companies like Netflix and Hulu packaging TV in an easy-to-access-from- anywhere bundle, Comcast will have to do a lot more than launch a new marketing campaign to see increasing profits moving forward .