I take the expectations of Bezos, Deutsche Bank, and readers, and explore whether they are real or unreal, consistent or inconsistent, and provide the numbers to back up my conclusions.
My recent article, “Amazon.com: Danger In Numbers”, drew a number of comments, which I can only respond to in a m …See the original posting at Amazon: Expectations
Mary Kay Letourneau, right, and Vili Fualaau at their home in the Puget Sound area of Seattle in 2005. (Entertainment Tonight/Insider via AP)
Back in 1996, Mary Kay Letourneau, 34, was a married mother of four who taught at a Seattle elementary school. Vili Fualaau was a 12-year-old sixth grade s …See the original posting at Ex-teacher Mary Kay Letourneau separates from former student years after sex scandal
Donald Trump on Wednesday responded to comedian KIathy Griffin’s controversial video, in which she held what looked like the president’s bloody, severed head.
In a tweet, Trump blasted Griffin and called the video “sick.”
Kathy Griffin apologized for the video image, saying it was “too disturbing” …See the original posting at Trump blasts comic Kathy Griffin for ‘sick’ video
‘Covfefe’ Kerfuffle: Trump’s Typo Sparks A Search For Meaning, And Humor
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What do you do about a problem like “covfefe”? That word from President Trump’s late-night tweet set Twitter ablaze overn …See the original posting at ‘Covfefe’ Kerfuffle: Trump’s Typo Sparks A Search For Meaning, And Humor
On this day in 2004, trailblazing architect Zaha Hadid made history when she became the first woman to win the Pritzker Prize, architecture’s most prestigious award. And though the pioneering starchitect tragically died last spring, her legacy lives on in her many contributions—both realized and not …See the original posting at Zaha Hadid’s New York buildings: checking in on the architect’s in-progress projects
Looking at options trading activity among components of the Russell 3000 index, there is noteworthy activity today in Amazon.com Inc. (Symbol: AMZN), where a total volume of 51,563 contracts has been traded thus far today, a contract volume which is representative of approximately 5.2 million underl …See the original posting at Notable Tuesday Option Activity: AMZN, PCLN, CASY
French Open officials have banished Maxime Hamou from Roland Garros for the rest of the tournament after he forcibly kissed Eurosport reporter Maly Thomas during an interview on Monday.
Hamou lost his first-round match Monday to Pablo Cuevas and was interviewed live on Eurosport by Thomas after the …See the original posting at Maxime Hamou: French Open bans player who kissed reporter
President Donald Trump speaks in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on March 24, 2017. (AP/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
A few minutes after midnight in Washington, D.C., President Trump tweeted a strange sentence.
“Despite the constant negative press covfefe,” it read.
No, that isn’t …See the original posting at Trump targets ‘negative press covfefe’ in garbled midnight tweet
A French tennis player has been removed from Paris’ Roland Garros tournament after he aggressively kissed and fondled a journalist during a live interview.
Maxime Hamou, currently ranked 282nd in world standings, was banished by officials following a post-match interview where he aggressively pulle …See the original posting at WATCH: French Tennis Player Maxime Hamou Kicked Out of Tournament for Forcibly Kissing Reporter
Iraqi-born British architect Zaha Hadid, was the first female winner of the top Pritzker Architecture Prize on this day in 2004.
She also received the UK’s most prestigious architectural award, the Stirling Prize, and she became the first woman to be awarded the 2016 Royal Gold Medal in architectur …See the original posting at Zaha Hadid: The woman who reshaped modern architecture