Amazon – 000111 http://000111.info/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 17:59:20 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://000111.info/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-35-120x120.png Amazon – 000111 http://000111.info/ 32 32 This Amazon Echo Dot bundle is 67% off https://000111.info/this-amazon-echo-dot-bundle-is-67-off/ Tue, 22 Nov 2022 16:44:24 +0000 https://000111.info/this-amazon-echo-dot-bundle-is-67-off/ — Recommendations are independently chosen by the editors of Reviewed. Purchases made through the links below may earn us and our publisher partners a commission. Black Friday deals are here, and the staff at Review are working around the clock to find you the best products for everyone on your list. A star ? The […]]]>

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Black Friday deals are here, and the staff at Review are working around the clock to find you the best products for everyone on your list. A star ? The 3rd Gen Amazon Echo Dot Bundle with Philips Hue White Smart Bulb, which is currently discounted at 67% off.

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This edition of the Echo Dot features a digital display on its mesh-like fabric covering, making it look like a standard alarm clock. And while it can work that way (with a good old-fashioned snooze button), it can also perform several other smart features, like working with voice control to call friends, answer questions, and stream music. music.

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This bundle includes a Philips Hue White smart bulb, which easily pairs with the Dot to respond to hands-free requests, like “Alexa, dim the lights” or “turn on the living room light”. When you have your hands full of cooking or gift-wrapping over the holidays, this kind of help can be a game-changer.

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Facebook and Amazon let Seattle workers go https://000111.info/facebook-and-amazon-let-seattle-workers-go/ Thu, 17 Nov 2022 12:00:00 +0000 https://000111.info/facebook-and-amazon-let-seattle-workers-go/ The tech city of Seattle is suffering job losses from tech giants Meta and Amazon. The cuts are part of a wave of layoffs by tech companies struggling with a tough economy. Recently, Amazon was bracing for layoffs that could total up to 10,000 enterprise and tech workers. Many of these jobs will be taken […]]]>

The tech city of Seattle is suffering job losses from tech giants Meta and Amazon. The cuts are part of a wave of layoffs by tech companies struggling with a tough economy. Recently, Amazon was bracing for layoffs that could total up to 10,000 enterprise and tech workers. Many of these jobs will be taken away from local workers.

The recent reports of potential layoffs from Amazon come after Meta (Facebook) announced layoffs last week. Seattle lost 419 jobs as employees were laid off at Meta’s Seattle office and 307 were laid off at the Bellevue office. In addition, Twitter, Snap and Redfin also laid off employees, including 208 Twitter employees in Seattle.

The layoffs would represent about 3% of Amazon’s workforce and less than 1% of its global workforce. It was also news that Amazon Web Services suffered a major outage on Tuesday that interrupted access to many popular sites.

Meta is also the parent company of Oculus, WhatsApp and Instagram. Amazon provides cloud computing services to many governments, universities, and businesses, including The Associated Press. The total of 726 jobs lost represents about 9% of the company’s workforce of 8,000 people in the region.

Meta’s larger cuts, which number 11,000 people worldwide, represent about 13% of its total workforce. The company had not previously disclosed the number of workers affected by the cuts in the Seattle area. Washington is a low unemployment rate at 3.7%, and for some a rise in personal income, “a strong economy” despite economic uncertainty. The state is on track to see retail sales grow 6-8% by the end of 2022.

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Desktop Space Meta, Amazon, Salesforce Ditch https://000111.info/desktop-space-meta-amazon-salesforce-ditch/ Tue, 15 Nov 2022 20:49:06 +0000 https://000111.info/desktop-space-meta-amazon-salesforce-ditch/ After being overwhelmed with a flurry of pandemic hiring, Big Tech companies — Meta, Amazon, Salesforce, Lyft and others — are now associating layoffs with giving up office space. Either they’re trying to get out of their leases or sublet, reports the Wall Street Journal. Tech companies have 30 million square feet of office space […]]]>

After being overwhelmed with a flurry of pandemic hiring, Big Tech companies — Meta, Amazon, Salesforce, Lyft and others — are now associating layoffs with giving up office space.

Either they’re trying to get out of their leases or sublet, reports the Wall Street Journal.

Tech companies have 30 million square feet of office space available for sublease, more than triple the 9.5 million square feet they had in the fourth quarter of 2019, according to CBRE.

Offices have a vacancy rate of 12.5%, down from 9.6% in 2019 and the highest since 2011, according to CoStar Group Inc. In total, there are 212 million square feet of office space. rental on the market.

Unlike the sudden slump in the dot-com crash of 2001, this pullback is more significant, due to the extent to which Big Tech companies have gone on a relentless hiring spree in recent years, according to leaders.

Even in 2021, when companies were in a tug of war with employees working from home rather than returning to the office, tech companies were looking for prime space in high-end office towers, to attract talent to a tight labor market.

The repercussions could be significant on the financial system, since office buildings account for $1.2 trillion of the $5.4 trillion in total commercial real estate debt, according to data from Trepp Inc.

In fact, the tech giants have acquired a number of popular office buildings in recent years, including Amazon which bought the former Lord & Taylor department store in New York for $978 million and Facebook, a campus in Bellevue, Washington, for $368 million.

Real estate executives aren’t happy with the downsides of big cities like New York and San Francisco. They don’t hold their breath either.

As Colin Yasukochi, executive director of CBRE’s Tech Insights Center, puts it, “the layoffs are starting to pick up steam.”

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The S&P 500 becomes more Exxon, less Amazon https://000111.info/the-sp-500-becomes-more-exxon-less-amazon/ Sun, 13 Nov 2022 20:11:10 +0000 https://000111.info/the-sp-500-becomes-more-exxon-less-amazon/ Even so, the Nasdaq is still down 28% this year, while the S&P 500 is down 16%. And not everyone is convinced last week’s tech rebound will last. Strategists at Ned Davis Research increased their exposure to value stocks on Thursday, saying a potential Fed pivot could bring more gains to sectors closely tied to […]]]>

Even so, the Nasdaq is still down 28% this year, while the S&P 500 is down 16%. And not everyone is convinced last week’s tech rebound will last.

Strategists at Ned Davis Research increased their exposure to value stocks on Thursday, saying a potential Fed pivot could bring more gains to sectors closely tied to the economy. Bank of America Corp. strategists said they expected the biggest tech companies to underperform over the next few years due to continued cost pressure.

Apple, Microsoft, Alphabet, Amazon and Meta Platforms were responsible for about half of the S&P 500 index’s decline this year, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. If all companies in the benchmark were weighted equally – instead of by market value, which is how the index is actually constructed – its decline would have been reduced by six percentage points this year.

While investors are optimistic that interest rate hikes will end next year, some big tech companies are bracing for the impact of an economic downturn.

Amazon has warned of a weak holiday shopping season ahead. Last week, Facebook’s parent company Meta Platforms said it would cut more than 11,000 jobs, the first major round of layoffs in the company’s history as it seeks to cut costs in a context of a slowdown in digital advertising. Microsoft also cut jobs, while Amazon, Alphabet and Apple all slowed or suspended hiring.

“The big tech stocks in particular have benefited from the near-endless liquidity and cheap money funded by the immense pace of growth,” said Dirk Friczewsky, market analyst for ActivTrades. “Now a different wind is blowing in the financial markets and investors don’t want to suddenly find themselves without a chair when the music stops.”

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Amazon scours loss-making units for savings https://000111.info/amazon-scours-loss-making-units-for-savings/ Thu, 10 Nov 2022 18:27:17 +0000 https://000111.info/amazon-scours-loss-making-units-for-savings/ Amazon is conducting a review of its loss-making business units as part of a broad effort to cut costs for the e-commerce and cloud group, two people familiar with its plans have confirmed. The review, which is being overseen by Amazon chief executive Andy Jassy, ​​includes a review of the Alexa voice assistant division, the […]]]>

Amazon is conducting a review of its loss-making business units as part of a broad effort to cut costs for the e-commerce and cloud group, two people familiar with its plans have confirmed.

The review, which is being overseen by Amazon chief executive Andy Jassy, ​​includes a review of the Alexa voice assistant division, the sources said.

Amazon has come under pressure from investors to limit company-wide spending, with its shares falling more than 40% this year amid macroeconomic pressure and rising costs of running its logistics operations. Details of the review were first reported by The Wall Street Journal.

“Our management team regularly reviews our investment outlook and financial performance, including through our annual operating plan review, which takes place each fall,” said Brad Glasser, an Amazon spokesperson. .

“As part of this year’s review, we are of course taking into account the current macro environment and considering opportunities for cost optimization.”

Investors seemed to welcome the news. Shares of Amazon closed up 12.2% on Thursday.

It’s the latest major tech group looking to drastically cut spending. On Wednesday, Facebook’s parent company, Meta, announced it would lay off 11,000 employees, or about 13% of its entire workforce. The news follows around 3,700 job cuts at Twitter, which was just taken over by billionaire Elon Musk.

Amazon has yet to announce such drastic changes to its business, although last week it announced it was implementing a hiring “pause” due to current market conditions.

“We plan to maintain this pause over the next few months and will continue to monitor what we see in the economy and business to adapt as we see fit,” wrote Beth Galetti, Amazon’s chief human resources officer. , in a note to staff later posted on its corporate blog.

In recent months, Amazon has also scaled back or shut down several small experimental units, like its autonomous robot concept, Scout.

He recently told investors that capital expenditure on logistics this year would be about $10 billion lower than in 2021, although the costs of expanding his AWS cloud business would rise.

As part of the business review, it examines the development costs of Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant.

As the market leader in the so-called connected home sector, it has long been feared that most Alexa owners only use a small number of features, such as asking to set timers or play music. music, rather than using the device to make purchases.

“We are as optimistic about the future of Alexa today as we have ever been, and it remains an important business and investment area for Amazon,” Glassar said.

Speaking to the Financial Times earlier this year, Dave Limp, Amazon’s head of devices, played down those concerns, saying half of Alexa users had interacted with some sort of shopping feature on the device.

“Are we done finding ways to monetize Alexa? No, I think for the developers and for us, we will find other ways as we continue this journey,” he said. “But I feel that progress has been substantial over the past two years.”

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Dean Koontz’s ‘Nameless’ series is free to read on Amazon Prime https://000111.info/dean-koontzs-nameless-series-is-free-to-read-on-amazon-prime/ Mon, 07 Nov 2022 19:56:02 +0000 https://000111.info/dean-koontzs-nameless-series-is-free-to-read-on-amazon-prime/ Kristine Arneson November 7, 2022 You can actually read Dean Koontz’s entire “Nameless” series for free on Amazon. Amazon Until Dean Koontz’s “Nameless” series is adapted for TV, you can catch up on all the books for free with an Amazon Prime subscription. Koontz’s dozen short thrillers feature a nameless man who can’t remember anything […]]]>


You can actually read Dean Koontz’s entire “Nameless” series for free on Amazon.

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Until Dean Koontz’s “Nameless” series is adapted for TV, you can catch up on all the books for free with an Amazon Prime subscription.

Koontz’s dozen short thrillers feature a nameless man who can’t remember anything due to amnesia – he becomes a one-man justice team, following orders from a ‘dark agency’ , according to Deadline. The character will be brought to life by, indeed, an actor with a name: Henry Golding, who is working with entertainment studio SK Global to develop the series.

In the Heart of Fire (Nameless: Season 1, Book 1)


There’s still plenty of time to read all the books before you dive into the series, as production news wasn’t announced until late last year. Better yet, you can do it for free: the entire “Nameless” franchise is available to play for free on Prime, from “Devoted” to “Brother Odd.”

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Koontz himself broke the news on Facebook over the weekend with dry humor, on the heels of the end of DST.

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Surprise! How to keep your Amazon holiday gift shopping a secret https://000111.info/surprise-how-to-keep-your-amazon-holiday-gift-shopping-a-secret/ Sun, 06 Nov 2022 13:00:23 +0000 https://000111.info/surprise-how-to-keep-your-amazon-holiday-gift-shopping-a-secret/ The holidays will be here before you know it, and whether you like it or not, Amazon is an easy way to get something everyone will love. If you have Amazon Prime, it offers many benefits beyond fast and free shipping. Tap or click on some of my favorites to make the most of that […]]]>

The holidays will be here before you know it, and whether you like it or not, Amazon is an easy way to get something everyone will love.

If you have Amazon Prime, it offers many benefits beyond fast and free shipping. Tap or click on some of my favorites to make the most of that $15 a month.

Prime isn’t the only way to save money. Tap or click on five insider secrets to getting the most bang for your buck this holiday season.

Once you’ve chosen the perfect gifts, take a few steps to make sure you don’t spoil the surprise.

Prevent Alexa from spilling the beans

If you have an Echo device, Alexa can automatically notify you of shipping updates for items you order. Cool, except when Alexa loudly announces the delivery, spoiling a surprise. Now the recipient of your gift will know what to expect.

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Microsoft overtakes Amazon in Interbrand’s Top Global Brands 2022 report https://000111.info/microsoft-overtakes-amazon-in-interbrands-top-global-brands-2022-report/ Thu, 03 Nov 2022 19:22:00 +0000 https://000111.info/microsoft-overtakes-amazon-in-interbrands-top-global-brands-2022-report/ – Apple retains top spot as Top 100 Brands ranking tops more than $3 trillion for the first time – a 16% increase since 2021 -Airbnb (#54), Red Bull (#64) and Xiaomi (#84) are the new entrants for 2022 – Microsoft (#2), Tesla (#12) and Chanel (#22) see the strongest year-over-year growth – Nike (#10) […]]]>

– Apple retains top spot as Top 100 Brands ranking tops more than $3 trillion for the first time – a 16% increase since 2021

-Airbnb (#54), Red Bull (#64) and Xiaomi (#84) are the new entrants for 2022

– Microsoft (#2), Tesla (#12) and Chanel (#22) see the strongest year-over-year growth

– Nike (#10) enters the top 10 for the first time, overtaking McDonald’s (#11)

– Instagram (#16) overtakes Facebook (#17) as Meta’s most valuable brand

– The top 10 brands represent 53% of the total value of the table

– Quantitative environmental, societal and governance (ESG) data integrated for the first time in the Best Global Brands methodology

NEW YORK, November 4, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Interbrand today announced its Best Global Brands 2022 ranking at Web Summit 2022. Apple retained the top spot for the 10th consecutive year, while Microsoft moved up to second place, overtaking Amazon.

Microsoft, Tesla and Chanel saw the strongest year-over-year percentage growth, all increasing brand value by 32%.

Despite Tesla’s continued growth, it hasn’t been able to replicate the 184% increase in brand value it experienced in 2021.

Top 10

With an 18% increase in brand value, Apple ($482,215 million) remained at the top of the rankings. It is followed by Microsoft ($278,288 million), which overtook Amazon ($274,819 million) to be number two in the standings. Google ($251,751 million) held on to fourth place.

The other companies in the top 10 are: Samsung #5 ($87,689 million), Toyota #6 ($59,757 million), Coke #7 ($57,535 million), Mercedes #8 ($56,103 million), Disney #9 ($50,325 million) and Nike #10 (US$50,289 million) for the first time.

The top 10 brands represent 53% of the total value of the entire table.

Array value

Average brand value exceeded 3 trillion US dollars for the first time ever – a 16% increase from 2021 (US$2,667,524 million).

Interbrand’s Top Global Brands 2022

A 16% increase in the overall brand value of the chart demonstrates the growing contribution of a company’s brand to its economic success. As financial markets have seen significant swings in recent years, the value of the world’s strongest brands has steadily increased, driving customer choice, loyalty and margins.

Key learnings

The fastest risers in 2022 (in terms of % change in brand value, year-over-year) significantly outperformed the fastest-falling brands out of three Brand strength factors – Direction, Agility and Participation.

  • Direction – these marks set a clear direction, ensuring that the whole organization knows where it is going and is working towards the same ambition.

  • Agility – having done this, they act quickly, bringing new products and services to market and, if necessary, orienting themselves to meet changing customer needs.

  • Engagement – ​​ultimately taking people on a journey with them and getting them in on the move to create an engaging brand world.

Chris CaposselaMicrosoft’s Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer said: “At Microsoft, we believe technology can help every person and every organization on the planet achieve more. As we continue to help our clients digitally transform and leverage our technology to do more with less, we are excited to grow with our audiences beyond the constraints of the brand as a truly valuable part of their lives. . »

Gonzalo Brujó, Global CEO of Interbrand, said: “As we navigate this period of economic uncertainty, the most successful brands will continue to build stronger and stronger connections with consumers. It is no longer enough to have a static commercial and brand offer. The brands that succeed know how to harness new technologies to create better consumer experiences and become part of their lives.

“These top 10 brands defy the rules. They build exceptionally strong relationships with their customers, allowing them to expand their brand equity beyond traditional products, sectors or silos. it comes from value.”

For the full Top 100 ranking and report with industry trends and complete methodology, visit www.bestglobalbrands.com.

For more information please contact:

Emma Walkom, emma@pumpkin.uk.com, +44 7531 474626, interbrand@pumpkin.uk.com

SOURCE Inter-brand group

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The candidacy of the new president to protect the Amazon will face obstacles https://000111.info/the-candidacy-of-the-new-president-to-protect-the-amazon-will-face-obstacles/ Mon, 31 Oct 2022 21:20:57 +0000 https://000111.info/the-candidacy-of-the-new-president-to-protect-the-amazon-will-face-obstacles/ RIO DE JANEIRO – In a victory speech on Sunday, Brazil’s President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva promised to reverse the trend of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest. “We will again monitor and do monitoring in the Amazon. We will fight all illegal activities,” leftist da Silva said in his speech at a hotel in […]]]>

RIO DE JANEIRO – In a victory speech on Sunday, Brazil’s President-elect Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva promised to reverse the trend of deforestation in the Amazon rainforest.

“We will again monitor and do monitoring in the Amazon. We will fight all illegal activities,” leftist da Silva said in his speech at a hotel in downtown Sao Paulo. “At the same time, we will promote the sustainable development of communities in the Amazon.”

To achieve this in his third term, he will have to strengthen environmental law enforcement, deal with a hostile Congress and deal with state governors who have close ties to defeated far-right President Jair Bolsonaro.

If he is serious, the work will be immense. The area deforested in the Brazilian Amazon reached a 15-year high from August 2020 to July 2021, according to official figures. Satellite monitoring shows that the trend in 2022 is on track to surpass the previous year.

On the ground, the main challenge will be to rebuild the environmental agencies and the indigenous office of Brazil. Da Silva also promised to create an indigenous-led Ministry of Indigenous Affairs.

Under Bolsonaro, these have been led by people close to the agribusiness sector, who have long pushed for the legalization of land plunder and oppose the creation of protected areas such as indigenous territories.

In 2023, the agribusiness sector, which backed Bolsonaro’s failed re-election bid, will control about half of Congress. In recent years, the caucus has introduced bills to loosen environmental legislation.

At the state level, six out of nine Amazon governors are allies of Bolsonaro, most with close ties to agribusiness. One of them, Marcos Rocha, from the state of Rondonia, was re-elected two days after making a high-profile bid to boost his anti-environmental credentials by removing protection from a protected land about twice the size of two New York cities.

Da Silva must use his support at the polls to promote his environmental agenda, according to Caetano Scannavino, coordinator of Health & Happiness, an Amazon nonprofit that supports sustainable projects in the Tapajos Basin.

“Most Brazilians have expressed their opposition to deforestation and the violation of indigenous rights,” Scannavino told The Associated Press in a phone interview. “Da Silva needs to seize on this clamor and bring together academics, non-profit organizations and the more responsible sector of agribusiness. What is at stake is to make the environment a state policy, independent of the left or from the right.

On the international front, da Silva’s promises to preserve the world’s largest rainforest have already found supporters. The Norwegian government has indicated that it will resume multimillion-dollar performance-based donations to fund anti-deforestation policies.

“Norway looks forward to revitalizing its extensive climate and forestry partnership with Brazil,” Climate and Environment Minister Espen Barth Eide wrote on his Twitter account.

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The best horror movies available on Amazon Prime Video https://000111.info/the-best-horror-movies-available-on-amazon-prime-video/ Sat, 29 Oct 2022 13:00:00 +0000 https://000111.info/the-best-horror-movies-available-on-amazon-prime-video/ Screenshot: hellraiser Working on a modest budget, director Clive Barker has crafted a gory fairy tale with a wicked, if not downright evil, stepmother in the form of stage actress Clare Higgins. Playing the wife of ineffectual husband Andrew Robinson (dirty harry), Higgins barely hides his contempt as the two move into a family home […]]]>
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Working on a modest budget, director Clive Barker has crafted a gory fairy tale with a wicked, if not downright evil, stepmother in the form of stage actress Clare Higgins. Playing the wife of ineffectual husband Andrew Robinson (dirty harry), Higgins barely hides his contempt as the two move into a family home once inhabited by Robinson’s now-defunct hard-living brother, with whom Higgins once had an affair. Thanks to supernatural forces, Robinson’s brother somehow returns as a bunch of skinless organs that begs Higgins to kill for him in an effort to flesh out his half-formed body. Meanwhile, Robinson’s scream-prone girl (Ashley Laurence) begins to suspect things might go wrong, a suspicion confirmed by the arrival of four pale demons outfitted in bondage gear. One of them, a bald demon with nails driven into his skull, became the most enduring image of hellraiser and its aftermath, and rightly so. A deeply unsettling S&M-inspired creature whose blurring of the division between pleasure and pain extends to a blurring of the division between good and evil, it perfectly and instantly encapsulates some of Barker’s themes. Pinhead barely appears in hellraiser, a film that, with its intense and uncomfortable family drama, might have even worked without it. With it, however, it becomes one of the most innovative and memorable horror films of the 80s, a happy medium between mainstream fare and the work of David Cronenberg, in its most powerful moments evoking the ability of the latter to make viewers uncomfortable in their own bodies. [Keith Phipps]

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