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Amazon Will Attack Australian Retailers On Two Fronts

E-commerce giant Amazon has struck a deal to acquire Whole Foods Market, an American supermarket chain with more than 400 stores. The move has put even more pressure on Australian retailers as Amazon sets up shop in Australia. But the real threat to Australian retail lies in Amazon’s unique business ...

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Australian fintech Stake will offer $0 brokerage for trading US shares

Sydney startup Stake has announced that it will offer trading of US equities with zero brokerage fees from August, giving Australians cheap access to invest in companies such as Apple, Amazon and Facebook. More »     

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The Nasdaq looks expensive and everyone seems to be long, but it's still grinding higher

Just have a look at the chart below for an example of what a relentless bull market looks like. It's the Nasdaq ...

The Age /
Amazon grocery fears overdone: report

Analysts at Citi say Amazon will be "unlikely" to replicate its surprise $18 billion Whole Foods acquisition in Australia.

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Gerry Harvey Says Amazon Will Need Years To Get Serious In Australia

Everyone's favourite retail curmudgeon Gerry Harvey can't help it. The man who once said online retail will never ...

The Age /
Amazon woes to dominate market thinking

Investors will be watching Amazon closely this week, after the online retail giant shook up US grocery store stocks with a billion dollar Whole Foods ...

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Amazon Adds Auto Scaling For DynamoDB

DynamoDB is Amazon’s database platform for those applications where you need a database but aren’t interested in setting up a server and all the other rigmarole that goes with it. DynamoDB uses a provisioned capacity model. You set the amount of read and write capacity required by your applications and change ...

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