Is Amazon too Big?

Many people are asking is Amazon too big because of the sheer size and power of the Everything Store. The most dramatic and dangerous effect of Amazon’s (NASDAQ: AMZN) size…

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Proof Television is dead

Frighteningly, data from the United Kingdom shows television viewership could soon fall far lower. UK media regulator Ofcom estimates Britons between 16 and 24 watch just two minutes of TV news a day, The Guardian reports. In contrast, people over 65 watched 33 minutes of TV news a day.

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Can Colgate-Palmolive Survive?

A major threat to Family Dollar, and Colgate Palmolive, is Amazon Prime which gives consumers free shipping on all their basic needs for $12 a month. Statista estimates there were 103 million US Amazon Prime subscribers in March 2019 up from 95 million in June 2018. Moreover, Statista estimates the average Prime Member spends $1,400 on Amazon each year. Thanks to Amazon Prime, Americans are more used to shopping online.

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Does Nike Make Money?

Meanwhile, Trump’s attacks on Kaepernick could raise Nike’s stature with the 54% of Americans who disapprove of the President. To elaborate, Gallup estimates 54% of Americans disapprove of Trump’s performance and 44% of Americans disapprove of Trump strongly. Plus, only 41% of Americans approve the President. Thus, 69% of Americans could sympathize with Kaepernick. Under those circumstances, hiring Kaepernick is a brilliant marketing ploy for Nike. Oddly, I think Trump knows of this but does not care because of all the free publicity he receives. In particular, the President can appeal to anti-black voters without appearing visibly racist. Therefore, hiring Kaepernick is a brilliant marketing strategy for Nike. In particular, Nike can take advantage of all the publicity and controversy Trump generates without having to associate with the President. Instead, Nike can portray itself as a hero standing up for freedom and opposing the racist bully Trump. On the other hand, the risks Nike takes are slight because most people do not want help Trump. Moreover, even Kaepernick critics are loath to attack Nike because they do not want to be branded racists, enemies of free speech, and un-American.

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