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Why Amazon will Buy Comcast

Why Amazon will Buy Comcast

The concept of world domination used to be relegated to science fiction movies however Amazon may yet become one of the first to make it a reality. Their recent addition of the Streaming Partners program could be the start of Amazon as the world’s first global OTT (over the top) programming provider. With 83.5% of Facebook users and 79% of Twitter users coming from outside the US, companies today must be globally focused to truly compete and grow.   Comcast business is limited to the US.  With cable systems passing about 44% of all US homes and 22 million subscribers it has a strong presence but only in the US. Amazon is a global company; According to Mark Mahaney, analyst at RBC Capital Markets, 37% of its 80 million Prime subscribers are from outside the US and is growing quickly. But Why Should Amazon buy Comcast? Amazon’s foray into OTT is the precursor to the separation of the programming platform from the wired cable.  I believe that sometime in the next 3 to 5 years most cable companies will sell broadband access only and the program offerings will be spun off into separate companies which will have lots of competition…

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Why You Want to Work at Amazon

Why You Want to Work at Amazon

After reading the recent New York Times article  Inside Amazon: Wrestling Big Ideas in a Bruising Workplace  it occurred to me that the article wasn’t really about Amazon being a difficult place to work but rather the story of Amazon being the place to be to prepare for tomorrow’s workplace. In the not too distant future most companies will be run by computers.  Yes there will still be people managing the computers but most of the work will be done by the machines, which will replace many of the current employees. Amazon is one of the most advanced companies in the world regarding automation of business processes and decision making. Based on the New York Times article it appears that Amazon has already implemented many processes that future companies will be managed by. While many tech companies appear to be moving in this direction,  I believe Amazon has advanced the most towards the future company employment world. Data and algorithms drive much of the decision making at the company.  Virtually all the pricing and product display decisions you see on the Amazon website are solely made by algorithms. Amazon is where you could be trained to be the next generation executive. At Amazon…

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Online Food Acquisitions are just eating each other up, Yelp grows a belly!

Online Food Acquisitions are just eating each other up!

Holy Mackerel, come to think of it, you may want to consider ordering that! This week Yelp announced it purchased online food ordering service Eat24 for $134 million. This from Yelp’s blog: Eat24 is an online food ordering app and website that covers about 20,000 restaurants across the country. As a Yelp Platform partner, they’ve been a valuable driver of our growth in the restaurant category while continuing to build an impressive business of their own. Eat24 is a competitor to Grubhub. They were founded in 2008 and had managed to get a widget for ordering food on Yelp which allowed them to compete against the other food ordering sites. Now that this deal is happening, these two companies will become BFF’s. Jeremy Stoppelman, Yelp’s chief says online ordering is “a key vertical for Yelp.” The objective is to “enhance our user experience [allowing] our large consumer audience to transact directly with businesses.” You should also make note that while they’ve spent a bundle of money acquiring Eat24, they also plan on expanding their ad sales staff by 40 percent this year. Now when you look at Grubhub, their most recent quarterly report which was quite good you’ll understand why they are…

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What is the meaning of this, Software Development Engineer for Amazon?

What is the meaning of this, Software Development Engineer for Amazon?

Advertisers spend a lot of money to develop their ads, and want a guarantee that those ads will actually get shown. Amazon.com’s Display Advertising team builds and manages systems with extreme high performance and availability. To top that off, they’re seeking a Software Development Engineer. YES! You read this right. They serve and respond to hundreds of billions of requests annually, and have ambitions to grow that number several orders of magnitude, while maintaining response latencies in the milliseconds and meeting strict SLA requirements. They delight in data, and are constantly trying to enrich their models and make more informed decisions using every bit and byte they have. Their current systems serve the current needs, but they are growing a new business within Amazon.com, and are looking for the sort of hands on leaders and developers who can design and build the systems that will take them into the future. The ideal developer for this space will be highly quantitative, have great judgment and passion for building a great customer experience, be inventive, and have a strong track record of delivery. If you’re looking for a career where you’ll be able to build, to deliver, and to impress. You look…

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Indian e-traders recognizing the benefits of Twitter

Companies in India that mainly trade via the Internet are waking up to the benefits of engaging with users on the social media site, Twitter. The 140-character limit that each tweet imposes seems to be enough to persuade consumers to buy. For example, one of India’s biggest e-tailers, Flipkart, used Twitter to increase sales of Father’s Day presents. They posted an image of a young boy using a landline telephone to call his father and ask for stationery materials. The image was titled ‘The original on-line shopping’, and seemed to immediately resonate with the company’s 135,000 users. Selling social Senior vice president of marketing at Flipkart, Ravi Vora, said: “Twitter plays a 360 degree role for us. We work on creating a destination where our customers can have fun, with witty replies and engaging contests, instead of using it just as a sales platform.” Their fellow e-tailers, including Myntra, Snapdeal and Jabong, also use Twitter to engage with their customer base, attempt to influence and provide specially targeted offers. A brand-marketing founder and e-commerce analyst stated that Twitter provided access to people these companies would otherwise not be able to reach, and that it not only encouraged engagement, but was…

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