THIS WOMAN WRITES In the Body of Christ, Are You a Toe, Mouth, or Elbow?
This may be hard to believe, but sometimes I go weeks without thinking about the big toe on my left foot.
And then one day, a wrenching pain will originate at the toe and shoot its way up nerve pat... Posted on 5/29/13 at 11:54 AM
IN THE BLACK Source for Free Kindle Books
I have been using the Kindle e-book app on my laptop and Android phone. After Christmas I purchased a Kindle Fire.
There is an app you can download to read Kindle books on your computer if you do no... Posted on 1/4/12 at 1:48 PM
ROVING REPORTER Iquitos: City of Magic, Mystery and Sweltering Heat
Note from the writer: After a long hiatus (what has it been, two months?) Roving Reporter is back with new posts. This week, I'll be telling tales of my adventures to the Amazon rain forest and Machu ... Posted on 12/5/11 at 2:41 PM
Lawmakers on Friday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a compromise bill that delays California's effort to force online retailers such as Amazon.com to collect the state's sales taxes while retailers lobby Congress for national rules governing online sales taxes.
ADAM WEINTRAUB, Associated Press
, September 10, 2011
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Amazon.com uncharacteristically missed Wall Street’s revenue target in the fourth quarter, sending the stock tumbling 9 percent and showing that not all Internet companies benefited equally from the holiday shopping season.
Amazon.com Inc. hopes a bigger version of its Kindle electronic reading device can be a hit, even if it’s more expensive, and the company is aiming it in part at college students who are eager to save money on their textbooks.
Amazon.com Inc. is releasing a slimmer version of its Kindle electronic reading device, but it still costs $359 — making it unclear how mainstream even an improved Kindle can be during a brutal recession.
Amazon.com Inc. said Thursday that its fourth-quarter profit rose 9 percent and easily surpassed analysts’ forecasts. Those results, plus an optimistic forecast, sent its shares soaring 13 percent in extended trading.
Online retailer Amazon.com Inc. called this holiday season its “best ever,” saying Friday that it saw a 17 percent increase in orders on its busiest day — a rare piece of good news in a season that has been far from merry for most retailers, including online businesses.
Amazon.com Inc. said Wednesday that its profit climbed 48 percent in the third quarter, but the company reduced its full-year sales outlook, showing that the online retailer cannot escape the weak economy. Its shares dived.
October 23, 2008
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