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Case Study: V.G. Jones

area, and although Amazon has a first mover advantage there are few barriers to entry making it an easy to enter medium for busine...

4 Entrepreneurs and Their Success

He operates his business with an overriding belief that: "whats good for the customer will ultimately turn out to be in the compan...

Amazon.com Book Purchase

a student on a limited budget it is important to economise where possible. However, price is not the only goal. The student will a...

Why Amazon.com Works

well-laid out and easy to navigate. Across the top it has the buttons AMAZON.COM, which is the default, followed by MY STORE; SEE ...

Amazon’s Value Chain

own premises. A similar model may be argued as existing with the marketplace sellers, thee goods are sold on the Amazon site, Amaz...

Amazon; SWOT Analysis

search in the text for key words or browse the text for a taste go the book. This is allowing the company to compete more directly...

The Changing Competitive Structure of the Book Industry and the Impact on Amazon

kept it meant there would be less room for the popular stock. Large book superstores have not only bee able to offer choice but ha...

Book Industry PEST Analysis

This makes the selling of books and exporting of them across boarders easier and for retailers such as Amazon there are benefits i...

Business Models Then and Now

their computers (The history of Microsoft, 2000). Gates and his friends, including Paul Allen, soon became so fascinated by the ...

Porter's Applicability to Retail's Information Technology

of operation of the organization. Thus it "is in these activities that a firm has the opportunity to generate superior valu...

A SWOT Analysis of the Amazon.com Web Site

customer could want in a very timely manner, and standing behind their goods and services, as well as standing behind third party ...

SECURITY AND AMAZON.COM INC.

issue with Amazon.com is that it doesnt sell names or other information, but uses it strictly for consumers. The problem here, how...

ANALYSIS FOR AMAZON.COM, INC.

customer for a product. But the Internet itself really doesnt have a "legal" environment; at least, not yet. If the company is for...

The Success of Amazon.com

and software. Acquisition have also brought more products into the fold, with everything for toys to pet products. The strategy t...

Overview of Home Shopping Network

highest time period is usually January through March (Haber, 2000). He went on to explain that the quarters cannot be adequately ...

Amazon.com and IT Competitive Advantage

In eight pages this paper discusses how competitive and cost advantages are achieved by Amazon.com through the use of information ...

Electronic Commerce Philosophy, Tactics, and Strategy

In seven pages this paper examines how strategy had developed in ecommerce with Amazon.com being a prime example of evolving tacti...

Amazon.com and Investment Selection

we saw a crash in the high tech stock in spring of 2000 where many companies that were not the traditional manufacturing or servic...

Amazon.com and the Competitive Advantage Represented by Technology

In five pages this paper discusses how Amazon.com achieves competitive advantage through technology in an overview of company deve...

Amazon.com and Its Problems

In five pages this paper discusses the problems that even a successful dot.com like Amazon faces. Six sources are cited in the bi...

Internet and Music Sales

In twelve pages the business of selling music on the Internet is examined in a consideration of competitive advantage and a compar...

Information Technology and Amazon.com

In a paper that contains nine pages the utilization of IT in the ecommerce business enterprise Amazon.com is discussed. There are...

1996 Amazon.com and Strategic Alternatives

they believe they will, then return the remainder to the publisher. The publisher, in turn, offers the returned - and no longer n...

The Impact of E-Commerce on the Entertainment Industry

something Online (n.d.). About 40 percent of others research the product Online but buy it in a store (Zolzer, n.d.). The majority...

Analyzing eBay and Its Competition

opportunities for many Internet companies). As more people launch into cyberspace, more companies are likely to spring up to meet ...

The Twenty-First Century and Advertising

not known, but because things are not completely dismal, and there is a still a market for Gaps products, the turnaround could hop...

Tutorial on Electronic Commerce Quality Management

Research Approach Research will be conducted using the Internet, which provides a vast array of information from reputable source...

Websites and Marketing

The competitive advantage of the site is not immediately apparent, as the site looks easy to use. In looking at some sections ther...

A 2001 Financial Analysis of Amazon.com

July of 1995 with a mission to use the Internet in order to transform book buying into the fastest, easiest, and most enjoyable sh...

Balance Sheets of Amazon.com

not itself unusual. A student embarking on a project such as this can easily find balance sheets for companies on the Internet....