Saudi Aramco, Saudi Arabia's state-owned oil company, filed for its debut international bond Monday with crazy high profits.
A Saudi Arabian oil company’s profits top US-based companies by billions of dollars, Business Insider reports. Saudi Aramco, which is owned by the state, posted $111.1 net billion last year, according to Moody’s. In comparison, Apple’s earnings earned $60 billion last year and Amazon made $10 billion. Business Insider points out that Saudi Aramco also far exceeded the profits of oil conglomerates Exxon Mobil ($20.8) and Royal Dutch Shell ($17.5 billion). Moody’s described the relationship of
JB Hunt missed revenue and profit expectations for the first quarter, sending shares down more than 4%
Waste Management and Advanced Disposal, two of America's largest waste-management companies, are joining forces in a $4.9 billion deal.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos just finalized the terms of his divorce with MacKenzie Bezos. The two announced in January they had filed for divorce after 25 years of marriage.
It's all anyone is talking about. It's dominating the headlines. It's the biggest event of the year. No, we're not talking about the final season of Game of Thrones. We're talking about the Amazon Spring Sale, which ends at midnight on April 15.
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Employees at the 20 highest-paying U.S. companies make, on average, $100,000 or more. 16 of the firms are in California, in or near Silicon Valley.
Amazon competitors are reportedly embracing the company's online store as some of them close hundreds of brick and mortar shops, opting to sell their products directly through Amazon due to benefits such as the company's delivery system.