Amazon.com has enjoyed considerable stock market growth in recent years with the growing popularity of the online retailer extraordinaire. At the beginning of 2012, it seemed the company could do no wrong with a net income of $0.28 per share, beating many analysts' expectations. However, little more than a year later, recent data has increased investors' concerns over what seems like a rapidly growing trend: declining profits.
Facebook's newest product, the Graph Search, promises to revolutionize the social network. The idea of personalized search, however, is nothing new.
Apple has dominated the tablet world with a 62 percent global market share, compared to Amazon's 22 percent. But a new line of Kindles might just cut the distance between the companies' successes.
But is online retailing really a better option as opposed to in-store shopping?
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