Business Analysis Of Amazon

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1076 words
1076 words

Amazon is a large well-known business that I decided to write about because it’s a site where many people worldwide and students from Montclair State University (MSU) use to purchase many things such as books and other necessity for their classes. Amazon was the business that I picked rather then other institutions because I wanted to develop and research their company in depth to find out different techniques and discover what Amazon is all about. Especially since it’s a company that many of my friends and family members use every day. “ is an American e-commerce company based in Seattle, Washington. Founded in 1994 by Jeff Bezos, and launched in 1995, began as an online bookstore before diversifying its product lines.” …show more content…

In addition, Amazon uses different inputs in their business that creates what’s called factors of production. In this business their natural resource is building sites, and technology centers that have their own shipments areas within the entire world and support centers. Also, their capital consists of technology, online equipment, software, credit cards interest, and charges on shipments. Their human resource will include all the customer service assistants, tech supporters, safety and protection management, and etc. In this organization entrepreneurship is not really addressed, but in previous research you can tell that this business operates with a public enterprise, which involves the government and takes no risk, but just operate a regular business as an online service for the customers. The following charts shows the net income of Amazon throughout the last five years. As we analyze this chart we can see that Amazon had an uneven trend of income as it increases and decreaed drastically, but in 2015 it reached its peak where it made around 520 million. Furthermore, this company is involved with completion tremendously with many other online websites that are provided for the consumers. Websites such as,,, TJMax, and are all different companies that have …show more content…

"This signifies that the company is willing to deliver everything to everyone, anywhere in the world." Amazon’s success is the direct result on online shopping and cons of a strong user shopping experience. The employees in Amazon are getting low- paid salaries due to the fact that this company had a large number of employed people and they believe that this is not right and unethical. This is where the unethical part of the business comes because they believe in saving money and hiring more part-timers instead of full-timers to save money on different benefits. In other words, employees receive low-income and poor quality in benefits. Also, due to many externalities in the business many workers are expected to be sent home or unemployed because due to the different corruptions and effects that is situated with the

In this essay, the author

  • Describes as a well-known e-commerce company based in seattle, washington.
  • Explains that is a profitable business that provides goods and services necessary to an economic system. their natural resource is building sites, technology, software, credit cards interest, and charges on shipments.
  • Explains that amazon provides plenty of goods and services at all prices, variations in items, payments, and protection. amazon makes money by taking a small percentage of the sale price of each item that is sold through its website.
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