Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN)

Industry: Catalog/Specialty Distribution

Social Sentiment & Activity

Daily Sentiment Score & 7 Day Moving Average
Activity

Popular Topics & Highlights

... Foods cut health benefits for part-time workers to save money? Tax the rich.

... Amazon, wants employees to "donate" paid time off to each other during the coronavirus outbreak. At the same time, Amazon paid a 1.2% tax rate on $13B in ...

... Amazon pay NO TAXES. We could ride out the coronavirus pandemic if we raise taxes on the rich ...

... proceeds to throw it in trash, grab phone & order a Phillies hat off Amazon 👀 👀 👀 ...

... for essential workers' rights incl. hazard pay, paid leave, & COVID-safe workplace ...

... in Chicago have been organizing to secure paid time off and just got the company to ...

... to smear Chris Smalls, one of their own warehouse workers, as "not smart or articulate" ...

... you're home on a work from home policy, don't buy all your food from Amazon or all your ...

... for the virus. Meanwhile, it demands its employees put in mandatory overtime.

... multi-billion pound corporations are allowed to walk free and pay next to no tax at all. We are ...

Analysis

Yesterday, Saturday, April 4, we saw negative social sentiment for Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN). We gave it a score of -44. There was a significant amount of activity, such as likes and shares, on social media.

Over the prior 7 days we calculated an average sentiment score of 4 (neutral). Over the prior 14 days our AI scored an average sentiment of -7 (neutral). And for the prior 30 days our social sentiment score for Amazon.com, Inc. (AMZN) is -6 (neutral).

Disclaimer

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