Roundup of Cyber Monday deals in 2017 featuring national retailers like Walmart, Target & Best Buy as well as local St. Louis deals from Park Avenue Coffee.
Are you ready for Black Friday? While the emergence of online shopping has certainly disrupted the retail industry, there are still plenty of people that are out bright and early on the Friday after Thanksgiving looking for the best deals on things like televisions, speakers, video games consoles, furniture and much more.
As expected, St. Louis and Kansas City were the only two Missouri cities to submit proposals to Amazon in the Amazon HQ2 sweepstakes by Thursday’s deadline.
Amazon is searching for a second home. The company is looking to build a second headquarters and some think St. Louis should be the site of HQ2.
Amazon set the heads of city planners and dreamers spinning today with news that the online shopping behemoth is looking to build a second company headquarters in North America. Amazon expects “HQ2”, as the plan is called, to cost as much as $5 billion to build and employ as many as 50,000 people with an average compensation package of $100,000+.
Could the second Amazon headquarters complex be in St. Louis?
War for the Planet of the Apes, Wish Upon and The Big Sick open in movie theaters across the country this weekend.
Amazon announced June 15, 2017 it would buy Whole Foods for an estimated $13.7 billion. Stocks such as Walmart, Target & Hershey plunged on the news.
Good Girls Revolt was canceled by Amazon earlier this month after just one season. Metrics for the show were reported to be positive, however that is being disputed by Amazon. The show had received positive reviews from critics and audiences alike.
Good Girls Revolt has been cancelled by Amazon after one season. The period drama about women working at a news magazine in the late 1960s stars Genevieve Angelson, Anna Camp and Erin Drake and is produced by TriStar Television, a division of Sony TV. Sony is actively looking to find a new home for the show.
This year, as with other recent years, more people will be buying more of their Christmas and Holiday gifts online from Amazon. Did you know that AmazonSmile lets you give a portion of your purchases to your favorite charity without you spending any more money than your normally would? Just go to Smile.Amazon.com