Breaking Down Amazon's 1st-Qtr Earnings

April 24 (Bloomberg) -- Amazon said expenses rose 23 percent during the first quarter, limiting profit to 23 cents a share on sales of $19.74 billion. Paul Sweeney breaks down the numbers on Bloomberg Television's "Street Smart." (Source: Bloomberg)

Optimizing the World’s $12T Seaborne Trade
04:16 - The world's shipping fleet carries roughly 12 trillion dollars' worth of goods each year. With so much at stake, even a few minutes of wasteful deployment can cost hundreds of millions. In an interview with Bloomberg North’s Anthony Lacavera, Adam Compain, co-founder and CEO of ClearMetal, explains how they’re making improvements to increase supply chain productivity. (Source: Bloomberg)
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