Amazon blames disappointing results on fuel costs and lower demand

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Amazon greatly expanded its physical storage capacity to meet pandemic demand
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Amazon greatly expanded its physical storage capacity to meet pandemic demand

But cloud computing business continues to grow strongly

Amazon's stock dropped sharply in late trading Thursday after the company's first-quarter results and outlook disappointed investors. Both the company's core online retailing division and its advertising...

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