When it comes to Technology companies, headcount reductions are rarely "one & done". This used to be especially true of Bay Area Technology companies which are famous for lacking operating discipline (i.e. cost discipline). However, the Bay Area aversion to running profitable businesses has permeated the Tech sector over the past 12 years of easy … Continue reading Tech Company Layoffs Are Rarely “One & Done”
Walmart's (tkr: WMT), E-Commerce offerings continued to scale with revenues of $17.1 billion in Q4 and $60.3 billion for the year. E-Commerce accounted for approximately 11% of Walmart's total Net Sales for the year ended January 31st. WMT E-Commerce is larger than many e-commerce companies from a revenue standpoint including PayPal, Shopify, Square and Wayfair … Continue reading Walmart E-Commerce Continues To Scale. A Spin-Off Could Unlock Shareholder Value.
We spent much of last week collecting e-commerce and payments-related data. That long-form TEK2day report is on the back burner for now. In the interim we share our general thoughts on e-commerce and one retail giant in particular. The retail space is having difficulty overcoming COVID having suffered record bankruptcies. Brooks Brothers is the latest … Continue reading E-Commerce Is Fluid and Walmart Appears UndervaluedPremium
Google parent company Alphabet (tkr: GOOG) needs to acquire Walmart (tkr: WMT) to better compete with Amazon (tkr: AMZN) and to reverse the negative trend in Google's core search advertising business. While arch nemesis Amazon continues to make strides in retail (Amazon.com, Amazon Go, Key, Prime, Wholefoods), Google’s retail path has not been quite so … Continue reading Google Needs to Acquire Walmart