Heath Terry - Goldman Sachs Group

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We continue to believe that we are in the early stages of the shift of compute to the cloud and the transition of traditional retail online and that the market is underestimating the long-term financial impact of both to Amazon. As Amazon continues to generate high cash returns on cash invested despite the growing scale of its investments … we believe growth acceleration like that we saw in 2Q is likely to continue.feedback
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Jul 14 2016 - Netflix

Internationally, we believe Netflix is still in the early stages of a long growth cycle. ... The international opportunity could be significantly larger than the domestic one over time.feedback

Feb 10 2016 - Twitter

While we continue to see value in Twitter as a platform significantly beyond its current $12 [billion] market value given its scale and user profile, the continuing management instability is likely to further delay the development of the technology and product that Twitter needs to drive user growth, engagement, and monetization.feedback

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