However, the company is facing the same slow user growth that is plaguing Facebook. Twitter shares plunged up to 20% in premarket trading after the social media platform said monthly active users had fallen by one million. But just like Facebook, Twitter said it's hitting a limit on how many people it can attract to its service , raising hairy questions about what these services can become.
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According to the research firm eMarketer , Amazon's e-commerce revenue will grow more than 28 per cent this year to reach US$394 billion, and will account for 49 per cent of USA online retail sales and almost five percent of all retail spending.
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The president again suggested the two sides could one day have no tariffs or barriers or subsidies on their products. Some personal chemistry with a fellow veteran dealmaker and a quick sense that Donald Trump was ready to bargain helped Jean-Claude Juncker strike a surprise accord to avert a transatlantic trade war , for now.
The company's head count has already risen 47 percent since a year ago, to 30,275. FAANG refers to Facebook , Apple , Amazon , Netflix and Google (Alphabet ). And it continued to suffer fallout from investigations into Russian manipulation of the platform during the 2016 US presidential election. Growth in the number of users who logged in each day fell short, too, up 11 percent year-over-year at 1.47 billion but still less than the 1.49 billion anticipated.