June 4: "Just a Reminder: "South Dakota v. Wayfair, Inc." Is Yet To Be Decided (AMZN)"
The retail behemoth says something like 80% of the transaction tax due gets paid, either as sales tax collected by the retailer or self-declared as use tax by the purchaser but that seems awfully high.June 5: "GDPR, China and Data Sovereignty are Ultimately Wins for Amazon and Google" (AMZN; GOOG)
I've a sneaking suspicion we are about to find out what actual compliance is this Supreme Court session.
Here's the background at ScotusBlog:...
As will be the sales tax case mentioned yesterday. Amazon has the resources to deal with the 12,000 taxing jurisdictions, while its smaller competitors have no chance.June 21 (ZH)
Internet Stocks Tumble After SCOTUS Rules On State Internet Tax Collection
Wrong reaction from the 'puters: AMZN $1730.22 down $19.86 (-1.13%)
June 22 early pre-market: $1736.75 up $6.53 .