Amazon Prime Day has lost momentum

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( — Amazon Prime Day is losing momentum, according to the Wall Street Journal, reflecting a slowdown in sales growth. The WSJ cites data that shows sales growth on Amazon Prime Day has slowed and consumers are not placing as large orders as before, as the company is investing less in the event, with many of the offerings now on Amazon’s own. focusing on the products. The data also shows that the discounts on a wide variety of items, except electronics, are no bigger on Amazon than on any other day.

According to the Sunday Times, in another register, note that Amazon Prime will be considering a possible offer on Channel 4. A former Channel 4 executive told The Sunday Times that Amazon Prime and Netflix would consider the purchase. The former executive says all major US media companies will spend some time on the idea, but Paramount – which owns Channel 5 – is the only one that “hasn’t shied away from the obligations that come with owning a public service broadcaster in the UK.” Is”. , Actor Idris Elba is said to be in discussions with Miroma Group for a £1 billion bid for Channel 4, which The Sunday Times has received at least 25 expressions of interest. A Tory source eventually told The Sunday Times that Culture Secretary Nathan Dorris may choose to introduce a media bill that includes the privatization of Channel 4 before the currently scheduled week of July 17.


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