Amazon first-quarter revenue matches expectations
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25
SAN FRANCISCO, April 25 (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc's first-quarter revenue jumped 22 percent to $16.07 billion, propelled by growing sales of digital content, cloud-computing services and gains in its main retail business.
The world's largest Internet retailer had been expected to record revenue of $16.1 billion in the typically slower first quarter, according to average forecasts on Wall Street.
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