Today we feature our breakdown of the business segments that are
driving Salesforce.com's (
) stock value. The company's most recent quarterly earnings
results, posted last week, point towards an encouraging growth
trend in customer additions. We also look at the outlook for
) Kindle unit sales, as competition amongst e-readers heats up.
And test your knowledge on
(NYSE:KO) in today's quiz. How has the company's carbonated soft
drink market share trended over the past 3 years?
Company of the Day
Salesforce.com announced its fiscal year Q1 2012 earnings last
week, and raised its revenue forecast range to $2.15-2.17 billion
for the full fiscal year 2012. The company noted that faster growth
in customer additions is driving the positive outlook.
Salesforce.com had net addition of 5,400 customers in the last
quarter taking the total paying customer count to 97,700.
See our complete analysis for Salesforce.com
Forecast of the Day
Amazon is the market leader in the e-Books market and claims its
market share to be around 70-80%, according to an interview
conducted by CNET. Amazon's edge lies in its inventory of e-Books,
more than 710,000 in total. Amazon also offers an app for the iPad
that allows users to download e-Books from Amazon and read them on
See our full analysis for Amazon stock
Quiz of the Day
Over the past 3 years, how has Coca-Cola's international
carbonated soft drink market share trended?