The Stock of Amazon.com, Inc (NASDAQ:AMZN) closed at $1,517.86 losing 0.63% in yesterday’s trading session. The latest poll has pointed out to Amazon as the best for society, a matter that has resulted in much speculation especially among those that thought that a different company among the tech industry’s elite would emerge winner.
Amazon was pushed to the top by about 20% of respondents who took the strong stand that it had the great positive impact on the society as a whole. Behind Amazon in the Recode poll were Alphabet Inc (NASDAQ:GOOGL) and Apple Inc (NASDAQ:AAPL).
Google earned its second spot with 15% whereas Apple Inc took the third slot with 11%.The other companies that were a part of the poll included Facebook, Inc (NASDAQ:FB), Microsoft Corporation (NASDAQ:MSFT), Tesla Inc (NASDAQ:TSLA) and Uber.
The survey was conducted between April 8 and April 9 and it is worth noting that it attracted responses from about 2,800 American adults. It was on Sunday that the publication of the findings was made.
The other point that must be mentioned in this particular regard is that the poll had its basis on subjective opinions. It centers its focus on tech companies only and thus it is crucial to outline that Amazon, Google, and Apple might either stand far above–or far behind the rest of the business gurus.
A number of the market observers following closely on the latest developments have come out top make a joint statement terming it a great thing that finally light has been shed on public opinion regarding some of the tech gurus around the globe.
The recent survey has cleared doubts among quite a significant number since it was clear for everyone to see that Amazon had found a way to place itself at the pinnacle as having a monumental positive impact on the world.
Everything might seem glamorous at face value. However, there are a number of things that came out regarding some of the companies that weren’t quite attractive. For instance, the survey brought it out clearly that one of the most trusted social media network was letting user data slip into the hands of the third parties.