If that's the case then there's something for the state to seize.It's probably just a matter of doing some math to determine if it makes more sense to stay there and collect the tax or leave and refuse to do so.Leave and the state sizes the office but you keep more CA customers.Stay and collect and you get to keep the office but you lose at least *some* CA customers.
Shares of Amazon reached an all-time high Thursday as investors bid up the stock in anticipation of the company’s announcement of additions to its Kindle tablet line (CNET’s live blog of the event starts at 10 a.m.). Amazon’s stock is up more than 43 percent for the year. In part, the stock is climbing on the assumption that gross profit margins are going to continue to increase. During Amazon’s second quarter, gross profits margins widened to 26.1 percent from 24.1 percent, which surpassed Wall Street’s expectations for the company. At least for now, that calmed the critics who pointed to the continuing heavy investments in marketing, infrastructure, and fulfillment.
SHORT THE STOCK!