As employers of all sizes grapple with an acute worker shortage amid The Great Resignation, it’s become increasingly clear that people with jobs aren’t all that happy, either.
Believe it or not, Target (NYSE: TGT) has performed as well as Amazon has over the last five years. In this Motley Fool Live segment recorded on Oct. 7, Fool contributor Jeremy Bowman explains why Target stock has outperformed and why it's poised for more gains.
Global behemoth Amazon is growing revenue rapidly and efficiently. Over the last decade, Amazon has grown revenue at a compound annual rate of 27.3%. What's more, the business is growing efficiently, and operating income in that same time increased from $862 million to $22.9 billion, increasing the operating profit margin from 1.8% to 5.9%.