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How Much Have Harley-Davidson's Shipments Fallen Since 2014?

How Much Have Harley-Davidson’s Shipments Fallen Since 2014?

Since 2014 Harley-Davidson‘s (NYSE: HOG) shipments have fallen from 270.7K in 2014 to 228.7K in 2018 which represents a total fall of 15.5%. The primary reasons are a shrinking market for their heavy weight bikes and a global slowdown. Please refer to the Trefis interactive dashboard – Why Are Harley-Davidson’s Shipments Falling? – to understand the …

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Global wearable shipments grew 85.2 percent and Apple is on top: report

Global wearable device shipments grew 85.2 percent in the second quarter of 2019, according to the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) ‘Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker.’ This tracker includes ‘Hearables,’ which the IDC classifies as a product that operates wirelessly, provide stereo sound, provide language translation, modify audio, track health/fitness and enable smart assistance. Reportedly, hearables …

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AMD Overtakes Nvidia in Graphics Shipments for First Time in 5 Years

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. AMD saw its share of the graphics market surge in Q2 2019, with total shipments larger than Nvidia for the first time in five years. At the same time, Nvidia retains a hard lock on the add-in board market for …

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Analyst firm: Google smart speaker shipments dropped in Q2 2019

According to Canalys, the global smart speaker market grew 55% in the second quarter of 2019. However, the firm reported that Google saw a nearly 20% decline in unit shipments during the period, which stands in sharp contrast to Strategy Analytics’ more bullish numbers released roughly two weeks ago. Baidu overtakes Google in report. Canalys …

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Smart speakers, smartphone shipments heading in opposite directions

According to analyst firm Canalys, global smart speaker shipments grew 131% year over year. China is now the fastest-growing smart speaker market in the world, overtaking the U.S. in the first quarter of 2019. Smartphone growth by comparison, declined by 18% in the North American market. Amazon grows its overall lead, China accelerates. Amazon remained …

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Virtual reality enters its ‘trough of despair’ as shipments decline

According to analyst firm International Data Corporation (IDC), global shipments of virtual reality (VR) headsets were down about 34 percent year over year in the second quarter. The company put a brave face on the decline, saying, “IDC expects this to be a temporary setback as the VR market finds its legs.” The firm had …

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Marketing Day: Smartphone shipments down, playable Facebook ads, Square expands & more

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Report: Google Home beats Amazon Alexa in Q1 global device shipments

According to a new quarterly tracking estimate from Canalys, Google shipped more smart speakers in Q1 2018 than Amazon. Globally, the firm said that there were roughly 9 million units shipped overall. The three largest markets are the US, China and the UK. According to the report, Google Home grew 483 percent (from a much smaller …

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Small Businesses Lose 500 Hours a Year Managing Freight Shipments – Small Business Trends

Managing freight shipments tends to be an afterthought for a lot of businesses that import and export goods. But the inefficiencies in this sector can lead to a lot of wasted time for small businesses. A recent survey from logistics company Freightos found that small businesses spend about 500 hours annually managing freight shipments. More …

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FedEx Won’t Add Holiday Surcharges on Regular Sized Shipments

Appoaching the Christmas holiday season, FedEx Corp. (NYSE: FDX) has announced it will not apply residential holiday season surcharges on regular sized shipments. Big Changes in FedEx Holiday Surcharges in 2017 “To support our millions of loyal small business customers and consumers shipping holiday gifts at FedEx Office and FedEx Onsite locations, FedEx will not …

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