It’s a classic case of “buy low, sell high”.
A company with an impressive amount of cash is looking to buy a major hardware company and put a big chunk of its workforce in the United States.
The big question now is how big Amazon will really get with this deal, and what impact it will have on the retail sector as a whole.
The answer is, surprisingly, pretty darn good.
First, the company has announced that Home Depot’s home improvement business is getting a $1.4 billion cash infusion, which will allow it to accelerate its $5 billion acquisition plan.
Home Depot also announced that its home goods and appliance business, which sells kitchenware, dishwashers and other items, will get $4.2 billion, which would make it one of the biggest acquisitions in US history.
Home Depot will also get a $3 billion buyout of its hardware business, including $1 million in cash, and $400 million in stock.
Home products will be spun off into a separate company called Home Improvement, with Amazon taking over the company’s home hardware business.
The rest of the purchase price is to be split among Home Improvement and Home Goods.
Home Improvement is an important part of the company, as it sells and installs home appliances and other home goods.
It also sells hardware and software to other retailers, such as Best Buy and Home Depot.
Amazon also has some very nice things in store for Home Depot, too.
Amazon will be buying out a majority stake in Home Improvement for $5.3 billion.
That’s $5 million per share.
The deal also includes an undisclosed portion of Home Goods, which includes furniture, electronics and home furnishings.
For its part, Home Depot has already announced plans to move its headquarters out of downtown Washington.
Amazon says that this will make it easier for the company to focus on expanding into other states.
Home Improvement will be moved to its current location at 1,000 N. Maryland St., but that won’t happen until at least 2020.