Facebook, Apple, Amazon, Microsoft, Netflix, And Google Business Models: How They Work & Make Money


FAANG is an acronym that comprises the hottest tech companies’ stocks in 2019. Those are Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Alphabet’s Google. The term was coined by Jim Cramer, former hedge fund manager and host of CNBC’s Mad Money and founder of the publication TheStreet.

In this video, more than FAANG we look at FAAMNG (Microsoft added to the mix) to understand how the business models of Facebook Amazon, Apple, Microsoft, Netflix and Google work and how the boundaries of today’s business world are more blurred than they used to be in the past.

And that creates a whole new way to look at business strategy.

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Gennaro Cuofano

Gennaro is the creator of FourWeekMBA which reached over a million business students, executives, and aspiring entrepreneurs in 2020 alone | He is also Head of Business Development for a high-tech startup, which he helped grow at double-digit rate | Gennaro earned an International MBA with emphasis on Corporate Finance and Business Strategy | Visit The FourWeekMBA BizSchool | Or Get The FourWeekMBA Flagship Book "100+ Business Models"