Amazon Prime Extends To Canada As Shares Hit Record High

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3:50 PM EDT January 8th, 2013

Amazon is extending its popular Prime service to Canada, but Canadian members won’t have access to Prime Instant Video or the Kindle library lending program, notes Venture Beat

In other Amazon news, the company’s shares hit their new all-time high of Monday after Morgan Stanley gave the company a positive review, reports The Wall Street Journal.

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