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The stock market may be closed Monday in the U.S.,  but Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is still hard at work making news. On this Civil Right Day, though, that work is being announced from across the pond, as the company is putting forth a couple of news items that continue to show the online retailer’s growth and reach in the global marketplace. One such move involves its Amazon Web Services cloud computing service, and the other announcement involved the expansion of its amazon Lockers partnership with brick-and-mortar retailers. Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) stock closed last week at $272.12 per share, up 1.6 percent for the week and nearly 9 percent for the current calendar year.


The U.K. National Rail announced that it has selected a new host for its Web site, and Amazon Web Services by (NASDAQ:AMZN) has won the contract that will secure the Web site into the public cloud space. National Rail, which runs virtually all the rail service in the empire, announced last spring that it would be shopping for a new web host to support its activities, which attract about 19 million visitors every month.

National Rail had said it was looking to improve on its availability, as the site sometimes has interruptions due to heavy traffic, and it determined that using a cloud service like the one offered by Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) would mitigate the disruptions in some measure. The National Rail Web site provides trip planning on the rail network, live information about the network and specific train movements and provides the latest information on any delays or disruptions in the system.


In a separate news item, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) announced that it had secured a new retailer partnership for its Amazon Lockers service, which allows customers to pick up or return Amazon orders to brick-and-mortar stores. What is this lucky retailer, and what does this mean for the retailer?

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