1. Amazon (3 043,22 USD per share)
As stores closed down, consumers began to shop online. Amazon had to recruit more employees to be able to handle significantly increased numbers of orders. The company is a retail seller of general merchandise, and some cheap products, such as toilet paper, became the most common part of purchases.
On the other hand, demand for clothes or more expensive products dropped. Amazon has also profited from cloud computing, which increased its sales. Due to transfer of most society into online environment, Amazon has experienced a higher demand for products as well as cloud services.