Internet Retail e-commerce

  • Amazon Vehicles will help users research cars

    The new platform will be an extension of Amazon's Automotive store.

  • Pisani: Financials lead, retail lag

    CNBC's Bob Pisani looks ahead at the early market action, including the latest in the retail sector.

  • Shoppers line up to enter a Cartier store, a unit of Cie. Financiere Richemont SA, on Canton Road in the Tsim Sha Tsui area of Hong Kong.

    China’s luxury consumers are moving beyond bricks and mortar and going online for their next python-skin handbag fix.

  • *Investors in China warehouses include Warburg Pincus, Carlyle. *China online shopping revenues expected to hit $1.1 trln in 2018. "The thinking was even if it didn't necessarily scale to the size we were anticipating, we had a good sense that while Boston is a pretty decent size city in the U.S., China should have far more modern warehousing space over the longer term,"...

  • *Investors in China warehouses include Warburg Pincus, Carlyle. *China online shopping revenues expected to hit $1.1 trln in 2018. "The thinking was even if it didn't necessarily scale to the size we were anticipating, we had a good sense that while Boston is a pretty decent size city in the U.S., China should have far more modern warehousing space over the longer term,"...

  • Best Buy's big beat

    CNBC's Courtney Reagan breaks down Best Buys's quarterly numbers and takes a closer look at comparable sales.

  • Analyst: Best Buy best e-commerce growth rate in retail

    Matthew McClintock, Barclays Investment Bank senior retail analyst, and Peter Keith, Piper Jaffray senior research analyst, share their take on Best Buy. Also, CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports the latest of what Best Buy CEO Hubert Joly has to say about the growth and outlook of his company.

  • Amazon to offer new music streaming services

    The e-commerce giant could release two versions of the subscription services for its echo devices.

  • Scentre Earnings

    Mall operators will need to integrate physical stores and digital technology to adapt to the rise of e-commerce, says Peter Allen, CEO of Scentre Group.

  • Aug 22- Office Depot Inc said on Monday Chief Executive Roland Smith would retire, three months after the second-largest U.S. office supplies retailer and bigger rival Staples Inc abandoned their planned merger. The company also said it would consolidate its retail, contract, ecommerce and marketing operations under a newly created role of chief operating...

  • Aug 22- Office Depot Inc said on Monday Chief Executive Roland Smith would retire, three months after the second-largest U.S. office supplies retailer and bigger rival Staples Inc abandoned their planned merger. The company also said it would consolidate its retail, contract, ecommerce and marketing operations under a newly created role of chief operating...

  • ANT PKG

    Ant Financial Services Group's Chen Long says China's online consumption is growing tremendously, although it might be affected by the economic slowdown.

  • Walmart Earnings

    Better store experience and improved employee morale are keeping Walmart ahead of other brick and mortar retailers, says The Motley Fool's Dan Kline.

  • Walmart Earnings

    The disparity was so wide, it's almost as if Walmart and Target weren't operating on the same planet, says Wedbush Securities' Michael James.

  • Walmart Earnings

    Walmart is investing back in its stores amid a difficult retail environment, says Consumer Edge Research's David Schick.

  • What is Wal-Mart doing right?

    Joe Agnese, S&P Capital IQ, shares his bullish take on the future of Wal-Mart.

  • Last week, it announced the acquisition of online startup Jet.com for over $3 billion to better compete with Amazon.com Inc.. Wal-Mart also increased entry level wages to $10 an hour earlier this year and said it will invest $2.7 billion in employee compensation and training over two years, a move it said contributed to improved service in its stores.

  • US consumer in better shape: Analyst

    Oliver Chen, Cowen and Co. Senior Retail Analyst, discusses Wal-Mart's quarterly report including its competition with Target and Amazon as well as the health of the U.S. consumer.

  • Earlier this year, Wal-Mart said it would invest $2.7 billion over two years to increase entry-level wages to $10 an hour, a move the company said has led to cleaner stores, faster checkouts and improved customer service. Excluding a non-cash gain of $535 million from sale of Wal-Mart's China e-commerce business, operating income dropped 7.2 percent.

  • Wal-Mart posts 'solid' performance: Pro

    Budd Bugatch, Raymond James, says he is very pleased with Wal-Mart's performance which beat his estimates.