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  • Target's bathroom policy: CEO

    We want to make sure we provide a welcoming environment for all of our guests, says Brian Cornell, Target CEO, talking about complying with transgender bathroom policies while maintaining safety for all customers.

  • Target CEO:  Stores still count

    Brian Cornell, Target CEO, discusses his company's strategy to make shopping convenient for consumers amid a bustling e-commerce environment.

  • Thomas Zilliacus, former CEO of Nokia Asia Pacific, talks to Managing Asia about his Singapore-listed YuuZoo, a social e-commerce platform.

  • Amazon Earnings

    Charles Sizemore, Sizemore Capital Management CIO, says's price target at $1,000 is entirely possible, but may only be achieved in 2017.

  • Bernstein gives Amazon a $1,000 price target

    Analysts at the firm call the current consensus estimates 'shockingly low.'

  • Users of Amazon's service will be able to make their videos available in United States, Germany, Austria, the United Kingdom and Japan. The company has also signed up several partners for the service, including Conde Nast Entertainment, the Guardian, tech blog Mashable and toymaker Mattel Inc.. Amazon recently launched a monthly subscription to the program for...

  • May 10- Inc launched a service on Tuesday that allows users to post videos and earn royalties from them, setting up the world's biggest online retailer to compete directly with Alphabet Inc's YouTube. The service, called Amazon Video Direct, will make the uploaded videos available to rent or own, to view free with ads, or be packaged together and offered...

  • Groupon sues IBM over patent

    The online marketplace is accusing the tech giant of infringing a patent that helps businesses find customers based on location.


    Ronald Wan from Partners Capital International says faces stiff competition from Alibaba, as well as weakening domestic demand.

  • Sliding down a hill, sliding numbers, missed revenue fell more than 8 percent after posting revenue that missed estimates and grew at its slowest pace ever.

  • BENGALURU/ BEIJING May 9- Chinese online retailer forecast slower revenue growth for the second quarter on Monday, sending its shares tumbling more than 9 percent even though its expansion in the first three months broadly met expectations.' s shares fell as much as 9.1 percent to $22.90 in morning trading in New York and were down at $23.00 at 1502...

  • Atlas Air

    Shares of Atlas Air Worldwide rose nearly 30 percent after the company unveiled a new partnership with e-commerce giant Amazon.

  • Investors welcomed the higher-than-expected revenue, sending the firm's American Depository shares up 3.7 percent to $78.60 by 1435 GMT. "Whatever they are doing must be working, and most importantly it's a sign that the Chinese consumer may not be weakening quite yet," said Gil Luria of Wedbush Securities. Its online finance affiliate Ant Financial Services...

  • Alibaba jumps on revenue beat

    The Chinese e-commerce company posting a quarterly revenue beat, up 39%, helped by a rise in gross merchandise volume.

  • May 5- Alibaba Group Holding Ltd, China's biggest e-commerce company, said fourth-quarter revenue rose 39 percent, beating Wall Street estimates, helped by growth in gross merchandise volume. The company's American Depository shares were up 3.5 percent at $78.48 on Thursday. Revenue rose to 24.2 billion yuan in the quarter ended March 31 from 17.4 billion yuan...

  • Investing in retail, travel and E-commerce

    Alibaba and are some of the best stocks in the sector, according to Christian Magoon, CEO of Amplify ETFs.

  • Top VC long Amazon

    Chamath Palihapitiya, Social Capital Founder & Managing Partner, discusses his long position on Amazon and his view on the business model.

  • May 4- Canada's Shopify Inc, a maker of software that helps retailers set up and manage online stores, posted better-than-expected results and raised its full-year revenue forecast. However, the company said it expects a bigger 2016 operating loss of $41 million- $47 million, compared with a previous forecast of $36 million- $42 million, due to higher...

  • The Amazon debate: Is it unstoppable?

    Gene Munster has an overweight rating on Amazon at Piper Jaffray while CNBC contributor Jan Kniffen, J. Rogers Kniffen WWE CEO, says Amazon's biggest competitor is Wal-Mart.

  • Jeff Bezos

    Amazon rose 10 percent in early trade after a slew of Wall Street analysts praised the e-commerce giant's first-quarter results.