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CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on the internet giant's leap into the digital payment space by launching a mobile payment system for android users.
A look at Google's big move to be the leader in mobile banking and how it could change the way you pay for everything, with CNBC's Mary Thompson, and Paul Galanti, Citi Global Enterprise Payments CEO.
Discussing the safety of electronic commerce and what consumers need to know to protect themselves against hackers, with John Hering, Lookout CEO.
CNBC's Mary Thompson reports on Google getting into the mobile payment system business, and the big players in this newest venture.
The "Mad Money" host explains why and reveals how to trade it.
Barnes & Nobles is trying to cash in on e-books' explosive growth, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
The "Fast Money" traders reveal which stocks they're monitoring in trading Tuesday.
May 21 is the new doomsday and everyone is preparing in their own special way: Believers are out spreading the word. Atheists are planning a picnic. And some entrepreneurial types are offering to buy your stuff.
Amazon says its e-book sales have surpassed its printed counterparts.
Discussing recent stock weakness and future growth prospects for the world's largest video game retailer, with Paul Raines, GameStop CEO.
So here's how Cramer's playing it.
Expanding the e-commerce on line offerings and redefining style, with Susan Lyne, Gilt Groupe Chairman and Ruth Reichl, Gilt Taste editorial advisor.
High gasoline prices have not derailed the economic recovery, but that’s small comfort to Loraine Greene. A customer relations manager in the Hudson Valley of New York, Ms. Greene spent the weekend packing up to move to a rental house much closer to work. The New York Times reports.
Rovio CEO Mikael Hed told CNBC.com he wants to use the extraordinary success of the Angry Birds mobile game to build a diversified entertainment franchise spanning all media.
More individuals and companies in China are using social media to make money, fuelling expectations that websites such as Weibo will start making money sooner than Twitter – which is blocked in China – and other western rivals, the FT reports.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin takes a look at an interesting new take on a business model from Kim Kardashian's online store, ShoeDazzle.
The definition needs to meet these parameters, Cramer said.
Citigroup shares fell after its reverse stock split, leading options trader Jon Najarian to look at whether reverse stock splits have ever worked.
Skype co-founder Niklas Zennstrom tells CNBC.com about his past successes, and what sort of entrepreneurs he’s looking to invest in with his venture capital company Atomico.
A look at what flash sale sites are worth to investors, with Hillery Nye, Madrona Law Group, and Grant Cardone, "If You're Not First You're Last" author.