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Temporary seasonal workers are filling the 31 RV parks around Fernley, east of Reno, to work at Amazon.
Coffee chain Starbucks said it could pay up to 20 million pounds more in tax as it announced plans to change its accounting practises, surrendering to widespread criticism.
While many believe the economy has improved compared to this time last year, Americans remain conservative in their holiday shopping plans.
Here are Wednesday's morning movers.
Securing the rights to first-run Disney movies starting in 2016 is a big deal for Netflix — it sent Netflix shares soaring. It's the first time the streaming video service has acquired the rights to a major studio films in the 'premium TV' window, beating HBO, Showtime and Starz.
Netflix shares skyrocketed on Tuesday after the streaming video service announced it scored an exclusive deal with Disney.
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Travel companies may make their brands more Amazon-like.
There's plenty of bearishness, but not many shares of Amazon short. Why? TheStreet.com reports.
More change in distribution, music, and publishing ahead.
At the beginning of the fourth quarter Jim Cramer put together a list of stocks he thought would garner a lot of attention from growth funds.
They're cracking open the end-of-the-world wine in Bugarach, the village that is expected to be saved by aliens before the end.
Lawmakers want to investigate eBay.
Usually Cramer is keen to gather answers. But this time he felt the question was far more important.
Mad Money host Jim Cramer breaks down how the "Three Musketeers" of tech including Apple, Amazon and Google, are faring.
Among retailers poised for a profitable holiday shopping season, several names look to stand out in the sector, Durban Capital’s Steve Kernkraut said Thursday on CNBC.
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With Groupon stock rallying on reports that the board is talking about replacing Andrew Mason, the embattled CEO took the stage at Business Insider's Ignition conference. He fielded a slew of questions from Henry Blodget, and defended his leadership of the company, ahead of a Groupon board meeting this afternoon.