Even with this week's weakness, Amazon.com stock has been outperforming rival retailers though it will likely face a fairly volatile trading day after it reports.» Read More
There is a familiar sense of déjà vu. In some ways, it's the year 2000 once again in the IPO world. Zynga, maker of social games such as "FarmVille" and "CityVille," becomes the latest company to feed the social-media frenzy with its IPO plans to raise US $1 billion.
About 47 percent of total flat-panel televisions shipped in four years will have Internet connectivity, as manufacturers bet on the expansion of Netflix and direct-to-consumer offerings from content producers like Time Warner’s HBO.
Apple, Google, Amazon push Nasdaq 100 into positive territory, with CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
After weathering choppy sales this spring, retailers should see the strongest back-to-school sales in several years, according to Craig Johnson, president of Customer Growth Partners.
Heath Terry, managing director of Canaccord Genuity, told CNBC Tuesday he believes Google stock can easily reach $800 a share based on increasing Android-powered mobile communications revenue and market share.
A slew of tech stocks including Netflix, Amazon, Dell, IBM, all traded at or near multi-year highs. If you're a bull, the Fast traders think this trend may be your friend.
Investors are told to look for a combination of growth, profitability, fiscal strength and low valuation. A stock possessing all of these characteristics should be an attractive candidate. In theory, this holds true. In practice, you need to take your analysis a step further and consider qualitative factors.
Here's why you should keep a close eye on these six stocks.
Cramer makes the call on viewers' favorite stocks.
CNBC's Jon Fortt reports California democratics struck a budget deal without the GOP; Amazon is getting into the digital ad business; and HP launches a Facebook app.
While Greece is front and center for markets this week, some traders are watching the rally in tech with interest.
When J.K. Rowling announced her new web venture, "Pottermore," in a secretive and much-hyped announcement this morning, some of her biggest fans were disappointed that the site isn't a bigger deal.
The "Fast Money" team digs into Amazon’s latest move in its battle over sales tax and how the consumer and other retailers may be affected.
Amazon.com wants to make a deal with Texas- the proposed offer would let customers in Texas off the hook of paying sales tax for the next 4.5 years and in exchange the company would bring 5,000 jobs, with David Strasser, Janney Montgomery Scott.
Amazon is offering to bring jobs to Texas but the state must promise not to charge a 6.25 percent sales tax, reports CNBC's Jon Fortt.
Netflix just can't stay out of the spotlight-such is the plight of a company whose stock is up 106 percent in the past 12 months and whose technology could pose a major threat to satellite and cable TV operators, not to mention TV networks.
As we hit the road for family vacations this summer to reunite with relatives and old friends, we brace ourselves. There's always someone we're forced to see whom we can't stand. Maybe it's their politics, religion, lifestyle or hairstyle, but, inevitably, a heated debate blows up like lighter fluid around the backyard bbq.
As an individual company Dangdang is strong and "having very fast growth," Peggy Yu Yu, co-founder and executive chairwoman of E-Commerce China Dangdang, told CNBC Monday.
The “Mad Money” host reveals his “Game Plan” for the days to come.
Two tech initial public offerings that you may not have heard much about are now actively underway.