The new results highlight Amazon's increased success in making its name synonymous with online shopping in the U.S, Re/code reports.» Read More
Big investors have fallen in love with Google and analysts see the stock climbing to $1,000.
There has been the distinction between physical and electronic works--books, songs, movies--since digital goods became widely available a decade ago, but it is now under attack, both in the courts and the marketplace, reports The New York Times.
Yahoo's head of acquisition let slip that the company's working on two "significant" acquisitions. What could they be?
Forget cheap supplies. Walmart.com is debuting unique products from women-owned small businesses from around the world.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Apple has held talks with Beats Electronics on a potential partnership involving Beats' planned music-streaming service, three people familiar with the situation told Reuters.
Home diva Martha Stewart testified in court that she did nothing wrong when she signed an agreement to open up shops within J.C. Penney stores.
Internet-delivered TV, which until recently was unready for prime time, is the new front in the war for Americans’ attention spans, The New York Times reports.
Google is launching a same-day delivery service called Google Shopping Express to rival Amazon's Prime business, according to a report.
The past five years haven't been the brightest for the economy or consumers, but that hasn't held back retail stocks. It's been the consumer that has led the way for the Dow Jones Industrial Average since the Oct. 9, 2007, closing peak for the blue chip index, with two retailers landing among the top five performers since that time.
Chinese hackers are one problem. But so are employees who put company information online with their smartphones and tablets.
Despite Best Buy's better-than-expected earnings and revenue, one analyst likened it to the Titanic on an iceberg crash course.
Groupon fired CEO Andrew Mason on Thursday afternoon. Mason said he's leaving because he's become a distraction for the company as it continues its turnaround. But how can it turn itself around? TheStreet.com reports.
Consumer electronics giant Best Buy reported quarterly earnings and revenue that exceeded Wall Street's expectations.
Consumers may be more willing to give something new a try, but their standards are incredibly high and their criteria for long-term adoption are very strict, warns this pro.
More than 200 companies have signed on to a supporting brief calling for the Supreme Court to overturn part of the Defense of Marriage Act. The NYT reports.
Value investor Bob Olstein explains why he thinks Amazon is poised to drop 50 percent over the next few years. CNBC's Gary Kaminsky, weighs in.
Best Buy founder Richard Schulze's effort to take the company private is in trouble after attempts to secure financing faltered, while an alternative strategy to line up minority investors may not pan out either, Reuters reported.
Cyberattacks are happening and are a serious threat, but companies may not want to reveal them for fears of liability and brand damage.
The "Mad Money" host reveals what he plans to follow in the days to come.