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As retailers focus more on subscription services to drive e-commerce sales, CNBC looks at prices at Target and Amazon.
Though several retailers reported disappointing quarterly results on Tuesday, CNBC's Jim Cramer said some names are working.
While everyone is waiting for Alibaba to announce pricing terms, rival JD.com is set to go public this week.
Staples forecast a decline in sales in the current quarter as it struggles to win back shoppers who have shifted office supply purchases to e-retailers, mass merchants and drugstores.
The 'cloud' conjures images of a remote place in the sky where people store documents, photos and music, yet the reality couldn't be more different.
No one questions that GoPro's mini hi-def cameras are cool, but cool and a solid investment for the future are two different things.
What is Amazon hiding in a giant orange locker in the middle of San Francisco? CNBC's Josh Lipton reports.
The godfather of technical analysis has turned massively bearish on the Nasdaq and the Russell 2000.
Amazon will launch three original children's TV shows this summer for Prime members on the company's instant video service.
Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:
Commissioners expressed their misgivings, but have voted to go forward and accept public comment.
Wal-Mart is fast becoming a "fierce threat" to Amazon's dominance of online shopping, a leading retail analyst tells CNBC.
If you hold Amazon, Jim Cramer hopes you have a strong stomach. There's a new reason for shares to decline.
Amazon has fallen nearly 100 points from its January highs. Mad Money host Jim Cramer says Amazon is an amazing company and looks at how the upcoming IPO Alibaba may impact Amazon's performance.
Alibaba is taking a tougher line against counterfeits sold on its online marketplaces as it heads towards a U.S. stock listing.
Jim Cramer fears these stocks will leave you in an awful position. He thinks you should sell a bounce.
Some of Monday's midday movers:
Steven Dennis says it's time for the company to "stop the charade and embrace the inevitable."
Apple has cut in half the time it takes to give refunds to online store customers who want to return their iPhones and other gadgets.
Michael Wolf, Activate co-founder, explains when he thinks the reported deal of Apple to buy Beat makes sense. Wolf says the fact that analysts don't get the deal probably means it's the right thing.