Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Amazon will invest $3 billion in India this year as it looks to step up its challenge to local e-commerce players.
The S&P 500 is at risk of a 5-percent to 10-percent pullback to the 19,000 to 20,000 range, Goldman's David Kostin said.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos says find the things that will matter for the next 10 years.
Oppenheimer reiterated an outperform rating on Amazon and raised the price target to $930 from $780.
Goldman Sachs Chief U.S. equity strategist David Kostin weighs in on markets, margin expansion, dividends and oil.
It's clear that if the market is going to climb again in 2016, it won't necessarily be on the back of Facebook, Amazon, Netflix and Google.
An on-demand T-shirt business that manufactures in the USA has inked a deal with the NFL and wooed top-flight venture capital backers.
The mutual fund giant invests in disruptive start-ups raising late-stage financing. It's goal: to be in the game before they go public.
The San Francisco-based home-sharing giant is now active in 34,000 cities in 191 countries and has over 1 million listings on its platform.
Valued at $2 billion since its 2012 launch, the internet-based grocery delivery service is changing the way Americans are shopping for food.
The "Fast Money" traders said it's still worth holding Amazon after it hit all-time highs Monday and bet on it crossing $1,000.
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Blizzard Entertainment said that it will start livestreaming API into its video games allowing gaming sessions going directly to FB.
Paul Holland, Foundation Capital General Partner, talks with CNBC's Carl Quintanilla about Netflix's spot in the content wars and the culture of bingeing media.
CNBC anchor Carl Quintanilla will be the host of the digital series "Binge" that takes a look what's driving the culture of binge watching — and not just through the eyes of the stock market.
The money that Amazon and Netflix are throwing around isn't the only thing that scares Tinseltown.
Investors tend to overpay for growth in a slow-growth environment and overlook value elsewhere, Jason Pride says.
Facebook, Netflix, Expedia post big gains in Fortune 500