Donald Trump took to Twitter on Monday, as he does, to blast Jeff Bezos, The Washington Post and Amazon.
If you're shopping for the last minute gift of stock this year, you might want to think twice about splurging on some of the hottest holiday names.
Look out, Amazon! A new tool is promising your prices at local retailers. NBCNews reports.
Former Saks CEO Steve Sadove reflects on what can fix department store sales.
Amazon is using drones, fleets and cars to ship its goods. Can it deliver? Why one analyst says no.
Amazon will employ its own fleet of trucks to deliver orders around the country, in addition to existing delivery methods, the company said Friday.
Investors looking to enter the retail space should consider buying this stock, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Amazon has partnered with Chinese internet giant Baidu which will provide services for the U.S. e-commerce site's tablets in China.
Amid reports that Google's YouTube could get more involved in original content, some traders shied away from Netflix.
YouTube is looking to beef up its subscription service, called Red, by going after streaming rights to movies and TV shows, the WSJ says.
Cowen and Co. determined the median age and average household income for shoppers at several major retailers.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
U.S. stock futures were sharply higher, after yesterday's slide essentially wiped out Tuesday's big rally. Investors this morning are focusing on the Fed and the European Central Bank.
The world's biggest security company, G4S, has been ejected from the FTSE 100 along with supermarket group Wm Morrisons.
U.S. stocks closed lower, with selling accelerating in late afternoon trade after oil broke below $40 a barrel and there was more evidence of a weak manufacturing sector in the Fed's Beige Book.
Goldman's Robert Boroujerdi presented seven future theme predictions and their investment implications in a note to clients Wednesday.
Analysts discuss the possible repercussions and effects of a rate divergence between Europe and the United States.
EU regulators are likely to widen their crackdown on corporate tax dodging with an investigation into a McDonald's deal.
Despite its many potential risks, this hot tech gadget, coveted by kids and adults alike, is currently selling on eBay every 12 seconds.
Roughly two-thirds of the top 50 innovative companies are not squarely in technology, according to a ranking by The Boston Consulting Group.