'To Kill a Mockingbird' writer snags top 2 spots on Amazon bestseller list just one day after new book is announced on pre-order.
Twitter investors have retreated in the past year, sending the stock down 39 percent, even after a rally to kick off 2015.
What people say about you online matters more than ever.
Actor Jason Lee discusses his character in the new Amazon series, "Cocked," and whether the series could open up the debate on gun control.
Staples to buy competitor Office Depot in deal that would create an office-supply giant, Reuters reports.
Will Amazon acquire some of RadioShack's property? One retail expert said it's an 'opportunistic deal' for the online behemonth.
NYSE has begun the process of de-listing RadioShack's stock. Robert Peck, SunTrust Robinson, discusses opportunities for Amazon on the news.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Amazon.com, Sprint consider acquiring some RadioShack stores after the troubled electronics retailer files for bankruptcy, Bloomberg reported.
Office-supply chains Staples and Office Depot are in advanced talks to merge, the Wall Street Journal reported.
Alibaba, the Chinese e-commerce, giant is partnering with LendingClub to help small U.S. businesses secure credit.
Apple announced one of its largest investments ever—a $2 billion global command center in Mesa, Arizona.
The Monday morning quarterbacks are out in full force criticizing Pete Carroll's Super Bowl call. While they’re at it, let's remember some of Wall Street's biggest bonehead moves.
Millions count on software to block annoying online advertisements—and that doesn't sit well with Internet giants Google, Amazon and Microsoft.
Jessica Lessin, Founder and Editor in Chief, The Information discusses Twitter and whether Dick Costolo can continue to manage Twitter down the road.
CNBC's Jane Wells confesses binge watching all her favorite shows. Studies show that binge watch is for sad and lonely souls and may have harmful effects like obesity low productivity, and strained relationships.
Stocks declined Friday after the government reported economic growth slowed sharply in the fourth quarter.
Amazon's blowout earnings on Thursday have analysts wondering if the company can keep the good news coming in the long term.
Providing choice is key to getting young people to actually pay for programming, Time Warner Chairman and CEO Jeff Bewkes tells CNBC.
The FMHR traders have the play on Amazon's big profit, as the company grows it Prime space.