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Uber may be the brash darling of Silicon Valley, but it will take more than a popular smartphone app and free publicity to take this start-up further.
Despite modest overall sales growth, it's been a banner year for U.S. businesses. These 11 firms were hot in 2013.
Gadget makers showcasing latest Internet-connected TVs and smartphones at The Consumer Electronics Show is enabling a surge in streaming content.
Some of Tuesday's midday movers:
While it's impossible to predict the future, there are some tech trends that are poised to take off in the coming year, experts say.
Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA) questions which agency will potentially regulate privacy rules for drones. "Drones have a lot of potential, but people are concerned," he says.
Amazon’s 1 million-plus new Prime Members may want to watch their wallets, as membership leads shoppers to buy more items and rent more movies.
CEOs today seem to only be interested in the price of their own stock. They’re failing to invest in jobs and growth, says CNBC's Simon Hobbs.
Post-holiday sales are nothing compared to deals consumers might see in 2014. Caribbean cruises and cars are among the purchases getting cheaper.
Mike Paul, MGP and Associates; Nathan Bachrach, The Financial Network Group; and CNBC's Jeff Cox, Morgan Brennan, and Simon Hobbs discuss how Amazon, UPS, and FedEx should handle its failed Christmas deliveries snafu.
Santa's sleigh delays; frothy tech valuations; and more 'wisdom' from McDonald's. Here are this week's market winners and losers.
"It's pretty straightforward: Pick the themes, then pick the winners within the themes," Piper Jaffray's Gene Munster says.
Even though Amazon got a bump in device activations on Christmas day, the increase wasn't as strong as in the past. One reason: the mobile market is maturing. CNBC's Cadie Thompson explains.
Bricks-and-mortar stores lose out as e-commerce grows, but most retailers have now supplemented their shops with online businesses, the FT reports.
Amazon's Kindle got the biggest bump in device activations on Christmas day, according to data from Flurry Analytics.
UPS, embarrassed by deliveries that failed to reach clients in time for Christmas, may have a shrunken fleet of jets to blame. The WSJ reports.
Americans waited until the last minute to buy holiday gifts, but retailers weren't prepared for the spike.
Amazon is looking at the performance of delivery companies handling its orders after packages were left stranded this Christmas, the FT reports.
U.S. stocks rose on Thursday, with Wall Street continuing its record-setting advance.
StellaService, which rates retail customer service, scored sites on meeting promised delivery dates on holiday orders.