This month has been a good one for financial markets; all three major indices had their best month since October of 2011.
Amazon might launch a private-label brand to keep customers happy, NBC News reports.
The U.S. tradition of Halloween, that sees children dressing up and eating sweets, is rapidly becoming a popular night across the globe.
The Nasdaq 100 is within walking distance of its all-time high, but one technician warns there's a storm brewing beneath the surface.
Target will drop shipping fees for online orders during the holiday shopping season for a second year in a row to compete with Wal-Mart and Amazon.
Jim Cramer weighs in on the top five holdings for investor portfolios to determine if they are diversified.
CNBC "Halftime Report" trader Jon Najarian bought shares of GoPro on the belief the company could be a takeover candidate.
Here's the mistake many investors are making and why it's time to invest in blue chips, says Michael Farr.
Time Warner Cable posted a better-than-expected adjusted profit in the third quarter as it added more high-speed data customers.
CNBC data partner Kensho offers a new take on 'Moneyball': uncovering consumer stocks that are heavy-hitters during World Series week.
Four Amazon.com drivers filed lawsuit against the company, claiming the retailer owes them unpaid overtime.
A "Death by Amazon" index created by a research firm shows that the online retailer's dominance of the rest of the industry has never been greater.
"The fear is that Apple is entering growth purgatory," an analyst told CNBC ahead of the tech giant's earnings.
U.S. stock futures were searching for direction this morning. But things gear-up today, with lots of economic numbers and earnings as well as the start of the two-day Fed meeting.
With the holidays fast approaching, more retailers are getting into the on-demand delivery race. Etsy’s ASAP pilot kicks off Monday in New York.
Companies with large cloud computing platforms surged on better-than-expected earnings as the shift to the storage platform accelerates.
After Amazon and Alphabet saw massive gains off earnings, some traders say the companies' stocks could soon reach quadruple digits.
Shares of three tech giants soared Friday after earnings, but one analyst believes Apple lacks a catalyst for a similar spike.
Equities closed sharply higher after the PBOC cut rates and after three tech giants posted better-than-expected earnings.
After Yahoo and IBM posted earnings misses, three other tech giants hit it out of the park. What are they doing right?