Amazon will launch Prime Now, a one-hour delivery service, in Manhattan today. Expansion into other cities will come in 2015.
Amazon is taking on the big department stores and offering to deliver items like shampoo and batteries to shoppers in under an hour.
Leading investment analysts give their picks on the hottest ETF niches in 2015: cybersecurity, self-driving cars and China bonds.
Here's who's hot and who's not this holiday season. Sorry, Barbie, it's just not your year, sweetie.
Don't be so quick to turn down that store credit card offer. Some can offer more valuable rewards than the best cash-back cards.
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What an Amazon spinoff would look like, with John Jannarone, CNBC senior writer.
Those who fell for Cards Against Humanity's Black Friday promotion, received exactly what they paid for: literal cow droppings.
To receive your online orders in time for Christmas, most retailers' standard delivery order deadlines are Friday.
As spinoff mania heats up, even Amazon is getting sucked into the speculation.
Some of the names on the move ahead of the open.
Attorneys for plaintiffs and Apple made closing arguments on Monday, and the jury has begun deliberations in the Apple iPod antitrust case.
"Cookie Jam" is among the top 20 grossing games on iOS and Android and was named Facebook's game of the year for 2014. Next up: China.
Despite the popularity of online shopping, brick-and-mortar stores still matter, says Byron Carlock, the real estate sector leader for PwC.
One retailer lost more than $30,000 after the software glitch error. Some sellers have hired a lawyer to recoup costs.
PetSmart agreed to sell itself to a private equity consortium for $8.7 billion, in the largest leveraged buyout of the year.
Some women would break up with you for the wrong gift? Forget it. Here's how you find the perfect gift, says Miriam Segal.
Home decor chain At Home is growing at a blistering pace thanks to cheap real estate abandoned by the likes of Sears and Target.
For firms like Facebook, China presents two major risks, says Joe Foudy, a professor at NYU Stern.
RBC Capital Markets sees brighter times ahead for Internet stocks. Here are its top picks for 2015.