David Abney, UPS CEO, and CNBC's Morgan Brennan, discuss how the company was able to handle the holiday's massive volume. Also Abney weighs in on UPS' relationship with Amazon.
David Abney, UPS CEO, discusses what drove this year's successful delivery season.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission will be investigating 22 reports of hoverboard fires scattered across at least 17 states.
Amazon Prime led a healthy holiday with the free trial they offer, and mobile shopping trends, reports CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan reports on the large amount of packages shipping this holiday season, and what's to come now that people will be returning gifts.
Discussing Amazon Prime's healthy holiday, the free trial they offer, and mobile shopping trends, with Ed Lee, Re/code managing editor.
The demand for furniture and woman's clothing helped give u-s retail sales a boost nearly 7.9-percent.
We think brick and mortar is really in transition right now, says Matthew Boss, JPMorgan sharing his outlook on the retail space. The consumer is the real winner, says Boss.
CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at post-Christmas delivery data and a mega ship's arrival in the U.S.
Victor Anthony, Axiom Capital Management, discusses Amazon's retail dominance as the e-commerce company seeks to ease ties with UPS and grow its content library.
Cow dung sales spike during the Diwali season
Prime service has more than 3 million members join during this third week of December.
Amazon typically plays its customer data close to the chest, but on Monday, it let a few figures about its Prime service trickle out.
Tamara Gaffney, Adobe Digital Index, provides the stats on mobile buying as online sales growth continues to outpace brick and mortar shopping.
The online retailer's growth might mean game over for the competition, Macquarie Capital analyst Ben Schachter tells CNBC.
Discussing the significance of this Amazon Prime for the company's profits, with Ben Schachter, Macquarie Capital analyst.
Flared track pants and tracksuits will be trendsetters next season outside the gym as 'athleisure' gains momentum.
The world's most famous band will finally be available on streaming music services, starting this Thursday, Christmas Eve, Re/code reports.
Amazon Prime is offering one hour delivery for $7.99 for the super procrastinators this holiday season, reports CNBC's Mary Thompson.
Patrick McInnis, Fathead CEO, says Fathead sales have been able to predict the winners of the past two elections. And McInnis talks about the company's top seller right now - "Star Wars," and mobile trends which comprise nearly 60-percent of their traffic.