Amazon.com is quietly inviting drivers for its new "on-demand" delivery service to handle its standard packages.
After years of high-profile crime, local police are trying to create safer places to exchange purchases.
Radio Flyer, the company behind the iconic red wagon, is producing another cherry-red ride for children: the Tesla Model S.
Miriam Sontz, Powell's Books CEO, says Amazon's brick-and-mortar buzz is a great acknowledgment to physical bookstores.
Amazon updated the terms of service for AWS to add a section for its new Lumberyard platform.
Marko Kolanovic, JPMorgan, gives his perspective on the tech sector and highlights catalysts that will impact the space in the coming weeks.
Sellers are pushing the reports saying they hold valuable investment advice.
The hackers gained access to a database of 99M accounts.
After suggesting on Tuesday that Amazon may be opening hundreds of physical bookstores, GGP's CEO clarified his statement.
The online retailer is planning to open brick-and-mortar bookstores, according to a large mall CEO who spoke to Dow Jones.
Amazon is planning to open hundreds of physical bookstores, according to a large mall CEO who spoke to Dow Jones.
Neil Blumenthal, Warby Parker discusses how he is disrupting the eye wear industry without losing sight of philanthropy.
Beat Wittmann, partner at Porta Advisors, talks about the prospects of technology companies such as Alphabet and Amazon.
Amazon missed Wall Street's expectations for profitability even as its key cloud computing business continued to grow rapidly.
Occupancy at malls is declining for the first time since the recession, according to research by Green Street Advisors.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy provides a preview of Street expectation for Amazon's first quarter.
EBay reported no growth in revenue in the holiday quarter, during which it faced intense competition from bigger e-commerce rival Amazon.com.
This LA men's clothing company saw a sudden boost in sales because of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
The "Fast Money" traders give their final trades of the day.
Seven months after PayPal's spin-off from e-commerce giant eBay, the transition is going smoother than many might have thought, the CEOs tell CNBC.