In an unusual move, Alibaba has publicly addressed what it says are inconsistencies in a story predicting a 50% fall in the online giant's stock.
Amazon can grow revenue more than the market expects thanks to its ballooning Prime membership, Mark Mahaney said Friday.
Mark Mahaney, RBC Capital Markets lead tech analyst, explains why he is bumping up Amazon's price target to $705 per share.
Hannah Egan, product strategy specialist for IBM, says that consumers are increasingly more comfortable making purchases on their smartphones.
Lululemon Athletica reported higher-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, helped by strong store and online sales.
Alibaba shares reversed on cautious comments from the head of investor relations, Jane Penner, at Citi's Global Technology Conference.
Amazon.com said on Tuesday it will begin offering its own restaurant delivery service to Prime members in Seattle.
Amazon will begin offering takeout delivery to Prime members in Seattle.
In todays' Throwback Thursday segment, it's eBay's 20th birthday.
Before you clock out early for the Labor Day long weekend, check out a few of these holiday trades.
A new ad-blocking option available on Apple's iOS 9 may make for happier mobile users, but it could sully the tech giant's relationship with media.
The founder of British online fashion retailer Asos is stepping down as chief executive after 15 years that have seen the firm transformed from an internet minnow to a retail powerhouse.
A new report suggests Best Buy could soon win the pricing wars with Amazon.
Take a look inside Etsy's headquarters in Brooklyn, New York, with Sarah Starpoli, Etsy's culture and engagement manager, in this segment of "Office Envy."
Alex Craig is auctioning off Potato Parcel, a website that ships potatoes around the country.
Amazon's Prime Now service begins testing alcohol deliveries in Seatle.
This ensemble is on track to be named the most controversial Halloween costume of 2015.
While the Dow is down for the week, some stocks, particularly in the jewelry sector, have remained positive.
David Nelson, chief strategist at Belpointe Asset Management, bought shares of Amazon.com this week following a controversial New York Times piece.
A critical expose of Amazon's workplace dynamics by The New York Times sparked debate across social media on Monday.