Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, having built a tech giant with very little profit, is showing what he can do with a little bit of margin.
Alphabet shares have been steadily on the rise, as confidence builds among investors that Google can keep dominating mobile ads.
Citi Research raises its rating on VMware to buy from neutral on its solid growth prospects.
U.S. stock futures pointed to a higher open as traders eyed a host of big earnings and the release of several pieces of data.
Online sales are expected to grow at a slower clip this holiday, with mobile traffic seen exceeding visits from desktop computers.
Financials have been really strong, says Lindsey Bell, CFRA Research, talking about earnings winners and laggards this season.
Stocks could stay stalled in a range even if the next blast of earnings news is positive.
Tech giants Alphabet and Amazon are set to report earnings after Thursday's bell, and traders expect to see some big-money moves on the events.
Discussing whether Amazon's apparel ambitions will propel it over traditional retailers like Macy's with Oliver Chen, Cowen & Co. senior analyst, and CNBC's Courtney Reagan.
The biggest IPO of the year prices Wednesday night, and it's essentially the UPS of China.
If you've been burned by long lines in stores and poor customer service, help could be on the way.
Fewer shoppers are impressed by shipments that take longer than two days to arrive on their doorsteps.
Shoppers for the first time will allocate an equal amount of their holiday budgets toward online and physical stores this year.
RBC Capital Markets' Mark Mahaney explains why Yelp and Pandora could be ripe for takeover, and why a Netflix deal probably won't happen.
After news that AT&T had a deal to buy Time Warner for $85 billion, Mark Cuban expressed support for the deal, Recode reports.
Short-seller Jim Chanos laid out his bearish case for Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba, saying "this is an accounting story."
With a big earnings week for tech stocks, one technical analyst says that Alphabet is the one to buy among them.
CNBCiQ 100 chooses companies that are consistently innovative. Those who didn't make the list don't derive substantial revenue from IP.
CNBC launches the iQ 100 Index of large-cap innovation leaders that derive substantial revenue from their valuable intellectual property.
Netflix CEO Reed Hastings expressed confidence that his company will be able to continue to ride the wave of Internet TV.