CNBC's Deirdre Bosa reports on expectations from today's shareholder vote on Amazon's bid for Whole Foods.
Wal-Mart will soon offer customers the ability to order hundreds of thousands of its products by voice with the help of Google.
The real estate industry cheered news of Amazon getting into brick and mortar, but worry has picked up concerning what will happen to existing supermarket chains.
Amazon is looking to go from operating a handful of Amazon-branded bookstores to more than 400 of Whole Foods' premium supermarkets.
More and more retailers and grocers alike are looking to grab a share of the online food market before it's too late.
Amazon was granted a similar patent for a floating warehouse of sorts last year.
Faced with the threat of Amazon, Wal-Mart has been rolling out initiatives like "easy reorder" and free two-day shipping.
The e-commerce giant was mentioned by mall operators, a satellite TV provider, an auto parts retailer and pharmacy and drug companies.
Amazon.com announced Tuesday a private debt offering to fund its acquisition of Whole Foods Market.
Amazon.com announced in June it planned to issue debt to finance its proposed $13.7 billion deal to buy Whole Foods Market.
CNBC's Landon Dowdy reports on the winners and losers in the consumer staples space.
"There's just a tremendous fear of Amazon everywhere," Jim Cramer says.
The activist hedge fund took a stake in the meal-kit maker despite Amazon's disruptive deal for Whole Foods.
Jana Partners' Barry Rosenstein said EQT is putting executive compensation ahead of shareholder value in its planned deal for Rice Energy.
Blue Apron's IPO has been under scrutiny after Amazon-Whole Foods announced a potential merger, Recode reports.
Amazon is exploring a technology to produce tasty prepared meals that do not need refrigeration.
Blue Apron shares plunge after the company reveals start-up cost problems.
Agitating for changes to boards, management and strategy, powerful investors have targeted large companies this year
"Our business has opportunity to grow," Matthew Salzberg tells CNBC.
Meal kits represent $1.5 billion out of the $800 billion grocery industry, according to consultants.