Amazon's vice president of marketplace, Peter Faricy, has been stripped of many of his responsibilities. » Read More
By: Eugene Kim
Amazon stands to benefit from Thursday's Supreme Court ruling that will allow states to collect more sales tax from online retailers. » Read More
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By: Todd Haselton
Amazon's Fire TV Cube lets you control almost your entire TV experience by voice. CNBC's Todd Haselton says it's so good that he now wants one for every TV in his home. » Read More
Tesla sued ex-employee Martin Tripp for allegedly hacking and stealing data, but in two separate interviews he claims to be a whistleblower.
Tesla's move last week to cut 9 percent of its workforce will sharply downsize the residential solar business it bought two years ago in a controversial $2.6 billion deal.
Police said the crash involving Uber's self-driving car was "deemed entirely avoidable."
YouTube channels can offer $4.99-a-month "channel memberships" that users can buy to access exclusive content.
Taiwan's Foxconn, the world's largest electronics contract manufacturer said that the biggest challenge the company is facing the the trade war between the U.S. and China.
The new Blazer will fit in Chevrolet's growing SUV and crossover lineup between the slightly larger Traverse and the compact Equinox
Jim Cramer breaks down why cloud-based enterprise software stocks are still red-hot despite Red Hat’s disappointing guidance.
SpaceX won U.S. Air Force's certification before launching for a second time.
Alphabet X, a long-term research division of Google's parent company, may be in discussions to spin out a molten-salt energy storage project in a transaction with Bill Gates' Breakthrough Energy Ventures.
Jim Cramer says he's a believer in Micron's future despite abounding skepticism on Wall Street.
Jim Cramer hears from Okta co-founder, Chairman and CEO Todd McKinnon about his cybersecurity company's prospects.
Jim Cramer backs the stock of Intel despite Thursday's unexpected leadership change at the chipmaker.
Red Hat beat estimates for its fiscal first quarter, but looking ahead, estimates came in low.
Thursday's decision determined a case in South Dakota, but Avalara pointed out that many other states are hoping to better collect sales tax from online retailers.
Some women are adopting the Tom Brady diet to fight anti-inflammatory diseases such as arthritis.
Four out of 10 acquisitions of technology companies have come from companies in other industries, PricewaterhouseCoopers deals team said a report Thursday.