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"What do you want to be when you grow up?"
JPMorgan said Amazon faces a "tough road ahead" on its chances to break into the ticketing business.
Wall Street analysts set a high bar for Snap because the Snapchat parent won't give them any clues where to place it.
Wal-Mart is "intensifying" its focus on its online advertising business, an area Amazon has also been growing lately, says KeyBanc's Ed Yruma.
She also happens to be the new Girl Scouts CEO.
Big-box retailers may be struggling, but local mom and pop stores are staying afloat, especially in ethnic neighborhoods.
Tourist destinations in the US and Canada are increasingly transforming themselves into start-up hubs to boost their local economies.
Credit Suisse shared with its clients the firm's best online travel and e-commerce stock picks.
As shopping continues to shift to e-commerce, Nordstrom's survival tactic is to connect physical stores to digital.
As details of Benchmark Capital's lawsuit against Uber's CEO unraveled, several founders were quick to recoil on Twitter, Recode reports.
Shoppers want to eat and drink healthy, and companies are responding. Here are some popular products.
The full interview with Dana Telsey.
"Keep plugging away," he says.
Facebook wants you to spend more time watching shows on its platform.
Tech was the first area to show cracks in the market sell-off, and it remains the most vulnerable to a correction.
Brands are doing the unthinkable — embracing politics. And some are being rewarded for it.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday there is a Russian-Chinese plan underway to defuse the situation between the U.S. and North Korea.
Washington's lack of movement on tax reform and health-care policy has corporate executives worried.
Avoid these statements at all costs.
Emergency responders are evacuating a New Hampshire hospital after a report of a chemical release affecting multiple patients, according to reports.