With 2014 just around the corner, Big Blue shows no signs of slowing down its cloud endeavors.
Signs of a robust U.S. labor market and consumer strength offset tapering concerns Friday.
The S&P 500 is looking to go through a period of consolidation before taking off again on strong economic data.
An upward revision to GDP estimates and a drop in jobless claims feed Fed tapering jitters.
Amazon Web Services is positioning itself for an increasingly mobile workforce by bringing WorkSpaces to the iPad.
Anecdotal evidence from the Fed suggests that a robust U.S. economy is starting to take shape, adding fuel to concerns about an early Fed tapering.
The possibility the Federal Reserve could begin slowing down its asset purchases this month sent stocks lower.
Google has ramped up its efforts to make its public infrastructure as a service platform more generally available to higher volume customers.
Investors are also bracing for a raft of economic data in the buildup to Friday's November government jobs report.
The opportunity to take a peek into the black box that is Amazon's public cloud vendor giant Amazon Web Services may have finally arrived.