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Sources say retailers must be careful when shaking hands with the online giant.
Stocks on Wall Street declined Thursday amid a host of earnings reports.
The Amazon founder's latest shareholders contains interesting disclosures not only about Prime, but also about his company's AI investments, Indian growth and workplace culture.
Latest salvo in China trade war damages tech while higher rates and oil undercut consumer goods and housing.
Jim discusses earnings from Nucor and Danaher, recent headlines about Apple, Amazon, Allergan, and more!
The handicapping shows an insanely close race: Apple, Amazon, Alphabet and Microsoft.
The movie theater industry is ripe for consolidation, but not by who you think. Instead, it makes perfect sense for Netflix and Amazon to own theaters.
Amazon pretty much can't be stopped at this point. Here's how to think about investing off this giant company's growth.
Prime and AWS are cranking, and the stock chart is a beauty.
Amazon is a freight train getting ready to roll over many more companies.
At this juncture I'm not expecting any major moves in the indices.
For my portfolio, you can't beat this SBUX competitor -- and for a cup of coffee.
Amazon Prime topping 100 subscriptions is just one story to keep your eye on Thursday. What are you watching?
U.S. stock futures point lower; surging oil prices boost equities in Europe and Asia; Amazon says its Prime subscription program has more than 100 million members; P&G to buy German Merck's consumer healthcare unit for $4.2 billion.
The CEO says Time Warner needs to merge with AT&T to compete with the Googles and Facebooks of the world.
How do you get a stock moving? Jim Cramer says the answer is to invest in technology.
Oil and metals prices extended gains overnight, thanks in part to U.S. sanctions on Russia, boosting shares in Asia but also lifting government bond yields as investors worry that higher commodity prices could rekindle inflation concerns.
Amazon shares could open at a one-month high Thursday after CEO Jeff Bezos said its lucrative Prime membership roll topped 100 million in his annual letter to shareholders.
Amazon CEO's Jeff Bezos annual letter to shareholders is always a great read. This year, he reminded his rivals that they really have no shot at thwarting Amazon's charge.
The list of reasons for my short-term bearishness keeps growing.
From big box stores to railroads there's one surefire way to move forward.
Wall Street is super bullish on Amazon into its latest earnings report. Will they be letdown? It could happen.
Rotational action is the main theme Wednesday and good opportunities are out there.
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