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A report about a potential deal with PayPal is the latest sign Google has joined Amazon and Microsoft in the cloud infrastructure market's big leagues.
Hedge funds were scooping up shares of these stocks in the second quarter, according to 13F filings. Should you buy them now?
Amazon.com (AMZN) continues to ramp up its focus on delivery and logistics, a move that may further threaten shipping companies like FedEx (FDX) and UPS (UPS).
If you have focused on stock picking, the flatness of the indices hasn’t been a negative at all.
Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced that Prime members in Houston can now enjoy free one-hour delivery from popular restaurants, including Carrabba's, El Tiempo Cantina, Max's Wine Dive, P.
Here comes organic Gatorade from PepsiCo, finally.
EC Commissioner for Competition Margrethe Vestager is also investigating Amazon's tax treatment and has raised questions about Alphabet's settlement with the U.K. government
Political pressure and a low standard Irish tax rate should limit the damage done by the EU's crackdown. U.S. taxes on offshore profits are a bigger problem.
Apple was ordered to pay $14.5 billion in back taxes dating back to 2003. Jim Cramer is sticking with the stock.
Other U.S. multinationals could also face hefty back-tax bills.
The action in the indices is poor; I'll manage positions closely.
Apple was ordered to pay $14.5 billion in back-taxes dating back to 2003 following a two-year investigation by the EU.
The e-commerce giant as announced it will open three physical bookstores. While the initiative might seem silly at first glance, it is a savvy move.
Apple found itself in some hot water, after the European Union said the iPhone maker owed Ireland 13 billion euros ($14.5 billion) in back taxes.
Brussels competition chief Vestager hints that other nations may look again at their tax arrangements with the tech giant.
A majority of the portfolio's holdings outperformed the S&P 500 during a largely quiet week highlighted by Janet Yellen's speech.
Amazon is reportedly negotiating royalty rates with major music labels for a streaming service that will cost $9.99 per month.
The annual Burning Man Festival, popular with the tech crowd, is enjoying its 30th anniversary this week.
Amazon.com (NASDAQ: AMZN) today announced plans to open a new fulfillment center in Monee, Ill.
Few doubt the appeal of the streaming giant's original content, but depending on whom you ask, Netflix shares are either worth $80 a share or $130.
The environment for retail should continue to improve as we head into a seasonally strong part of the year.
Amazon.com (AMZN) is reportedly close to launching a new music streaming service as early as September.
Several big name companies were moving in pre-market trading on Monday and are continuing to do so now that market has opened.
Ambarella, Pandora and Yelp are among the trades that are performing well.
Oil made its way to $49 a barrel today, no thanks to high output from Middle East OPEC members and a stronger U.S. dollar.
The Labor Day lull could be the calm before the storm. Here are the signs to watch in the week ahead.