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Alibaba further expands in Southeast Asia, a fragmented e-commerce market without a strong competitor like Amazon.
(NASDAQ:AMZN) - Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), an Amazon.
Shoppers may enjoy low prices at the supermarket, but food deflation has certainly hurt supermarket investors. Smart & Final CEO David Hirz expects the tide to turn in 2017.
U.S. stocks haven't had two down days in a row in a month.
Prime Now, Amazon's superfast one- and two-hour delivery service, today announced data showing what its customers need in superfast speeds as the busy holiday shopping season only has a few weeks left.
Online grocer Ocado is facing stiffer competition from Amazon amid a broader U.K. price war.
The main concern in vertical deals like the tie-up with Time Warner is foreclosure, Sen. Mike Lee said, which is denying competing companies access to suppliers and customers.
The president-elect has had a frosty relationship with Silicon Valley, but the meeting could could allow executives to argue their case and give clues about Trump's stance on technology.
Riding on the momentum of its rapidly growing cloud computing business, Alibaba is seeking new ways to expand into the internet market.
If shareholders ever sour on these shares, things could get messy at the exits.
The internet investor and star of ABC's 'Shark Tank' tells a Senate subcommittee that with the rise of Facebook and Google, AT&T's proposed acquisition of Time Warner is small potatoes.
Drones are expected to add approximately $80 billion to the economy over the next 10 years, but the rules are still being written. How can you benefit?
Drones have been around for seemingly forever, but as the technology gets more refined, battery life gets longer and regulations become more friendly, they've gone from geek to chic.
Audible Inc., the world's largest seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken word entertainment, today announced the release of The Home Front: Life in America During World War II .
Ciena stock hasn't moved much in 2016. But there could be good things in store for this networking company.
(NASDAQ:AMZN) - Amazon today announced its best-selling books of 2016, best-selling Kids & Teens books of 2016, as well as the Most Gifted and Most Wished For books of the year—just in time for holiday gifting.
The goal right now is to find the themes that are working and stick with them.
The retailer's weekly chart is on the cusp of being positive. Costco reports earnings late Wednesday.
Adobe Digital Insights says so far this holiday shopping season $52 billion has been spent online, but mobile sales are lagging.
Amazon.com is opening physical grocery stores that use an app for purchases instead of a checkout line.
Turns out Donald Trump doesn't hold any stocks at all, his spokesman said. Sold it all in June, he said, though Trump's camp has yet to provide any proof.
Retail investors lowered their exposure to U.S. stocks in November with banks and airlines leading the way, even though the indexes moved higher, according to a TD Ameritrade survey.
RBC Capital Markets lead tech analyst Mark Mahaney believes the 'thing to read in tech' this year was Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' letter to shareholders.
Amazon's latest retail idea, a store staffed wtih sensors and not people, could be 'huge,' according to Jim Cramer.
Amazon is using new technology in its physical grocery stores that will charge customers for products as they walk out of the store, thus eliminating the need for lines.
CBS is working to build up its subscription service, even as the company's network TV programming sees top ratings.