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A pick-up in digital commerce likely reflects the Back to School shopping season.
$16 billion buys a lot of brick-and-mortar.
Keep this in mind about Target.
It's the latest in Trump's stark criticism of the online retailer and its CEO Jeff Bezos.
The drug stock deserved to go down, but the resulting selloff is an overreaction.
Tome talks also about first-time home buyers and competition from Amazon and others.
Jim Cramer says a well-diversified portfolio is a lot like a well-balanced and winning football team.
The retailer hasn't had five days this bad since Richard Nixon was in the White House.
Alibaba does a ton of things.
North Korea worries in rear-view mirror.
After earnings, Coach CEO Victor Luis discusses Amazon, retail and Kate Spade.
Here's what you need to know now for Tuesday, August 15.
Advance Auto Parts is ripe for the picking, and it would give Walmart an even bigger physical presence in a new arena.
Hear me out: The same lessons and disciplines are useful in both.
South Carolina claims Amazon did not collect taxes on items sold by third party retailers.
Jim Cramer gives you what you need to know, NOW.
Amazon's newest service could prove to be a lucrative complement to its Whole Foods acquisition, and help it battle convenience stores and Walmart.
Disney shares have fallen as the company prepares to launch a streaming service to counter Netflix, but it retains an advantage over the streaming giant.
HD says its problem isn't the online giant, it's too much business.
Alibaba is surging on Wall Street, but many Americans don't actually know what the company does.
Game plan for when Home Depot selloff needs is done.