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JD.com and Alibaba have both invested heavily in offline brick and mortar stores.
Alibaba's large trove of data on Chinese consumers will come in handy for U.S. sellers deciding what products to sell in China.
UPS is all in on Alibaba.
But don't worry - Ma thinks humans will win the battle.
The Air Force contract is to develop a threat simulator to train pilots.
The firm has a $56 price target on the company.
HPE and Dell are two of the clients using AMD's new processor.
Walmart uses Amazon competitor Microsoft for its own cloud services needs.
The fingerprint sensor issues for the iPhone's OLED model could delay shipments by two months.
Foot Locker and Dick's have been long-time partners with Nike.
Alibaba Group (NYSE:BABA) today announced strategic cooperation with Driscoll's and Chicken of the Sea to bring U.
Qualcomm says Apple is distorting the truth in its description of the company's technological contributions.
Oracle beat on both top and bottom line projections for its fourth quarter.
Virgin Mobile said it wants to become the first iPhone-only network.
TPG Capital has investments in a wide array of companies including Uber, Airbnb, Neiman Marcus, Papa Johns and Spotify.
EBay has launched a price match guarantee on over 50,000 deals.
Harley is seeing demand for its bikes slip as its loyal baby boomer demographic ages and rivals offer discounts.
Morgan Stanley analyst David Risinger argued for the drugmaker to part ways with its consumer health division.
Anthem has already announced that it's pulling out of Ohio.
A one-mile evacuation zone was issued for the downed F-16 which was carrying ordnance.
TheStreet's Action Alerts PLUS Portfolio Manager Jim Cramer weighs in on Wednesday's trending stocks.