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Tech and telecom chieftains brought their own agendas, however.
Here's what the FTC is examining now.
Whole Foods may look drastically different in the future.
Kroger is 'glad' Lidl is finally here.
Walmart is inviting more than 500 businesses from across the nation to present their Made in the USA products June 28 to the world's largest retailer in Bentonville, Ark.
There are a few examples of anti-Amazon backlash, Jim Cramer says.
JD.com and Alibaba have both invested heavily in offline brick and mortar stores.
The firm has a $56 price target on the company.
Walmart uses Amazon competitor Microsoft for its own cloud services needs.
Amazon, Microsoft and Google are so big and in so many businesses that they are difficult to avoid.
Adobe reported second-quarter earnings and revenue that beat analysts' expectations.
Amazon Web Services is the market leader in cloud service rentals.
The FTC is concerned that the Walgreens and Rite Aid deal would result in higher drug prices for consumers.
A top analyst chimes in.
The top three stocks in the retail ETF mask declines everywhere else.
Amazon's Whole Foods acquisition just got even more alarming.
The firm is concerned that investors will 'shoot first and ask questions later' on retail credit quality.
Customers have to wait longer for cooked to order Quarter Pounder burgers.
There's no stopping the beast that is Amazon.