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Amazon isn't putting small shops out of business. In the case of Marketplace, it's giving Mom and Pop the same winning tools Bezos used to build the online retail giant.
Macy's shares slipped lower Thursday after the retailer said it would re-launch a pilot program of same-day delivery to thirty cities in the United States.
The Walmart Foundation announced today nearly $4 million in grants to organizations working to fight hunger in Texas -Brighter Bites and Baylor University's Texas Hunger Initiative.
There are definitely worse places to invest than in the equity of BBY.
Amazon, JD.com and Yahoo Japan are Goldman Sachs' favorite e-commerce stocks, as the bank raises its estimates for e-commerce spend globally.
U.S. stock futures rise after U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin confirms that trade talks between the U.S. and China would resume the week of Oct. 7; Nike reports earnings; Boeing to pay crash victims' families $144,500 each; Facebook buys CTRL-labs.
These mobile apps will make (or save) you some extra cash, whenever you like.
Morgan Stanley thinks the costs of one-day shipping will initially outweigh the boost to revenues.
Vaping has been prominent in the headlines following the outbreak of a mysterious lung illness tied to e-cigarettes.
While Amazon remains quite dominant in traditional e-commerce, Walmart is seeing good traction in the part of its e-commerce business that can leverage its bricks-and-mortar empire.
Walmart has a heart for helping customers save money and live better - and healthier - lives.
Saudi Arabia says that oil production at the two facilities damaged in the weekend drone attack have returned to about half of what it was. Here's what it means for oil now.
Molson Coors, Target and International Flavors & Fragrances have all performed well since being singled out.
New credit card program offers rich rewards on purchases made at Walmart and everywhere customers shop, along with a digital-first cardholder experience
FedEx's weak quarterly earnings -- even with TNT Express costs aside -- give us some real-world proof that global growth is slowing.
Walmart is one of the biggest companies in the world, fulfilling the grand vision of founder Sam Walton 57 years ago.
Walmart reported stellar earnings last month and has outpaced the market so far this year. But what if the recession everyone's concerned about comes to life? Doesn't matter, Walmart is still a buy.
As the shipping company reports Tuesday night, headwinds blowing from Amazon and China trade are strong, but there's a chance of an unexpected move to the upside or activist investor news.
These 2 retail stocks are both locked in bullish channels.
Reporters and Research Analysts break down the biggest stories that impacted the markets during the week.
The Dow finished up for the seventh straight day Thursday despite conflicting signals on an interim deal with China that would delay tariffs, while the European Central Bank cut its main deposit rate.
A letter signed by nearly four dozen CEOs is urging the Senate to take action to prevent and reduce mass shootings and gun violence.
The grocery business is getting more competitive. Here's what Walmart's latest offering means for its competitors.
U.S. stock futures rise after Donald Trump says the United States agreed to a two-week delay in a planned increase in tariffs on some Chinese imports; investors await a key policy statement from the European Central Bank; Oracle co-CEO Mark Hurd will take a medical leave of absence; Groupon reportedly is pursuing an acquisition and the target could be Yelp.
The market moves to a short-term overbought condition on Thursday, breadth has been positive, and the intermediate-term indicators are still positive, so I expect a dip or a pullback, and then we rally again.
Walmart has plans to expand the reach of Delivery Unlimited - a Grocery Delivery membership option for customers - to 1,400 stores later this fall.
While politicians, media and government agencies take aim at tech giants, understand that these are the ones helping keep our nation strong and innovative -- and have the love of the people.
Small-business merchants listing their wares on Amazon are being questioned by Federal Trade Commission officials to determine if the e-commerce giant is exerting undue influence and stifling competition.
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