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UPS affirmed its full-year earnings outlook, suggesting it can grow despite global economic uncertainty.
Computer programming has found that buying bad-news dips is a consistent winner.
On Alphabet executives told you why the quarter came together.
Jim Cramer said FAA is the new FANG, but he is still holding out hope for Netflix.
Results were significantly stronger than expected and Amazon Web Services continues to be a key driver.
Amazon posted an impressive quarter, but the shares are getting pricey and may take a breather, says Jim Cramer
Stocks fluctuate on Friday morning as the mix of earnings reports again pulls Wall Street in two directions.
Amazon.com's (AMZN) stock earnings estimates were raised for the fiscal 2016 third quarter at Jefferies this morning based on a 'solid' fiscal 2016 second quarter.
Apple deserves an extra round of applause as it absolutely embarrassed several high-profile analysts.
Traditional retailers like Macy's and Kohl's Corporation face challenges in competing with Amazon during this summer's back-to-school shopping rush.
Stock futures are mixed on Friday morning after second-quarter economic growth in the U.S. falls short of economists' expectations.
Alphabet shares rise after the company handily beats quarterly estimates; Amazon's cloud computing business continues to shine; U.S. stock futures point lower.
Trade-Ideas LLC identified Amazon.com (AMZN) as a pre-market leader candidate
Amazon (AMZN) reported its 5th straight quarterly profit. Earnings beat on both top and bottom lines on growth in its cloud business and an increase in prime subscriptions.
Amazon and Alphabet both killed it on earnings, but only one of them told us how.
The key will be if the intraday buyers step up again.
Cramer is buying what Tanger is selling and thinks Facebook is absolutely fabulous.
The economy needs consumers to buy, buy, buy but so far consumers have been all over the map, Cramer says.
Like the 1969 World Series-winning New York Mets, Amazon is doing everything right.
The premium cable channel operator adds 200,000 new subscribers but reports a second-quarter loss on DVD distribution.
The company's blowout second quarter shows it is hitting on all cylinders and its stock should be chased higher.
Shares of Amazon are higher Thursday evening after the company reported second quarter results that handily beat Wall Street forecasts.
CNBC contributors Steve Grasso and Stephanie Link discussed Amazon.com's (AMZN) strong 2016 Q3 on 'Closing Bell' today.
Amazon.com (AMZN) reported 2016 second quarter earnings that topped analysts' expectations after today's closing bell.
There seems to be no limit to Amazon's ascent, and its dominance in cloud services will lift it even higher.