Brick-and-mortar retailers are starting to effectively compete against online-only competitors by leveraging the ubiquity of their stores to improve delivery times.
Amazon could justify a higher price for Prime by adding more features, but that would hurt its bottom line.
Binge viewing is the new normal in streaming video, but that doesn't mean that catering to it is the right approach.
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Microsoft is about to start creating original video content for Xbox users -- a move that will very likely lead to butting heads with Netflix's streaming service.
From Microsoft's dream CEO candidate telling it to keep dreaming, to Apple inking an iPhone deal with China Mobile, here are best and worst results of the week in business.
The rise of wearable computing is an inevitable --eventually -- but 2013 wasn't the breakthrough year that some had predicted. Still, we think you don't have long to wait.
Unfortunately for folks who like their parcels to arrive as quickly as their pizzas, Amazon's Prime Air drones are unlikely to be a reality for shoppers anytime soon.
Amazon.com is testing delivery packages using drones, CEO Jeff Bezos says in an interview.
From a retailer's signature gadget going cold to some jewelers starting to heat up, here's a rundown of the week's smartest moves and biggest errors in the business world.
There are literally dozens of Black Friday TV bargains to choose from. Btu among the many great deals available, a few stand out as being particularly noteworthy.
Amazon will now offer Sunday delivery to its Amazon Prime customers in some markets. That's nice for shoppers, but it's an absolute lifesaver for the beleaguered Post Office.
Customers want Amazon to go back to its old free-shipping minimum of $25. A petition on Change.org is gaining steam, but may fall on deaf ears.
For the first time in more than a decade, Amazon.com is raising its minimum purchase cutoff. Here's why.
From new tablets to more earnings, here are some of the items that will help shape the week that lies ahead on Wall Street.
Home delivery of groceries may be set to expand, and the auto industry plans for future growth. Those items and and more are what's in the Market Minute for Tuesday.
From a Twitter's widely anticipated IPO reveal to a reputation-burning engine fire for Tesla, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst moves in the business world.
From fallout from an excessively generous golden parachute at Nokia to applause for a new cheap Kindle, here's a rundown of the week's best and worst moves in business world.
Oracle's billionaire chief disses a company conference, and Amazon upgrades the Kindle. Those stories and more are what's in Wednesday's Market Minute.
Amazon is offering a rare $5-off-$25 coupon this week, but you can only get it if you share a link on Facebook.
Amazon, eBay and Craigslist get even better (and cheaper) when you take advantage of third-party tools like FatFingers, NotiCraig and CamelCamelCamel.
A new report finds that revelations about the NSA's PRISM spying program have shaken faith in U.S. cloud computing companies, potentially costing billions in lost revenue.
For the second day in a row, a major U.S. newspaper has been sold. This time, it's the Washington Post, which has been bought by Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos for $250 million.