News and Articles About Amazon
If the rumors are true, the nation's largest online retailer could give Square and PayPal a run for their money.
Customers can design and create their own products in a new online shop announced by the Seattle-based ecommerce giant today.
The online retail giant said it expects an operating loss of as much as $810 million for the current quarter, sharply below analysts' estimates.
Watch Out Oyster: Amazon Accidentally Unveils Kindle Unlimited, an All-You-Can Read Book Subscription Service
The service, which will offer 600,000 titles and thousands of audiobooks for a monthly fee of $9.99, takes aim at book subscription forerunners Oyster and Scribd.
While Parviz's expertise lies in the realm of high-tech optics, it is not yet known what projects he will undertake at Amazon.
The digital giant is petitioning the Federal Aviation Association to get its drones up and running for the public.
The Federal Trade Commission filed a complaint today arguing that the ecommerce giant allowed children to rack up charges on their parents accounts without consent.
Amid pricing wars between corporate computing leaders Amazon, Microsoft and Google, industry experts predict that cloud storage may soon become entirely free.
You can slay the online giant (somewhat) -- by doing these eight things consistently.
Google is planning on expanding its Shopping Express nationwide. The company is looking to go head to head with Amazon with product search, while expanding its dominance in online search and advertising.
The new service will reportedly be a part of Amazon Local and compete directly with services like Seamless and GrubHub.
The video-sharing website is testing out a panoply of new features, including the ability for fans to 'tip' video creators directly through the site.
These highly recognizable logos have hidden, subtle, or otherwise clever messages that you probably never realized.
The online retailer expands further into mobile with its first phone, complete with a 3-D interface and a media-recognizing feature called Firefly.
The terms, which are undisclosed, are contingent on the outcome of Apple's appeal of an antitrust ruling that it conspired with five major publishers to make eBooks more expensive.
The Chinese ecommerce giant today unveiled its first major push into the U.S. market with the launch of a website that curates small boutiques.
Amazon is reportedly looking beyond media, apparel, furniture and food -- and putting the call out to babysitters, handymen, birthday clowns and plumbers.
Forging into PayPal's territory, Amazon expands its reach with online payments.
The late-night Comedy Central host has challenged his audience to boycott the ecommerce giant for its manipulative treatment of book sales.
It's like nothing we've ever seen before! Wait, we've never seen it.
A close study of Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos reveals one of the world's most innovative companies is rooted in one of the oldest ideas. The customer comes first.
We shed some light on what these big companies are getting right with customer service, and why.
The father of cord-cutting predicts the future of TV. Hint: Your next boob toob will know what you want to watch and what your friends are watching.
Browsing for works by Malcolm Gladwell or JD Salinger on Amazon? The online giant would prefer you purchase something else instead.
Opposition to the proposed rule change is growing louder as one commissioner calls for a delay on the May 15 vote and a public comment period.
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