Shopping giant Amazon is coming under fire for a 'speed-obsessed culture' at its Staten Island distribution center in a new report released this week.
IAC and Expedia chairman and senior executive Barry Diller discusses big tech ‘monopolies’ and the need for sensible regulation.
All seven seats on the Seattle City Council are up for grabs.
'The Algebra of Happiness' author Scott Galloway says Amazon is going to be the most valuable company in the world in five years because of their cloud ownership. Barron's Roundtable host Jack Otter and Barron's Technology Editor Alex Eule try to nail down what these big tech companies can actually do in regards to cybersecurity. Galloway also addresses Facebook Libra being DOA.
Amazon gives their positions on the hot topics of the day in vast position paper.
A ‘Bulls & Bears’ panel reacts to a new report on Amazon workers possibly watching customers home-security footage from cameras stored on the cloud.
Bezos alleged the tabloid, then owned by American Media Inc., was attempting to blackmail and extort him with the threat.
One of the proposals would allow countries to tax digital companies based on sales, rather than physical presence.
The information that can be derived from Alexa-enabled political donations goes beyond just which candidates are bringing in more donor money.
Amazon is inline to become defense powerhouse.
Billionaire Richard Branson gets big investment from Boeing.
FOX Business’ Liz Claman reports breaking news that the Amazon Prime app has mysteriously disappeared from Apple’s app store.
From its origins as an online bookseller during the 1990s, Amazon has evolved into one of the biggest publicly-held companies.
Irving Group CEO Larry Irving discusses how the incentives to grow the Internet was inherently different two decades ago. Irving notes how big tech needs to be held accountable.
Home-assistant sales rose 96 percent since last year, hitting 30 million in 2019.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, like other tech CEOs, said that he sees no problem with his company providing tools to the oil and gas industry.
Shoppers have six fewer days between Cyber Week and Christmas to make their purchases.
USIM Founder and CEO Dennis Holt gives his take on what the future of media and streaming will be.
Former Toys ‘R’ Us CEO Gerald Storch discusses how the retail landscape is changing.
Companies like Facebook and Google are looking to conservative senators as their last best hope.