Amazon, Costco and Walmart have won over shoppers during the coronavirus pandemic, according to the May 2020 Magid Food and Beverage Insight Tracker.
Joe Biden said Amazon should be paying higher taxes, while Amazon argued his complaint should be with the tax code.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos wrote that the permanent shelter is the largest in Washington state, spanning eight floors, and includes a health clinic and "critical tools" for support.
Nearly half the Twitter user discussing coronavirus reopenings on the platform could be bots, a new study by the Carnegie Mellon School of Computer Science has found.
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SpaceX is preparing to launch two NASA astronauts into orbit Wednesday.
President Trump will be present at SpaceX's historic launch set for Wednesday.
Researchers from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology devised an electrochemical eye that converts images through tiny sensors that mirror light-detecting photoreceptor cells.
If the company’s eccentric founder and CEO has his way, this is just the beginning: He’s planning to build a city on the red planet, and live there.
The U.N. disarmament chief warned Friday that cybercrime is on the rise, with a 600% increase in malicious emails during the COVID-19 pandemic.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro discusses the recent White House report on China strategy which was released this week, but FOX Business' Lou Dobbs pushes back on Navarro's assessment of the report.
Former Deputy National Security Adviser KT McFarland says China wants to be the world's dominant power after coronavirus.
Elon Musk was fired from his role as CEO of PayPal in 2000, but has since created SpaceX and Tesla and become a billionaire.
Qualcomm president Cristiano Amon discusses his company's relations with China, 5G service in the U.S. and how a majority of his employees are working remotely during the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon's Alexa is safe for most people, though some professionals recommend turning it off when working from home
Logitech president and CEO Bracken Darrell says while his companies' webcams experienced a shortage online, they should be back in stock by the end of June.
Khan Academy CEO and founder Sal Khan discusses the positives and negatives of some colleges and universities deciding to drop standardized test scores as part of admission requirements.
BMO Capital Markets strategist Brian Belski says many big tech stocks will continue to perform well after the coronavirus pandemic.
Facebook employees who work remotely outside of big cities could be subject to salary reductions.
Xenex CEO Morris Miller discusses new technology which disinfects spaces from coronavirus with UV light.