Bezos says Amazon is working to give more to its customers for less, but they aren't really getting anything extra with the Prime increase.
Amazon's quarterly advertising sales surpassed $2 billion for the first time in the first quarter.
Amazon is increasing the price of its annual Prime membership from $99 to $119.
Square is a financial technology company that's best known for its eponymous square white payments devices.
Amazon's cloud fetched $5.4 billion in revenue in the first quarter.
The possibility of winning the Amazon headquarter contest in Nashville worries locals over the prospect of more people, more traffic, and higher rents, the New York Times reports.
Microsoft beat expectations on earnings and revenue for its fiscal third quarter.
Amazon reported its first-quarter earnings on Thursday after the bell.
Eric Jackson talks to Ben Fritz about how Hollywood is reshaping itself.
Ford and GM's first-quarter earnings show how much Detroit is shifting toward crossovers, SUVs and trucks in the US.
It appears all-is-forgotten concerning Facebook's data leak scandal after strong quarterly earnings, CNBC's Jim Cramer says.
Amazon is adding new features to its smart voice assistant is getting new features, including a memory.
Bernstein predicts Apple will give a June quarter sales forecast below Wall Street expectations.
China is a vital market both for sales of Apple products and for Apple's supply chain.
Samsung Electronics warned of a slowdown in the global smartphone market, predicting weakness in its display panel unit.
Wall Street expects another huge jump in Amazon’s revenue, but lower profits, compared with last year, when the company reports its first-quarter earnings on Thursday.
It's an important benchmark and stock move for the social media giant.
Wall Street is buzzing over Facebook's latest earnings results, which topped Wall Street's expectations despite recent uproar about the company's handling of user information.
Elon Musk has a lot going on. And it may be coming at the expense of his core business — Tesla.
"We did not read all of the terms and conditions," CTO Mike Schroepfer told U.K. lawmakers at a parliamentary committee hearing.
Jim Cramer tells investors that market swings could be a chance to reevaluate their portfolios, but not buy more.
It's Facebook's first financial report since revelations of a data leak rocked the company's reputation.
Apple, like Facebook and Google, lets you download your data file. Here's how to get it.
Google added many capabilities to Gmail, including a sidebar with Google Calendar and a confidential mode.
Tim Cook and Donald Trump's meeting is scheduled for 1.45 p.m. Washington time, but no agenda has been released.
Amazon, Alphabet, Netflix and Facebook shares all fell by more than 3 percent Tuesday.
The company is building out its investment in cloud computing, placing it in more direct competition with Amazon and outlining a path forward for the company beyond advertising revenue.
Facebook is making its Community Standards rules public for the first time, here's what you need to know about what types of posts are and aren't allowed.
The free in-car delivery is available to Prime members in select cities and only through supported vehicles.
Alphabet reported quarterly earnings after the bell on Monday.
Google parent company Alphabet reports its first quarter earnings on Monday.
Chamath Palihapitiya shares his market views at The Sohn Investment Conference in New York Monday.
The Amazon founder and CEO left his job at a New York-based hedge fund in 1994 and set out to sell books online, driven off Wall Street in part by competition from Madoff.
Going against Silicon Valley's glorification of long hours and personal sacrifice, a new early-stage VC firm is betting on an intensive founder development program that will give all participants a "life board of directors."
Toshiba said this week that it hit a record in 2017 of recycled toner products: 228 metric tons of used toner.
The ban on state-owned ZTE was imposed last Monday in a case involving exports of telecoms equipment to Iran and North Korea.
Employers have a lot of power and resources to fix the broken health care system. Will they?