Amazon's global sellers accounted for 25 percent of third-party sales in 2017.
Facebook said in its quarterly report on Thursday that investors could expect to hear about additional incidents of misused data.
Amazon's cloud fetched $5.4 billion in revenue in the first quarter.
Chanos reveals he's targeting stocks in fast food and health care. He also blasts Tesla again.
Microsoft beat expectations on earnings and revenue for its fiscal third quarter.
Amazon reported its first-quarter earnings on Thursday after the bell.
How Greece will end its third bailout program is linked to how much debt relief it wants, the ESM's Regling told CNBC.
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.
It's an important benchmark and stock move for the social media giant.
CTO Mike Schroepfer makes the disclosure to U.K. lawmakers investigating the Cambridge Analytica data scandal.
The European Central Bank (ECB) held interest rates steady on Thursday, as investors eagerly awaited any further guidance over the bank's monetary stimulus program.
"We did not read all of the terms and conditions," CTO Mike Schroepfer told U.K. lawmakers at a parliamentary committee hearing.
Oil prices are buoyant, oil major earnings appear to be looking up, but the oil industry is still entering an "age of restraint" rather than expansion, according to the co-head of European equity research at Goldman Sachs.
Following punishing losses in first quarter earnings, Deutsche Bank CFO James von Moltke says now is the time to stabilize the organization and move quickly on decisions.
Oil giant Royal Dutch Shell posted a 42 percent rise in profits in the first quarter of 2018, underpinned by a recent uptick in oil and gas prices.
Deutsche Bank posted first-quarter net profits of 120 million euros ($146 million) Thursday, a sharp fall from last year's figure.
India, Indonesia and the Philippines would be hit hard if investor pulled their capital for better returns in the U.S., said Sat Duhra, a portfolio manager at Janus Henderson.
Oil markets are underestimating what a collapsed Iran nuclear deal could have on prices, a strategist told CNBC.
If the summit fails to conclude in an agreement, that could be seen as a failure of diplomacy.
Russia has gotten its hands on an U.S. Tomahawk cruise missile and it's going to study it to improve its own weapon systems, the Defense Ministry said.
Luxury British carmaker Aston Martin is expanding in China, the world's biggest car market, on the back of positive growth figures, the company's CEO said Wednesday.
The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield has broken through 3 percent raising questions about the future of the global economy.
Swiss bank Credit Suisse posted a 57 percent rise in first-quarter pre-tax income Wednesday, beating analyst expectations amid an ongoing restructuring plan.
China's GDP growth will slow if a trade war with the U.S. ensues. That, along with the Red Giant's debt bubble, puts its future at risk.
Greece is set to hit lower-than-expected proceeds under a privatization program this yea.
Interest-rate volatility could produce a substantial decline in U.S. stocks, says Rainer Michael Preiss.
Google CEO Sundar Pichai told investors not to worry about Europe's upcoming privacy rules during the company's Q1 earnings call.
All eyes are on the U.S. 10-year Treasury yield on Monday as it could imminently hit the 3 percent threshold.
The advertising giant had just announced the departure of founder Martin Sorrell.
Mexico believes it is on the brink of agreeing to the modernization of the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA).
North Korea isn't seen giving up the nuclear capability it's already attained, multiple strategists told CNBC.
Trump, like Reagan, is an outside-the-beltway president, says Ralph Acampora. What else do they have in common?
North Korea has stopped short of saying it has any intention of abandoning its nuclear arsenal.
A U.S. push to change the Iran nuclear deal was sending a “very dangerous message” that countries should never negotiate with Washington, Iran’s foreign minister warned.
The diminutive actor who starred in the Austin Powers movies' as "Mini Me", Verne Troyer, died Saturday at a hospital in Los Angeles. He was 49.