Amazon opening bookstores grabs lots of attention but it's really just another smart strategy. After all Amazon is a book seller already.
The top U.S. e-commerce player is supposedly looking to take a deep dive in the brick-and-mortar environment.
During its earnings call Thursday Amazon leaders didn't seem too upset about falling short of some analysts' financial expectations and drove home the message it's aiming to make customer experience better than ever.
Amazon is supposedly looking to launch a brand-new music subscription service that would go head-to-head with Apple Music and Spotify, according to a news report.
Amazon wants to make shopping easier than ever and is building a re-order capability via connected devices tied to its Amazon Dash service.
Regulatory challenges, safety hurdles and increasing competition aren't stalling Amazon's plans to be one of the first, if not the first, drone service delivery provider in flight.
First drones, now ocean freighters. Amazon's expanding logistics strategy moves forward.
Amazon is celebrating its Golden Globe wins and wants to share the good feeling with the world.
Amazon is rolling out a food takeout service to directly compete with the likes of GrubHub, Seamless and DeliveryHero. TechCrunch reports: The offering is initially going to be part of Amazon Local, the company’s Groupon-style service and app that offers people daily deals, coupons and discounts from merchants in their neighborhood.