Amazon is reducing its seasonal hires this year by 20,000 people.
And USPS had better take note of what that means for the long term.
The third quarter disappointed and management set low expectations for the end of the year.
The rapid culling of smaller streaming services at WarnerMedia follows AT&T's announced plans of offering one big streaming service encompassing HBO and other WarnerMedia properties.
Apple's fee for making Google the default search engine in Safari reportedly could top $12 billion next year.
It could help the company grow in emerging markets like India.
About 60% of Amazon customers subscribe to Prime, but getting that last 40% will be a lot harder than the first 60%.
Oddly enough, Amazon might be the one to give it a big push.
Overall, video ads account for about one-quarter of all digital advertising in the United States. Facebook is absolutely dominant in the space, accounting for 25% of digital advertising revenue this year.
The CEO expects to produce positive cash flow in 2019. Really?
Merchants looking for an alternative to Amazon are turning to Walmart.
ESPN+ has reached 1 million subscribers in just five months.
5G technology could change the world, but carriers have to build networks that support it first.
It went from $1 billion in sales to $10 billion in just over two years.
Walmart's spending heavily to promote online grocery ordering and has plans to expand its delivery service to 100 metro areas by the end of this year.
The big-box retailer is taking the next step to transform itself into an e-commerce power.
Netflix is testing a way to circumvent Apple's 30% cut on new subscriber revenue.
Both are buying small packages of sports rights as experiments.
Losses at Hulu are on track to double year over year, and Disney will soon have a 60% stake.
Twitch's CEO thinks it can more than double revenue in short order.