The company will double its ad spending over the next two to three years.
Customers can now pay an annual subscription for unlimited grocery delivery.
Target.com customers can now select same-day delivery as a checkout option.
Amazon's video service is better positioned to succeed than any of the other existing players.
Facebook shared an update on Watch, and the competition is on notice.
Cable companies like Comcast and Charter aren't interested in promo pricing their video subscriber services anymore.
FedEx won't renew its FedEx Express contract with Amazon.com at the end of the month.
Viewership for Amazon, Hulu, and Netflix all climbed considerably over the past year.
Walmart is winning its battle with Amazon for online grocery sales.
The e-commerce titan could use Sizmek's ad server to attract new marketers -- and market share -- from Google and others.
HBO Now is already priced at a premium to the market. How well will it compete with Disney+ and Netflix?
The social network doesn't have the demand or targeting data to increase ad load without upsetting users. That's a problem.
Prime members nationwide have one-day delivery access to over 10 million products as the e-commerce giant raises the stakes for Walmart and Target.
Amazon.com is pushing more small vendors to use its third-party seller services.
Average engagement time with Instagram is expected to surpass Snapchat this year.
Amazon is highlighting how attractive its Fire TV users are to marketers.
The market might be undervaluing Amazon's core business by about $500 billion.
Sellers will move to optimize their Amazon ad campaigns, causing average prices to climb.
It's uniquely positioned among media companies to benefit from more streaming services.
But it might have peaked with new competition about to enter the market.