Cities across the country are competing to land Amazon's second corporate headquarters. What will it take to win?…
By Patty Gorena Morales
Twenty years after the first audio player, PBS NewsHour looks at back at the history of audiobooks and where they’re headed next.
By Alison Thoet
Mega-retailer Amazon has come under scrutiny for deleting nearly 900 predominately negative reviews of Hillary Clinton’s new campaign memoir “What Happened.” The number of reviews spiked to over 1,400 following the book’s release, split almost evenly between glowing praise and…
By Jennifer Hijazi
NewsHour business and economics correspondent Paul Solman sat down recently with Franklin Foer to discuss Foer's new book, “World Without Mind: The Existential Threat of Big Tech.”…
By Sam Lane
Is traditional retail dead? There have been more store closings this year than any since the Great Recession, with retailers filing for bankruptcy at a record pace. And yet online retailers like Amazon and Warby Parker are adding brick-and-mortar stores.
By Nsikan Akpan
Amazon issued a recall for some eclipse glasses sold on its internet marketplace, but did not publicly list the offending vendors or brands.
By C. Michael White
The biggest online retailer’s entry into this market may lead to efficiency gains, but the cost would be dear in terms of further severing the link between patients and actual pharmacists.
By PBS NewsHour
In our news wrap Wednesday, President-elect Donald Trump met with leaders of tech giants like Amazon, Google and Facebook, saying he will personally be there for them. During the campaign, he chastised the industry for sending jobs overseas. Also, short-term…
On Monday, Amazon forayed into the brick and mortar grocery industry with the launch of Amazon Go. But the high-tech market could drastically change shopping and eventually eliminate the need for millions of cashiers.
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