With an expanding core retail business, Amazon's firing on all cylinders. But lot depends on the continuing growth of AWS. Can Amazon keep it up?
Ad execs aren't taking the threat of ad-blocking software seriously and that's a mistake, says this LinkedIn executive.
Just halfway into this year's Singles' Day shopping event, Alibaba has already eclipsed its record sales result from 2014.
Yahoo may have the revenue and scale to make a comeback, but increasingly, experts are questioning whether it is missing a key ingredient: Human capital.
At dawn on Wednesday an army of 1.7 million foot soldiers and 400,000 vehicles will fan out across towns and cities in China.
The New York-based owner of dating websites including Tinder, Match and OkCupid is to press ahead with a flotation valuing the group at $3.1bn (£2.1bn).
Twitter chief executive Jack Dorsey’s other company, Square, has seen at least a third shaved off its 2014 valuation at $6bn, resulting in an IPO share price of between $11 and $13 a share. To make up the shortfall, the company may have to issue extra stock to preferred shareholders.
It took Amazon.com to get Kirsten Davenport back into a bookshop.
Google has been accused of abusing its search dominance to promote Google Maps over rivals by UK-based Streetmap.
Internet firms are all jostling to reach the "next 1 billion" in emerging markets, and for Google, its mapping technology is one of the key pushes.