The investment bank says it will improve risk management, while the BlackBerry maker could split in two.
The retailer plans to end a customer's ability to window shop at its stores and buy elsewhere later, although it's not yet clear how.
The discount chain is competitive on prices, but more of its customers are still turning to the online retailer.
A quarterly loss narrows as the company mulls a takeover bid.
New numbers from IDC show a dramatic decrease in expectations for Android-based tablets this year.
Rumors are swirling around the company's event in Los Angeles on Monday.
The online retail pioneer has had its ups and downs. But it has continued to adapt and exploit opportunities, and it's once again on the upswing.
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