Next month, the big-box retailer will start matching competitors' prices, including those of Amazon, which is the trend's biggest beneficiary.
The retailer's shares are up even as the founder mulls scrapping his takeover offer.
The parent company of the video-rental service sees profits plunge 27%, and isn't expecting much growth anytime soon.
Under CEO John Donahoe's watch, auctions are out and PayPal mobile payments are the moneymaker.
Wall Street cheered the retailer's fourth-quarter earnings, but a profit measure the company says is most important has been trimmed as it builds data and fulfillment centers.
A Web product manager is receiving praise for his Amazon.com look-alike resume, complete with starred ratings and a shopping cart.
The bookseller has historically closed 15 locations a year, and will continue that rate even as it tests new prototype stores.
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