The store's move to stop selling the e-reader will have only a minor impact on the online retailer's revenue.
After the company misses lofty iPhone 5 sales estimates, investors send shares lower. Analysts weigh in.
The country's largest retail chain is ditching Amazon's tablets, the latest sally in an ongoing battle between traditional big-box retailers and their online rivals.
Founder Richard Schulze's bid to take the company private is utterly stupid, but it's a great gift that shareholders should accept.
The company just posted a horrible quarter and suspended its dividend. There's little hope it can turn things around in this age of 'showrooming' and online buying.
Steven Madden upgraded to 'outperform,' and Caterpillar downgraded to 'market perform.'
Stocks are mixed as Apple earnings weigh on the Nasdaq but improved outlooks from Boeing and Caterpillar support the Dow.
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