Amazon's "Prime Day" has returned for a second year with the online retail giant promising twice as many deals as last year.
Amazon’s much-hyped Prime Day sale event is July 12, but the giant online retailer is already offering deals leading up to the big day.
A federal judge has ruled that Amazon is liable for in-app purchases made by children, the latest development in a suit filed by the Federal Trade Commission in 2014.
Amazon Prime is going monthly and taking even more direct aim at Netflix.
Amazon is reversing course and will let customers resume encrypting locally stored data on their Fire tablets.
Amazon is now offering full refunds on any hoverboards sold on the site, including in the US and Canada.
A bad start to 2016 for the stock market got even worse.
Amazon said Wednesday that it will start offering its holiday deals on Nov. 20 -- a full week ahead of Black Friday.
Amazon plans to hire 100,000 people for the holidays, a 25 percent jump from last year.
A federal appeals court in New York says Apple violated antitrust laws by colluding with publishers to raise electronic book prices in 2010.