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Berkshire Hathaway's Charlie Munger.

CHARLIE MUNGER ON HQ2: ‘Driving the rich people out is pretty dumb if you’re a state or a city’

Charlie Munger, the vice chairman of Berkshire Hathaway, weighed in on Amazon's decision to ditch its New York HQ2 plans.

Love blooms in Singapore: Spending on Valentine’s Day flowers soars 102% in three years, Mastercard says

Two popular Valentine's Day gifts – or rather, experiences – in 2018 were travels and hotel staycations.

Tesla’s Amazon store is another example of how the automaker is better at using online retail than its competitors, an expert says

Tesla opened a store on Amazon last week that sells branded merchandise like hats and diecast versions of Tesla vehicles.
Whole Foods is expanding rapidly into delivery and pickup.

Amazon’s earnings included a negative number, but the company said it doesn’t matter

Amazon's fourth-quarter earnings release included a physical-store sales number that confused some observers.

Amazon is about to look ‘cheap’: Analysts are doubling down on their bullish calls, even as the company’s growth slows

Amazon beat analysts' expectations for both quarterly profits and sales, but shares fell after the company offered investors weak guidance.

Amazon tops Wall Street’s holiday expectations, but offers weak sales guidance

The e-tailing giant posted results that were better than Wall Street's heady expectations. But it offered a weak sales forecast.

RedMart is moving operations on its app and website to Lazada

You can delete the RedMart app from your mobile phone because you will need it no more.
Walmart's website has a new Fanatics shop.

Walmart’s newest virtual mall addition reveals a hidden strategy to attack one of Amazon’s biggest strengths

Walmart is in a mad dash to increase assortment on Walmart.com and compete with the huge assortment of competitors like Amazon and Ebay.
Amazon has unveiled a delivery robot named "Amazon Scout."

Amazon has revealed a new autonomous-delivery robot named ‘Scout’

Amazon has begun testing delivery via a wheeled autonomous robot in Washington state.