Kanye West claims Zappos sells sh-t product. So Zappos does. It's a $100,000 toilet and plunger, which is already enjoying positive reviews.
The online retail giant wants other sites to integrate the new log-in feature, which lets customers sign in to their Amazon accounts and make purchases without entering new payment information.
The online retail giant is tapping more directly into the shopping needs of the estimated 80 million Americans aged 50 or older in the U.S.
Study ranks best tweet responders among top 25 online retailers in a 45-day period.
From a consumer perspective, Amazon is going to run away with all e-commerce unless the rest of the Web can figure out shipping. Molly Wood asks why online shipping is still such a tough nut to crack.
The rise of ads that follow users around the web is helping fuel the rise of subpar content--though maybe not for long.
The Nexus S, which claims to offer pure, unadulterated Google, is launched with an ad that features many, many pairs of shoes. Is this pure, unadulterated weird?
Kiva Systems' inventory robots are invading Amazon.com-owned warehouses via the e-commerce powerhouse's recent acquisitions.
Online retailer 6pm.com loses more than $1.6 million after accidentally capping prices for all products on its site at $49.95, a Zappos executive says.
Microsoft cancels its family licensing program and Molly decides it needs a lesson in economics.