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  • Products are moved on conveyer belts inside Amazon's main fulfillment center  in San Fernando de Henares

    Why Retailers Are Closing Malls but Building More Warehouses

    By Lauren Thomas, CNBC

    America is over-malled, but not enough warehouses to support Amazon America is over-malled, but not enough warehouses to support Amazon America has too many malls. Related: Amazon's Next Target: Your...

  • Prospective home owners tour a community being developed by builder D.R. Horton in Jurupa Valley, California

    It's Never Been This Expensive to Buy a New House

    By Lindsay Dunsmuir, Reuters

    New U.S. single-family home sales rose in May and the median sales price surged to an all-time high, suggesting the housing market had regained momentum. The Commerce Department said on Friday new...

  • U.S. President Donald Trump concludes remarks to reporters during his meeting with Ukraine's President Petro Poroshenko in the Oval Office at the White House in Washington, U.S. June 20, 2017.  REUTERS/Jonathan Ernst

    Carrier Employees Brace for Layoffs as Trump's Deal to Save Jobs Loses Its Shine

    By Scott Cohn, CNBC

    More than 600 employees at a Carrier plant in Indianapolis are bracing for layoffs beginning next month, despite being told by President Trump that nearly all the jobs at the plant had been saved...

  • Why Walmart Is Still a Threat to Amazon and Whole Foods

    By Hayley Peterson, Business Insider

    Investors are grossly overestimating the impact to Walmart of Amazon's bid for Whole Foods, according to Moody's. Amazon's offer of $13.7 billion, or $42 a share, for the natural and organic grocery...

  • Assembly workers work on the underside of 2015 Ford Mustang vehicles on the production line at the Ford Motor Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan, August 20, 2015.  REUTERS/Rebecca Cook

    Why Your Next Ford Could Be Made in China

    By Paul Lienert and David Shepardson, Reuters

    Ford Motor Co ( F.N ) said Tuesday it will move some production of its Focus small car to China and import the vehicles to the United States in a long-term bet on low oil prices and stable U.S.-China...

  • Models pose during a presentation of the J. Crew Spring/Summer 2017 collection during New York Fashion Week in the Manhattan borough of New York, U.S., September 11, 2016.  REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

    Amazon's Next Target: Your Wardrobe

    By Lauren Thomas, CNBC

    First it was food, now it's fashion. Just days after disrupting the grocery industry, Amazon has announced plans to grow and evolve its fashion retail division online, launching a new Prime...

  • How the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal Could Squeeze the US Economy

    By Jeff Cox, CNBC

    Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has changed the way the retail world operates. He may be about to exert a similar level of pressure on the economy and expectations for future price trends at the supermarket...

  • Prices of packaged sausages are displayed on digital price tags at a 365 by Whole Foods Market grocery store ahead of its opening day in Los Angeles, U.S., May 24, 2016. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

    Whole Foods Offers Something Amazon Really Wants: Data

    By Michelle Castillo, CNBC

    Amazon's deal with Whole Foods may give it something that has remained a mostly mystery to the Internet retail giant: Information about the behavior of people who shop in stores. This matters because...

  • Officers' housing for sale in Discovery Park, formerly known as Fort Lawton, are seen near a functioning FAA air traffic control radar dome in Seattle, Washington, U.S. February 11, 2017.  REUTERS/Chris Helgren

    Why Home Builders Are Cutting Back on New Construction

    By Lucia Mutikani, Reuters

    U.S. homebuilding fell for a third straight month in May to the lowest level in eight months as construction activity declined broadly, suggesting that housing could be a drag on economic growth in...

  • Customers leave the Whole Foods Market in Boulder, Colorado May 10, 2017.  REUTERS/Rick Wilking

    Grocery Stocks Are Reeling as Amazon Gobbles Up Whole Foods

    By Katie Little, CNBC

    News that e-commerce giant Amazon.com is buying Whole Foods sent grocery stocks reeling Friday. Amazon said it would buy the natural and organic foods supermarket chain for $42 per share in an all-...

  • The Apple iPhone7 and AirPods are displayed during an Apple media event in San Francisco, California, U.S. September 7, 2016. Reuters/Beck Diefenbach

    Where Do You Store Your Medical Info? Apple Wants It to Be Your iPhone

    By Christina Farr, CNBC

    Imagine turning to your iPhone for all your health and medical information — every doctor's visit, lab test result, prescription and other health information, all available in a snapshot on your...

  • Men on Mars

    Elon Musk: Here's How We Can Put a Million People on Mars

    By Dave Mosher, Business Insider

    In September 2016, tech mogul Elon Musk walked onto a stage in Guadalajara, Mexico, and laid out his vision to colonize Mars with his company SpaceX. The talk was bold for a couple of reasons. First...

  • A prototype of the Tesla Model 3 is on display in front of the factory during a media tour of the Tesla Gigafactory which will produce batteries for the electric carmaker in Sparks, Nevada, U.S. July 26, 2016.  REUTERS/James Glover II

    Why Tesla Could Be Racing Toward an Electric Car Monopoly

    By Raul Hernandez , Business Insider

    Tesla is already a leader in the electric vehicle market, but the extent of its advantages in manufacturing may be underestimated. According to a team of Berenberg analysts led by Alexander Haissl,...

  • Breakfast cereal is shown for sale at a Ralphs grocery store in Del Mar, California

    The 15 Worst Supermarkets in 2017

    By Wendy Aspuro, The Fiscal Times

    Fewer Americans may be shopping for food at their local grocery store each week, preferring instead to fill their carts from a variety of specialty stores. But plenty of people still rely on their...

  • The Five Largest US Banks are Launching Their Venmo 'Killer'

    By David Henry and Anna Irrera, Reuters

    The U.S. banking industry is about to launch its answer to the popular mobile payments app Venmo, in what is likely to be the biggest change in years in how individuals exchange funds digitally. Over...

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