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This week, we’re gearing up for the holidays with some serious shopping, a little chocolate... and a trip to Levittown, New York, where the modern suburb was born. Read More...

Walmart changed the fate of retail with lower prices, more convenience, and greater selection. Now, Amazon is working off that same playbook.Read More...

A room filled with static.

The Internet might have killed the music industry, and that quaint little neighborhood bookstore. But writer Michael Wolff says television is safe, at least for now. Read More...

A rainbow of credit cards.

Are you paying the same price for a pair of sunglasses on Amazon as your friend? Maybe not. Dan Mongan tells us how companies are using big data to take as much of our money as possible. Read More...

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Amazon wants to deliver books, CDs, and diapers to us by drone. But testing drones around the country opens up a world of potential problems. Read More...

Jeff Bezos

Time for a little experiment. Open a new tab in your browser and type in the URL “Relentless.com.” It’ll take you to a surprising and probably familiar place: the homepage of Amazon.com. As Brad Stone, author of the new and controversial book “The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon” notes, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos considered “relentless” a fair characterization of the company he wanted to build. But, truth be told, it’s also a fair characterization of the man behind the company.

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If you were going to rank companies based on innovation, rather than size or net worth, where would you start? Hal Gregersen, co-author of The Innovator's DNA and Forbes' Most Innovative Companies and professor at INSEAD, shares his methodology. Read More...

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