This move is part of a spending ramp-up that will challenge its rivals such as Walmart Inc.
I’ve been waiting for Amazon Prime since the time Amazon set foot in India. The promise of unlimited video, audio and ebooks was enticing enough in itself, but the prospect of Prime Delivery was even more exciting.
E-commerce giant Amazon.com is taking lessons learnt from its daily battles with India's choked roads and cramped cities to some of its largest developed markets
It is known to all that Amazon has had a keen interest in delivering packages. Taking a step further, the company has unveiled a proposal to designate a portion of the airspace above suburbs and cities for drone delivery.
Amazon is developing a mobile application that would pay ordinary people, rather than courier companies, to deliver packages en route to other destinations.
Amazon.com Inc.'s fourth-quarter earnings roundly beat analyst expectations, sending the Seattle e-commerce giant's stock soaring 14 percent in aftermarket trading. Here's a closer look at what investors applauded and why hope continues.
After tying up with India Post to conduct pilot delivery tests across the country, Amazon.in has announced the availability of a one-day delivery service now.