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Danielle Kucera

Technology reporter covering Amazon, EBay, Yelp, Angie's List, Monster Worldwide, Gilt Groupe and others. Tar Heel.

Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos is retooling the Kindle Fire to revive slumping demand in a market dominated by Apple.

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Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos is retooling the Kindle Fire to revive slumping demand in a market dominated by Apple.

At Amazon’s Event, Jeff Bezos Channels Steve Jobs Again

The similarities these days between Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos and the late Steve Jobs are no coincidence. Bezos has channeled Apple’s co-founder before. It happened again yesterday when Amazon unveiled a new line of Kindle e-readers and tablets that take...

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The Flip camera remains a favorite on Amazon.

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The Flip camera remains a favorite on Amazon.

The Flip Is No Flop: Video Camera Is Still Among Top Sellers on Amazon

A year after Cisco Systems Inc. said it would shutter its Flip video-camera unit, the devices are still among the best-selling camcorders on Amazon.com. The black Flip UltraHD is the No. 3 most popular handheld video camera on Amazon’s site....

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David Marcus is taking over PayPal, a business that accounted for more than 40 percent of EBay’s sales last year.

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David Marcus is taking over PayPal, a business that accounted for more than 40 percent of EBay’s sales last year.

PayPal’s New Leader: How He Handled a Crisis at His Startup

Here’s one way to restore “startup energy” to a 13-year-old business: Put an entrepreneur who has been there less than a year in charge. EBay Chief Executive John Donahoe will relinquish his role as the interim president of PayPal to...

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How many Kindle Fires have been sold? Amazon won't say.

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How many Kindle Fires have been sold? Amazon won't say.

How Many Kindle Fires Sold Last Quarter? 3 Million. Or 4. Maybe 5.

Determining how many Kindle Fires have been sold is starting to look like a bad game of pin the tail on the donkey. Research firm IDC  said today that fourth-quarter unit sales were 4.7 million, giving Amazon 16.8 percent of...

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Mario Garica pushes a box of diapers along a conveyor belt at the Amazon.com Phoenix Fulfillment Center.

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Mario Garica pushes a box of diapers along a conveyor belt at the Amazon.com Phoenix Fulfillment Center.

Moms Mad at Amazon.com Over Discontinued Discount

Amazon.com has grown into the world’s largest online retailer in part by enticing customers with money-saving offers. Now it’s cutting back on one of those discounts, sparking a backlash among parents who say it’s changing the rules in the middle...

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