Amazon controls about three-quarters of the market for home automation devices, according to a report last month.
CNBC's Bob Pisani takes a look at what's moving in early morning trading as the Dow takes aim at another record high.
Aim Sinpeng, lecturer in Comparative Politics, University of Sydney, says remarks by the military-backed government in Thailand it will hold elections in 2018 should be taken with a grain of salt.
French luxury label Hermès is expanding its home wares collection with the aim of creating a new way of life for customers, says Hélène Dubrule, MD of Hermès Maison.
AOL's instant messenger announced Friday it's shutting down effective Dec. 15. It thanked its "buddies" in a tweet for helping to make chat history.
New protections from the CFPB curtail payday loans, yet consumer advocates say they should be treated as a "loan of last resort."
Rhonda Wong, CEO and co-founder, Ohmyhome, says the mass market for home buying in Singapore is the initial aim of the real estate services site.
U.S. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross says there's no deal on any specific item over North American Free Trade Agreement until you "have a deal on everything."
Chinese e-commerce giant Alibaba increased its logistics investments as part of its aim to fulfill orders on the mainland withing 24 hours.
Detroit's Bass brothers plan to sell 25 percent of their Eminem royalty rights to a company that is setting up a mini-IPO