Amazon Is the Number One US Apparel Retailer, Passing Walmart

What was years in the making has finally happened, with Amazon passing Walmart to become the largest apparel retailer in the US.

SpaceX President: No Plans for Tiered Starlink Pricing

SpaceX is aggressively rolling out its Starlink satellite internet service, and has no plans to offer multi-tier pricing.

Google Switching from Oracle Finance Software to SAP

Google is reportedly switching from Oracle Finance to SAP, with the move occurring in the next few weeks.

Amazon Tries and Fails to Have Cameras Installed at Union Vote

As Amazon workers in Alabama vote on unionization, Amazon tried and failed to get approval to install cameras to watch ballot boxes.

Goldman Sachs Warns of Rising EV Battery Costs

Goldman Sachs is warning that electric vehicle makers will face rising battery costs, thanks to increased popularity.

Amazon’s Italy Workers Go On Strike

Amazon’s workers in Italy are going on a 24-hour strike to protest working conditions.

AT&T Will Start Counting HBO Max Against Data Plans

AT&T has announced it will start counting HBO Max against wireless data plans, ending a previous exemption.

AT&T Will Spin Off DirecTV

After months of exploring a potential sale of DirecTV, AT&T has decided to spin off the satellite TV service.

Oracle Gets Boost From Barron’s Coverage of Company’s Cloud Business

Oracle’s stock has seen its best day in nearly a year on positive coverage of its cloud business by Barron’s, although some critics are not impressed.

DOJ Wants More Info on Salesforce/Slack Deal

The Department of Justice (DOJ) has asked for a second round of information on Salesforce’s acquisition of Slack.