SAN FRANCISCO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc is known in the advertising industry as the "sleeping giant" because the world's largest Internet retailer harbors a trove of consumer-spending data that many marketers have called an unrealized opportunity. Full story
One in four small-business owners plan to spend most of their investment dollars on social media, online advertising and marketing this spring, according to a recent Manta survey. Here are two challenges they face and how to best address them. Full story
California legislators could pass a bill that would require companies to tell you exactly what personal data they've shared with other companies. Known as the "Right to Know Act of 2013," the bill yanks California consumer law in line with today's technology, expanding coverage to include online adv Full story
Chris Hansen proves that the online classifieds has become a virtual flea market -- even for real body parts.
Republican Holt and former DNC Communications Director Karen Finney discuss the massive amount of campaign ad spending heading into the home stretch of the presidential race.
Gene Munster, Piper Jaffray, and CNBC's Jon Fortt, discuss Yahoo's earnings results and growing competition from Google and Facebook in the fight for online advertising.
The Republican candidates are working hard to win voters. Rick Perry unveils his flat tax plan and Herman Cain rolls out some new radio and online ads to support his campaign.
CNBC's Julia Boorstin with a list of successful online ad campaigns, and the winners and losers in media sales, with Jon Fine, digital media consultant.
This undated photo provided by the Hennepin County Jail shows Montia Marie Parker. Parker, 18, a suburban Minneapolis high school cheerleader, is accused of prostituting a younger student by creating an online ad and taking her to see potential customers, pocketing $60 in one case. She faces felony