A crack has finally formed in the foundation of the US bull market. Now investors must decide if any structural damage has been done. This year’s hottest stocks, companies from Facebook and Apple to Netflix and Nvidia, buckled’s shares topped US$1 000 for the first time on Tuesday, marking a new milestone for a company wooing investors by dominating online commerce and cloud computing. Amazon shares hit $1 001,20 in New York

JSE-listed media and e-commerce giant Naspers has announced it will invest R960m in South African e-retailer Takealot Online – which owns and other assets – in the process taking a majority stake in the company. In a statement has agreed to buy Dubai-based online retailer, whose shareholders include Naspers and Tiger Global Management, betting that e-commerce in the Middle East is poised to take off. The US e-commerce is in talks to acquire Dubai-based online retailer for about $1bn (R14,2bn) in a deal that will give the e-commerce giant a footprint in the high-growth Middle East market, according is weighing a bid for a stake in Dubai-based online retailer as the e-commerce giant seeks to expand in the Middle East, according to people with knowledge of the matter. The stake

The unusual look of Amazon’s delivery drone combines elements of both fixed-wing aircraft, such as traditional passenger aeroplanes, and rotocraft such as helicopters, in a design that looks like neither. But despite its unusual looks, the boxy drone has been designed