Unless the revolution takes him out
A company which allows small- to medium-sized firms to compare different business products, has added up some numbers and reached the conclusion that the world's first trillionaire will likely be Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos.
Positive signs of competition
Despite the fact it being some of the only way that people could buy products during the lockdown, there are signs that Amazon is starting to lose market share.
See you Jimmy
Amazon is piloting the use of video conference calls to verify the identity of merchants who wish to sell goods on its websites, in a new plan to counter fraud without in-person meetings in the pandemic, the company said on Sunday.
Suspends Amazon’s case against Microsoft
A US judge held a case by Amazon challenging the Pentagon’s decision to award a $10 billion contract to Microsoft.
Smalls worried over coronavirus safety conditions
Chris Smalls, an Amazon fulfilment center employee, claims the company fired him after he led a strike at a warehouse in Staten Island, New York, over coronavirus safety conditions.
Even though his business is making a killing
While Amazon is seeing its business go through the roof as people locked in houses need deliveries, its boss claims he can’t afford to pay his staff sick leave.
They are more like us
Speech recognition systems from five of the world's biggest tech companies -- Amazon, Apple, Google, IBM and Microsoft -- make far fewer errors with users who are white than with users who are black.
My back stretcher has been delayed
Amazon will stop shipping non-essential products to consumers in Italy and France, the company said on Saturday, representing an escalation in the e-commerce giant’s response in regions hard hit by the coronavirus outbreak.
Online orders surge
Amazon.com is hiring 100,000 warehouse and delivery workers in the United States to deal with a surge in online orders, as many consumers have turned to the web to meet their needs during the coronavirus outbreak.
Smart speakers require continuous status-change updates from devices
Since 2019 smart speakers from Amazon, Google have been requiring continuous status-change updates from devices.