The Indian spinoff of the popular Amazon Prime series has a powerful story around the “triple divorce.”
Across the country, Amazon's delivery service partners, the small businesses that exclusively deliver packages for Amazon, are going tens of thousands of dollars into the negative.
Kent Police Assistant Chief Derek Kammerzell says he put an SS rank on his door after watching “Man in the High Castle.” The city didn't buy it.
We're drooling over a clam-pasta-themed cabana set, snatching up A$AP's collab with Vans, and staying glued to 'American Crime Story.'
In a 12 page letter to the FTC, the unions warn that the merger would allow Amazon to crush competitors and hurt consumers.
Amazon says it has a process for blacklisting dangerous and racist customers from its drivers’ delivery routes, but a Motherboard investigation found it doesn’t always do so.
"It’s fucking horrendous, honestly. [You're crossing] multiple lanes, busy traffic."
Is this truck an Amazon employee, an imposter, or ... a cop?
What if I told you that breaking with a cartoonishly evil company wouldn’t mean the end of free shipping and great deals?
After four police complaints, India’s Information and Broadcasting Ministry has pulled up the streaming giant.
The new bill is estimated to raise nearly $1 billion for Canadian content within a few years, but there are worries the big tech companies will push the costs to customers.
Amazon Prime Video is 660 percent more expensive in the US than in India, while Netflix is 88 percent pricier in Switzerland.