A caravan of protestors demanding increased pay and COVID-19 protections disrupted business at an Amazon Distribution Center in the San Francisco Bay Area on Saturday.
A day after a congressional antitrust hearing, Amazon, Apple, Alphabet, and Facebook reported a combined $28.6 billion in profit this quarter.
The Amazon CEO testified before Congress that the tech giant has a policy against using third party seller data to help its private label business, but couldn't guarantee it had never been broken.
The CEOs talked a lot about America and its possibilities, but it is undeniable that their actions are undermining what they claim to celebrate.
A leading antitrust crusader revealed she was getting paid by companies facing antitrust scrutiny by federal and state authorities, as well as her own antitrust research project.
On behalf of millions of workers, the unions are calling on the FTC to investigate the company’s dominance over workers and markets.
The government won't make us protect ourselves and others, but some companies will. Thanks, President Best Buy!
Tens of thousands of workers will stage a massive work stoppage on July 20 to demand that corporations and the government confront systemic racism and police brutality.
Motherboard obtained letters between Amazon and the California’s Labor Commissioner Office saying the e-commerce giant was violating a state paid leave law enacted to prevent the spread of Coronavirus but now will comply.
The pitch-black satire about a Silicon Valley-made digital afterlife is scathing, entertaining, and seems self-aware it's on Amazon.
Amazon's contracted delivery drivers say that their workloads have dramatically increased during the Covid-19 pandemic, in some cases more than doubling.