We're About to Learn How Bad Amazon’s Delivery Infrastructure Will Be for Workers
FedEx has cut ties with Amazon, which means that in the long term, Amazon will be doing more deliveries itself.
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Amazon Is Celebrating Its Monopoly Power With Prime Day
You pay $119, Amazon loses money on the shipping, and together we build a monopoly.
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How Etsy Sellers and Big Business Make Money on Public Domain Art
Content in the public domain isn’t just legal to download for free. It’s also legal to sell.
Traffickers Are Using Instagram and YouTube as Black Markets for Live Cheetahs
A new report identified more than 900 advertisements for poached cheetahs on social media.
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Inside Flex—Amazon's army of everyday delivery people
Amazon just had its best Prime day ever.
Valve Disables Item Trading for Dutch 'Counter-Strike' Players, Making Their Expensive Gun Skins Worthless
The change to comply with Dutch regulations came with no warning, leaving players stuck with valuable inventories.
Witches Are Being Kicked Off of Square For Selling 'Occult Items'
Pagans are outraged.
People Are Calling For a Shopify Boycott Because It Hosts Breitbart’s Store
#DeleteShopify is the latest anti-Trump consumer protest movement.
Sick of Censorship, Artists Launch a "Witchsy" Online Market
Meet the merchants freeing e-commerce, one NSFW enamel pin at a time.
You’re Paying Too Much on Amazon, Study Says
Big data shows how algorithmic pricing means the first price usually isn’t the best price.
How Gawker Turned Into Groupon
This holiday, behold the rise of stealth e-commerce content-farming.
A Secretive Air Cargo Operation Is Running in Ohio, and Signs Point to Amazon
A mysterious "Project Aerosmith" is rumored to be the ecommerce giant's first attempt at running its own air shipping service.