Amazon has said each HQ2 site will result in 25,000 jobs. Will the working-class benefit? Will Amazon train locals for future employment?
It has reportedly requested meetings from several US airport operators.
The rise of tech could have been the company's downfall. Instead, it's been a boon.
Amazon's yearlong search for the location of its second headquarters was billed as a chance to transform an American city. In reality, it made plain an economic system that increases inequality, monopoly power and political polarization.
Through his Day 1 Fund, Bezos is giving more than $97 million to nonprofits that provide homeless services. But there's a downside to his charitable giving.
The tech giant's incoming HQ2 will erase the unique industrial landscape around Anable Basin.
Some companies are choosing to end their relationship with Amazon rather than cave to the online retailer's demands.
Fast Company asked the New York-based Architecture Research Office to imagine what Bezos's New York will look like. Their answer? A city turned into a giant fulfillment center.
"I just moved to Queens. That place used to have street cred... but now people are going to be like 'cool, can you return this package for me?'"
Homelessness, traffic, and average rents have skyrocketed. But hey, at least we have some nice restaurants.
Amazon's new headquarters will bring it at least $4.6 billion in state and local subsidies, according to an analysis by Good Jobs First.
Now that the home for its next headquarters has been chosen, losing cities are revealing how they tried to sweeten the deal
Columbia Law professor Tim Wu lays it out in his new book The Curse of Bigness.
Amazon is likely to choose Long Island City in Queens for one of two planned sites of its much-hyped second headquarters, raising mixed feelings among residents.
If you don’t have a car big enough to haul a Christmas tree home this year, Amazon is selling them for the first time, with Prime shipping straight to your door.
The surprise change would allow the company to tap into the talent pools of two different regions.
The gig economy is getting the Jeff Bezos treatment. Interviews with contract workers suggest the pay doesn't live up to promises.
How the Post Office's deal with Amazon has made life hell for mail carriers.
For disabled people, voice-enabled technology can provide independence, making speech recognition that works for everyone all the more important.
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