"To most people $230,000 is a lot of money, but for Amazon it probably doesn't do anything to hurt its stock price."
A report from anonymous sources speaking to Reuters sheds light on Amazon’s AI hiring project, and gender bias in tech.
While Amazon scores points for backing a progressive minimum wage hike, veterans of the company are the ones feeling shafted.
No one is really sure who to believe after Businessweek's bombshell story on an alleged Chinese supply chain attack against Apple, Amazon, and others.
Yes, Amazon is increasing wages, which will benefit most employees. But it will no longer give out new stock options and monthly bonuses. Some workers believe that means their total compensation will shrink.
It’s her voice.
Arabella. Lark & Roe. Mae. NuPro. Small Parts. You might not know it from their names, but these brands all belong to Amazon.
Hours after Bloomberg Businessweek claimed Apple and Amazon were two among many victims of an extreme Chinese espionage operation, the two companies have fired back with lengthy statements repeatedly denying Bloomberg’s report and calling the reporting itself into question
If it feels as though Amazon's site is increasingly stuffed with ads, that's because it is. And it looks like that's working.
Business Insider spoke with 31 current or recently employed drivers about what it's like to deliver packages for Amazon. Many drivers described a physically demanding work environment in which they felt pressured to drive at dangerously high speeds, blow stop signs, and skip bathroom breaks.
We're all well aware of the powerful position Amazon holds in the online retail market. We just had no idea that its market share had become so huge.
What should or could cities do differently next time a behemoth company solicits bids for for its headquarters?
By Friday, New Scientist ran an article with the headline "Bots on Amazon's MTurk Are Ruining Psychology Studies." One psychology professor mused on Facebook, "I wonder if this is the end of MTurk research?"
A City Council member wants to uproot Jeff Bezos's tech giant and shrink the wealth gap using radical politics. But not everyone in the city agrees that hardline, no-surrender socialism is the answer.
Just two days before Amazon's Brooklyn event, the company revealed the concert would be headlined by Ariana Grande, the babyish, recently engaged pop star who stands approximately four SD cards tall. Suddenly, Amazon's big, stupid box presented a more intriguing opportunity.
Jeff Bezos just became the richest man in modern history, so we're sure he'll be okay in the end.