He will be replaced by Andy Jassy, who is currently CEO of Amazon Web Services.
Amazon's suspension of Parler's account means that unless it can find another host, once the ban takes effect on Sunday Parler will go offline.
In this week's newsletter: Why Amazon sponsoring influencers' effort to give back to delivery drivers is troubling, and how internet stars are able to grow out of their family-friendly image with a lot more ease than traditional celebrities.
One of the half-dozen Amazon employees fired following worker protests during the height of the coronavirus pandemic will get a hearing before the National Labor Relations Board.
Brands Have Been Speaking Out About Racism And This One Meme Captures Just How Hollow Some Of Them Are
"We hope this action encourages you to view [brand] positively without you, you know, expecting anything from us."
It also released a new Ring car alarm, a car cam to monitor break-ins, a new version of the Echo, and more.
Georgia Rogers just wanted a cutting board, but she got so much more from her Amazon purchase.
The revelation from Mark Zuckerberg's emails was a flashpoint during the congressional hearing on tech antitrust.
Citing "security risks," the company had said TikTok must be deleted for Amazon employees to access their work email accounts.
Before the pandemic began, the systems that govern our world were brittle. Today, they are broken. When we emerge, the world will be different, and so will we.
Amazon, IBM, And Microsoft Won’t Say Which Police Departments Used Their Facial Recognition Technology
Activists are worried about several key questions that remain unanswered.
The company is joining IBM, but it doesn't mean Amazon is totally out of the facial recognition business.
This Nurse Is Posting Horrific Photos On Instagram From People Who Tried A "DIY Chemical Peel" In Quarantine
Zoe Gazola also wants giant retailers like Amazon to place stricter regulations on products you can easily purchase on their site.
In the best of times, the work I did at the Amazon warehouse left me aching and numb. Now, going to work is just terrifying.
Amazon Didn’t Pay This Worker Who Tested Positive For The Coronavirus Until A Reporter Asked Questions
Amazon has publicly promised to pay workers who test positive for or are quarantined because of the coronavirus, but some say they haven’t received that money.
The termination of the Minneapolis-based employee follows Amazon’s firing of one Staten Island warehouse associate and two Seattle tech workers who’ve spoken out against the company’s response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon said employees who test positive for the coronavirus get two weeks paid leave, but those sent home with a fever should use paid time off if they have it or take unpaid leave if they don’t.
Amazon workers in Chicago followed colleagues in New York in walking off the job to protest what they say is the high risk of contracting COVID-19.
The Edison, New Jersey, fulfillment center is the ninth Amazon facility with an infected employee.
Amazon employees who’ve been demanding paid time off since late last year just won their fight as the company scrambles to staff up in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
We're trying our best to answer your ethical and social dilemmas about how to live responsibly through this pandemic.
Companies like Microsoft, Amazon, and Twitter are encouraging workers to stay home.
Some fear the surge in Amazon orders has created a potential internal health crisis as warehouse workers fulfill orders from customers who are now in self-isolation.
“Push comes to shove, we’ll watch wonderful movies in standard definition.”
Infected Amazon employees will receive up to two weeks’ full pay, but employee groups in Chicago and New York are dissatisfied with the company’s response so far.
City officials said Friday that South by Southwest won't be happening this year.
The Illinois employees who said the company failed to provide them any paid sick leave in violation of local regulations are part of a growing number of Amazon workers across the US demanding change.
Ride-Hail And Delivery Apps Like Uber And Postmates Are Tight-Lipped About What They'll Do When The Coronavirus Hits The United States
In China, drivers became folk heroes — will the same happen in the US?
“I’m committing $10 billion to start and will begin issuing grants this summer. Earth is the one thing we all have in common — let’s protect it, together.”
Experts are concerned about what Amazon’s acquisition of Eero means for consumer privacy.