Because Amazon Prime Day was delayed this year, it could affect Black Friday sales.
Amazon said Thursday that nearly 20,000 of its workers have tested positive or been presumed positive for the virus that causes COVID-19.
The “Always Home Cam” is a new security device that allows users to see what’s happening around their house in real time.
Amazon said it needs to fill roles at the 100 new warehouses, package sorting centers and other facilities it’s opening this month.
Amazon is on a hiring spree.
The company is hiring tens of thousands of new employees.
Amazon recently updated its policy, only allowing seeds to be sold by U.S. sellers after unsolicited packages containing random seeds were sent to United States residents, according to the USDA.
The Seattle suburb of Bellevue may soon be Amazon’s unofficial “HQ3.”
The Seattle-based tech giant announced Friday that it was expanding its workforce footprint in Bellevue, with new office space plans that will host a total of 25,000 employees in the next five years
Getting an Amazon package delivered from the sky is closer to becoming a reality.
Amazon Inc. announced plans Tuesday to expand operations and add thousands of jobs within six major U.S. tech hubs across the country.
1,205 drivers will lose their jobs over the next few months.
Yet another example of the rocky relationship between Amazon and its home base.
Amazon, celebrating the boom in e-commerce, is in discussions with Simon Property Group, the largest U.S. mall owner by number of malls with 204 properties, the Journal reported, citing people familiar with the matter.
The face shields, priced at $2.65 each, are available to purchase in packs of 25.
Amazon's busiest online shopping event, Prime Day, has been pushed back in the U.S., the company confirmed Tuesday.
Seattle-based Amazon will begin pulling Washington Redskins football team merchandise from its online marketplace, according to Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson.
The Seattle City Council is on the verge of passing a historic tax on businesses.
Amazon, Lowe’s and other major companies have announced bonuses for employees working on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic as the number of newly confirmed cases surge in the U.S. and elsewhere.
We start with an admission: When I first read that the arena at Seattle Center would be named “Climate Pledge Arena,” I legitimately thought it was a headline from the satirical website, “The Onion.”