A Roomba 980 vacuum cleaning robot is shown during a presentation

Consumer Data Concerns As Amazon Is Set To Acquire iRobot, Roomba

Antitrust experts worry that the deal is less about selling Roombas and more about finding ways to surveil the most intimate spaces of our lives.

 | By Tyler Adkisson

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Amazon Workers At U.K. Warehouse Stop Work To Protest Pay

Amazon offered a raise of 42 cents an hour but workers in England are demanding an increase of $2.43 an hour.

 | By Associated Press

Amazon fullfillment center

Amazon Raises Cost Of Prime Membership Following Strong Q4 Earnings

The e-commerce company is raising the price of its Prime membership for the first time in four years — from $119 to $139 per year.

 | By Associated Press

Amazon drivers wait next to their delivery vans for their logistics systems to be back online

Major Outage At Amazon Disrupts Businesses Across The U.S.

Amazon's cloud service network returned to normal after an hourslong outage that disrupted many popular sites.

 | By Associated Press

A vote banner is seen at an Amazon warehouse building in Bessemer, Ala.

Amazon Workers In Alabama Get A Do-over In Union Election

A labor board will let Amazon workers in Alabama vote in a new union election.

 | By Associated Press

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Amazon Stumbles On Slower Sales Growth, Higher Labor Costs

The retail giant reported it came up short on revenue projections last quarter because of supply chain problems and labor shortages.

 | By Associated Press

Amazon campus outside the company headquarters in Seattle

Amazon To Allow Some Employees To Work Remotely Indefinitely

About 50,000 tech and corporate employees who work at the company's Seattle headquarters won't be required to be in office.

 | By Associated Press

An Amazon Fulfillment warehouse in Shakopee, Minnesota.

Amazon Offering To Pay College Tuition For Hourly Employees

The tech giant will also cover high school diploma programs, GED's and english language learning programs for most of its 750,000 U.S. employees.

 | By Katherine Biek

Amazon packages move along a conveyor at an Amazon warehouse facility in Goodyear, AZ.

150 Amazon Packages Mistakenly Delivered To Home

Jillian Cannan said she began receiving random packages last month.

 | By Robin Dich

Actor Daniel Craig poses for photos at the German premiere of the James Bond movie "Spectre"

Amazon Nears Purchase Of MGM Studios For Approximately $9 Billion

With the MGM deal, Amazon is continuing its efforts to build a presence in the entertainment sphere.

 | By Tyler Adkisson and Casey Mendoza

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Big Tech Earnings Continue To Soar Through Pandemic

The pandemic helped some of the largest tech companies get even bigger, and their newest quarterly earnings report shows the growth isn’t slowing yet.

 | By Tyler Adkisson

Amazon facility in in Bessemer, Ala.

Amazon Says Lack Of Restrooms For Drivers Is Industry Issue

Amazon is taking back claims that its workers never had to urinate in bottles while on the job.

 | By Simon Kaufman

The Parler app is displayed on a phone

Big Tech Moderation Crackdown Gives Parler, Gab A Surge of Users

The surge in user growth for platforms like Parler has slowed down in recent days, as Amazon Web Services suspended services to the website.

 | By Tyler Adkisson

COVID-19 Forces Toy Drives To Go Virtual

In order to reduce the spread of COVID-19, toy drives are asking for online donations instead of in-person presents.

 | By Meg Hilling

European Executive Vice-President Margrethe Vestager speaks during a press conference regarding an antitrust case with Amazon

EU Files Antitrust Charges Against Amazon

Amazon has rejected the claims.

 | By Bailey Vogt

An facility.

Amazon Invests $100M In Mexico Facilities

The money, according to the company, went to new facilities including warehouses and shipping centers.

 | By Austin Kim

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Amazon's Prime Day Rescheduled With Small Business Focus

Amazon says it will invest $100 million in small business owners during its Prime Day event.

 | By Antoinette Miller

Unsolicited seed packages

Amazon Bans Foreign Seed Sales In The U.S.

The Department of Agriculture, Homeland Security and other federal government bureaus are investigating unsolicited shipments of foreign seeds.

 | By Johannah Grenaway

The Pentagon reaffirmed Microsoft as the winner of the JEDI deal worth $10 billion.

Pentagon Sides With Microsoft In $10 Billion Cloud Deal

The JEDI program had a rocky start after Amazon claimed the bidding process was flawed. It said political corruption played a part in the decision.

 | By Alex Arger

Jeff Bezos appears on screen during antitrust hearing

Congress, Tech CEOs Spar Over Surveillance, Bias In Antitrust Hearing

The antitrust hearings saw two distinct lines of questioning: one about competition concerns, and another about the political biases of Big Tech.

 | By Tyler Adkisson

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Amazon Bans Police Use Of Its Facial Recognition Technology For A Year

Company bans police use of its technology for one year over regulations concerns.

 | By Meg Hilling

Amazon worker sorting packages

NY Attorney General Questions Amazon's "Inadequate" COVID-19 Response

According to a letter obtained by NPR, New York Attorney General Letitia James said Amazon's safety measures for employees have been "inadequate."

 | By Antoinette Miller

Amazon Fulfillment Center

Amazon To Sell More Nonessential Items As It Hires 75,000 Workers

On Monday, Amazon said it would allow for its third-party sellers, who weren't selling essential items, to start shipping their items again.

 | By Antoinette Miller

Amazon packages

Amazon To Pause Its Third-Party Delivery Service Starting In June

Amazon will temporarily pause its third-party delivery service because of a surge in online orders.

 | By Stephanie Sandoval

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Amazon Wants President Trump To Testify Over Cloud Services Contract

Amazon lost out on the $10 billion contract to Microsoft to provide cloud computing services to the Pentagon.

 | By Antoinette Miller

Employees attend presentation at Amazon's Seattle headquarters in 2018.

Seattle's New Contribution Ban May Blunt Political Spending By Amazon

Amazon spent $1.5 million to back local political candidates in Seattle last year. New rules may block future contributions by the company.

 | By Peter Hecht

Hudson Yards neighborhood in Manhattan

Amazon To Lease Space In New York After Headquarters Plans Fail

In 2017, Amazon announced it was looking for a place to put its second headquarters. But a deal to establish HQ2 in Queens fell through.

 | By Antoinette Miller

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Amazon Sues Pentagon After Losing $10 Billion Contract To Microsoft

Amazon filed its complaint with the Court of Federal Claims under seal to protect trade secrets.

 | By Getty Images

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Amazon Marks Biggest Prime Day Sale Yet — Again

This year's Prime Day surpassed last year's Black Friday and Cyber Monday sales combined.

 | By Katie Cammarata

Amazon facility in Germany

Amazon Workers In U.S., Europe Plan 'Prime Day' Strikes

Amazon employees plan strikes in the U.S. and Europe on "Prime Day." They are asking the company to raise pay and improve working conditions.

 | By Austin Kim