It’s just a week into the holiday shopping season, and Amazon is already having trouble getting packages to shoppers’ doorsteps on time.
The New York City Department of Transportation was expected to approve a pilot program Wednesday to use commercial cargo bikes in an effort to reduce congestion.
Amazon pulled a number of holiday ornaments featuring images of the Auschwitz death camp posted by sellers on its platform.
Union representative Orhan Akman said Amazon staff want to send a signal that their work can’t be bought with the kind of extreme discounts Amazon offers around this time of the year.
This year, holiday stress may take on a whole new meaning for online retailers. Amazon, Walmart and others have promised to deliver more of their orders within 24 hours of customers clicking on “Buy.”
Workers at a Staten Island Amazon fulfillment center claim they are working in brutal conditions that are more dangerous than coal mines and expected to do work at rates design for robots and not humans.
Amazon has pulled more than a dozen skin-lightening products with dangerous mercury levels off its website after pushback from Minnesota public-health and environmental activists
Amazon has a new plan to try and jumpstart its grocery delivery business: cut some fees for its Prime members.
Amazon, which is racing to deliver packages faster, is turning to its employees with a proposition: Quit your job and we'll help you start a business delivering Amazon packages.
Alexa is like having your own personal assistant that never asks for a raise. The problem is she’s always listening — and so are thousands of Amazon workers, according to a report.
Amazon announced it was dumping a plan to build a campus in Queens because of opposition from local activists and officials, such as freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, who called the deal's collapse a sign that "Americans still have the power to organize and fight for their communities."
Groups that opposed the arrival of Amazon in Queens cheered the announcement that the company has abandoned plans to come to New York.
Amazon announced that it will not build a massive campus in Queens because of local opposition.
Amazon decided to dump its plans to build its second headquarters in Long Island City. While the deal never promised Amazon would fork over funding to repair the ailing transit system, revenue might have been used to make improvements.
Amazon will not build a new headquarters in New York City, a stunning reversal to an ambitious plan that would have brought an estimated 25,000 jobs to the city. Along with the jobs, the company had planned to spend $2.5 billion to build the new offices in Queens.
The Amazon deal is facing staunch opposition from some Democrats in the New York City Council and the state Senate, who say too much was given away to one of the world's richest companies. Mayor de Blasio and Governor Cuomo are defending the deal.
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos said Thursday he was the target of "extortion and blackmail" by the publisher of the National Enquirer, which he said threatened to publish revealing personal photos of him unless he stopped investigating how other private photos and messages were obtained by the tabloid.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says fellow Democrats in the state Senate are "playing politics" by nominating a critic of subsidies for Amazon's planned campus in Queens to a state board with the power to derail the project.
A leading critic of New York subsidies for Amazon's plan to build a second headquarters in Queens was nominated Monday to serve on a state board with the power to reject the project, driving a wedge between opponents of the state's financial backing and supporters like Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
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