Amazon Pledges 'Shipment Zero,' Time's Up CEO Resigns, and Oscars Swag Bags Include THC (60-Second Video)

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  • Amazon is setting an ambitious goal to reach 50% of all Amazon shipments with net zero carbon by 2030. The project will be called, "Shipment Zero."
  • In an amicable departure, Time's Up president and CEO Lisa Borders has resigned due to a personal family concern. Borders says "I appreciate the opportunity to support this mission and I hope my efforts will continue to resonate."
  • This year's Oscars swag bags will include a range of cannabis infused products such as chocolate truffles. The chocolates are infused with 10 mg of THC. Not into edibles? A facial moisturizer from High Beauty is also in the bag. Either of those products are a sure way to calm nominees' nerves.

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Andrea Hardalo is the social media editor of Entrepreneur.com. She previously managed social for Scout Media.

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