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Amazon Found Liable for Charges Incurred by Kids Using Apps
Amazon

Amazon Found Liable for Charges Incurred by Kids Using Apps

The FTC had sued Amazon in 2014, alleging that the company failed to make proper disclosures to parents regarding purchases made by their children.
3 Ways the Ecommerce Model is Driving Profitability
Amazon

3 Ways the Ecommerce Model is Driving Profitability

With "Fulfillment by Amazon" changing the face of ecommerce, here's how you can capitalize on the new business model.
Jay Lagarde
Should Amazon Succumb to Pressure to 'Dump Trump' Products?
Amazon

Should Amazon Succumb to Pressure to 'Dump Trump' Products?

Women's rights group UltraViolet has organized a petition with 13,000 signatures asking Amazon to remove the controversial figure's menswear line from its offerings.
Lydia Belanger
Amazon Now Has 3 CEOs
Amazon

Amazon Now Has 3 CEOs

You know Jeff Bezos. Now meet the others.
Bezos Defends Amazon's Company Culture in Letter to Shareholders
Amazon

Bezos Defends Amazon's Company Culture in Letter to Shareholders

The message also praised the success of Amazon Web Service and Amazon Prime.
Warehouse Serving Amazon, Lowe's and Sears Gets Slapped With U.S. Labor Complaint
worker's rights

Warehouse Serving Amazon, Lowe's and Sears Gets Slapped With U.S. Labor Complaint

California Cartage is accused of violating workers' rights to organize and threatening workers with dismissal.
Orders for Amazon's Home Services Have Grown 20 Percent Each Month
Amazon

Orders for Amazon's Home Services Have Grown 20 Percent Each Month

With more than 85 million U.S. customers, the company's local service marketplace has seen a healthy expansion.
How These 2 Businesses are Disrupting Online Retail With Fewer Choices
Online Retail

How These 2 Businesses are Disrupting Online Retail With Fewer Choices

These companies are attracting more customers by making decisions for them.
Krystina Gustafson
U.S. Government Asked Amazon to Lie in Staples-Office Depot Merger Case, Judge Says
Mergers and Acquisitions

U.S. Government Asked Amazon to Lie in Staples-Office Depot Merger Case, Judge Says

'The public ought to know that the government wanted Amazon to say some things that weren't true,' Emmet Sullivan said.
Amazon.com Says Its Women Workers Paid as Much as Men
Amazon

Amazon.com Says Its Women Workers Paid as Much as Men

The disclosure comes as U.S. companies face criticism on the issue of pay equality, especially in the male-dominated technology sector.
Amazon Sues Former Employee Over New Job at Target
Lawsuits

Amazon Sues Former Employee Over New Job at Target

Amazon alleges Arthur Valdez was in violation of a noncompetition agreement that he signed while working for the company.
You May Have to Pay More for Ecommerce Orders Because of Minimum Wage Hikes
Ecommerce

You May Have to Pay More for Ecommerce Orders Because of Minimum Wage Hikes

New report says each $1 increase in average hourly wages would add $1 million in costs to a warehouse with a staff of at least 500.
David Z. Morris
Amazon Resisting Efforts to Reveal Gender Pay Differences
Income Inequality

Amazon Resisting Efforts to Reveal Gender Pay Differences

The online retailer asked the SEC for permission to omit the issue from the annual ballot.