The first worker union at Amazon may be a harbinger for the rest of the tech industry.
Amazon Fresh and Whole Foods serve different types of customers, which means Amazon might take over the grocery business.
Amazon will launch a 30k-square-foot fashion retail store in LA later this year, using its latest tech.
An Amazon warehouse in Illinois was struck by a tornado, killing 6 people. Now, the company’s safety practices are under investigation.
Amazon’s logistics unit has made the company indispensable this holiday season, but AWS outages could ruin the fun.
Big retailers are letting customers keep items they want to return to avoid paying for shipping.
If you think you’re seeing more Amazon logos around your ’hood, it’s because you are.
Plus: Expensive cadaver dissections and Amazon’s $60m rip-off.
Bezosism is the management philosophy powering Amazon’s warehouses, and making free 2-day shipping possible.
Amazon is asking delivery partners not to screen for marijuana in hopes that it will increase driver applications.
Plus: Longer wind turbines, CVS thefts, and ketchup fraud.
Plus: Abandoned oil wells, firefighting helicopters, and Hello Kitty.
The Amazon marketplace is currently valued at $300B with potential to double in the next 5 years.
Amazon has done 80+ deals in which it asks for stock warrants in exchange for a vendor deal.
Rounding up this week’s most interesting news in numbers.
Older retailers like Express, J.Crew, and Urban Outfitters want to copy Amazon’s 3rd-party marketplace model.
Amazon plans to improve the safety of warehouse employees with a $300m investment.
Apple’s “Find My” and Amazon’s “Sidewalk” are 2 leading mesh networks. What do they actually do?