To pretend workers did not want a union
Online bookseller Amazon has been accused of dirty tricks in its fight to stop its workers from forming a union.
Company's security feared its social media account had been hacked
Amazon's PR department was so obnoxious and arrogant when lobbying a lawmaker that the company's security team believed its social media account had been hacked.
Even after working on it for two years
Regulators in Brussels are struggling to gather enough evidence to bring antitrust charges against Amazon, despite working on the landmark case for nearly two years.
Defamation and breach of contract
Social media app Parler has dropped its federal case against Amazon.com for cutting off its web-hosting services and filed a separate lawsuit against the company and its web services unit in a Washington state court.
Even if it has had a few problems
Amazon's new boss Andy Jassy reaffirmed his commitment to making video games while acknowledging the stark challenges the team has faced in the past.
Transcends to a higher plane
Jeff Bezos is stepping down as Amazon CEO during the third quarter of this year.
Still better looking than Steve Jobs' space ship
Online bookseller Amazon has revealed that it plans to build an HQ in the shape of a giant turd emoji.
Requests up 800 percent
New transparency figures released by Amazon show the company responded to a record number of government data demands in the last six months of 2020.
Can put your lights out
Amazon is enabling a new feature today that allows Alexa to proactively complete tasks around the house, such as turning off lights, based on your habits and frequent requests.