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Retail giant Amazon agrees reforms to close two EU investigations
The US e-commerce giant will improve its data protection and treat independent sellers equally in its "buy box".
Amazon plastic packaging could go ‘around the world 800 times’
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Amazon is preparing to make 10,000 job cuts worldwide - reports
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Tourists among Peru riverboat passengers freed after pollution protest
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Brazil: Lula promises ‘zero deforestation’ following election victory
World leaders have congratulated Lula on his victory and welcomed the opportunity to work with Brazil on climate issues.
Disney vs France: Future films could bypass French cinemas altogether
The sequel to Blank Panther, Wakanda Forever, makes its way to cinemas next month. But Disney warns that future films could bypass French cinemas altogether unless distribution rules are fundamentally reformed.
Netflix joins independent ratings body for the first time
Netflix is set to join Barb, the independent ratings body in the UK, from November. It is the first time the popular streaming service will allow measurement of its audience numbers.
Amazon boosts electric fleet in Europe to cut carbon footprint
To slash its carbon emissions, Amazon wants to deliver more parcels using electric vans, trucks, cargo bikes - but also on foot.
Big Tech unites to make voice recognition tools more inclusive
Tech giants including Apple and Google are working with university researchers to improve voice recognition tools for people with disabilities.
Brazil election: The fate of the Amazon now 'hangs in the balance'
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Meet the indigenous artist turning urban junk into art
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The Amazon Prime show is reported to be the most expensive ever made, but it has been mired in controversy over its diverse casting
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