Online retailer Amazon has said it will create more than 5,000 jobs in Britain this year, part of 15,000 in various European countries.
A link has been established between skyrocketing sales of George Orwell's _1984_ and the propogation of 'alternative facts' from Trump's press secretary
Online retailer Amazon has revealed plans to hire an additional 100,000 full-time workers in the United States over the next 18 months.
Internet retailer Amazon has made its first drone delivery in Europe and the first ever directly to a customer. It took place in Cambridge, England.
Amazon’s latest original series is based on the book 'Good Girls Revolt' by Lynn Povich,' about a group of women employed by Newsweek magazine in the 1960's who ended up suing the magazine for discrim
Amazon and the British government are to partner on tests of small delivery drones to see how they could be safely flown in the UK.
Wal-Mart is fighting back against Amazon by offering free shipping for all items ordered online for a limited period around its rival's 'Prime Day' event.
Amazon.com has reported profit and revenue vastly better than expected, giving its shares a big bump. The cloud services division was a standout earner.
Amazon is looking to follow the Uber model to cut costs with a trial using freelance drivers to deliver packages via its Flex service.
Online retailer Amazon said it will donate the proceeds from a Christmas song released by German far-right group Pegida to a refugee charity. The
The vast Amazon rainforest has an extraordinary impact on the planet producing about half of all the oxygen in the atmosphere. Now a mast 325 metres
Amazon has unveiled its prototype delivery drone. Amazon announces Amazon Prime Air with an ad featuring its delivery drone prototype
Amazon is to stop selling streaming devices from Apple and Google that aren’t easily compatible with its own video service. It has told its sales
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Online retailer Amazon has joined the UK streaming market with the launch of Prime Music. The new service is available to Prime customers as part
Delivering the kind of results Wall Street is looking for. That was one commentator’s response to Amazon’s surprise profit and better-than-expected
Online retailer Amazon has become the first tech multinational of its kind to abandon much-criticised corporate structures that allow it to avoid
Made in China, starting in Peru and ending in Brazil. A Chinese scheme to build an east-west railway across South America has moved a step closer
WATCH: Google has teamed up with the Sustainable Amazon Foundation(FAS) to give armchair explorers a close-up view of the Amazon jungle in Brazil
EU investigators have uncovered the unconventional tax deal reached between Luxembourg and Amazon’s European hub. The probe alleges that the
Christmas online shoppers in France hoping for last minute gifts could be hit by a strike by Amazon workers. It’s reported four depots have been hit
A dispute over pay and conditions has led to a three day walk-out by workers at Amazon distribution centres in Germany. The strike has reportedly
Shares in Royal Mail have dropped some 8 percent after the company claimed that rivals, such as Amazon, were biting into its parcel delivery
Online bookstore Amazon faces an investigation into its tax affairs in Europe after EU officials announced on Tuesday that they will probe whether
The online retailer Amazon is being hit with a strike at four of its sites in Germany. Workers are protesting over a lack of progress in a dispute
It appears we are set for drone wars between two giant internet companies with the news Google is developing an airborne delivery system it says
E-retailer Amazon.com is betting that it can make money on the latest internet fad. It is buying the video live-streaming gaming network Twitch
Amazon.com shares fell further following a much larger-than-expected quarterly loss due to major investment in new businesses, including digital
The European Commission is reportedly widening its investigation into how multinational companies use countries such as Luxembourg to cut their tax