Amazon Charges Woman $1,000 To Ship Paper Plates Less Than 300 MilesA woman in Tennessee is regretting her decision to buy paper plates on Amazon after the online giant charged her over $1,000 in shipping fees.
Amazon Go Stores Are Coming To San Francisco, Chicago Amazon's cashier-free grocery store of the future is coming to San Francisco and Chicago.
Amazon And The Rest Of Big Tech Are On FireInvestors who put their faith in Jeff Bezos are being rewarded. Again.
Amazon Profit More Than DoublesAmazon said Thursday it made $1.6 billion in profit during the first three months of 2018, more than double the same period a year earlier.
Amazon Is Trying To Put Deliveries In The Trunk Of Your CarAmazon is testing a new service that will unlock your parked car and put deliveries in the trunk.
Amazon Reportedly Working To Develop Household Robots In SunnyvaleAnother futuristic Silicon Valley innovation may be taking shape at an Amazon research facility in Sunnyvale were the company reportedly has a secret mission involving the development of household robots.
The Typical Amazon Employee Makes Less Than You ThinkAmazon disclosed in a filing Wednesday that the median pay for its employees was just $28,446 in 2017.
Amazon Reveals It Has More Than 100 Million Prime MembersAmazon has more than 100 million Amazon Prime subscribers around the world, Jeff Bezos revealed in a letter to shareholders.
Trump Orders Postal Service Review After Attacking AmazonPresident Trump stepped up his long-running battle with Amazon, ordering a federal task force to investigate the Postal Service's finances.
Trump's Latest Tweet Takes Down Amazon Stock, NasdaqEleven minutes later, Amazon's stock had fallen into the red — and so had the Nasdaq.
Dow Drops 459 Points As Amazon Tumbles, Trade War Fears RiseTrade war fears and a presidential attack on Amazon are rocking Wall Street.
Trump Goes After A Favorite Target, AmazonPresident Donald Trump took another shot at Amazon.com Thursday, tweeting that the online retailer pays "little or no taxes" and that it uses the U.S. Post Service as a "Delivery Boy."