Even so, retail security experts say that some of the stolen merchandise will make its way online for fast sale.
Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos explained why "black lives matter" is not an insult to others in an Instagram post on Friday.
On March 18, the stock market had already dropped about 29 percent from its Feb. 19 peak.
'Unreported Truths about COVID-19 and Lockdowns' author Alex Berenson explains how Amazon tried to ban the sale of his book until Tesla CEO Elon Musk fired back with a tweet.
Slack will roll out its office tool to all Amazon employees.
A new job market report released by recruiting site Glassdoor found that the city of Seattle was the only area in the United States in May to see job growth during the coronavirus pandemic.
After about two days off Twitter, Elon Musk tweeted that Amazon should break up after the company refused to publish a book about the coronavirus.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted that it’s time to break up Amazon, calling it a monopoly.
President Trump said Amazon is "destroying" U.S. shopping malls in a Thursday interview with Sean Spicer.
Instead of asking for more money, the plaintiffs want better working conditions.
Amazon has added 12 additional Boeing aircraft to its existing fleet of 70 aircraft.
Amazon is being sued over warehouse conditions related to the coronavirus pandemic. FOX Business’ Susan Li with more.
Amazon hasn’t announced a date for this year’s Prime Day, but the online mega-retailer is planning another big shopping event this month.
Front-line workers and labor unions are pushing back against employees losing essential pay during the coronavirus pandemic.
Pepper spray, books on race and merchandise that reads, "I can't breathe," are top sellers on Amazon, highlighting the number of people participating in protests across the country after the murder of George Floyd.
Companies including Netflix and Twitter have spoken out in support of nationwide protests over the death of George Floyd. FOX Business’ Susan Li and Lauren Simonetti with more.
A group of people target downtown stores and an Amazon delivery van in Santa Monica, California during protests following the death of George Floyd.
Amazon's statement comes after some workers demonstrated earlier this year protesting coronavirus working conditions.
Major streaming companies and Twitter are showing their support for Black Lives Matter after the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
Walmar, Amazon and ExxonMobile are the most profitable companies in America today.