The investment bank also says the company will get there without much effort, too.
During Wednesday’s annual shareholder’s meeting, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was asked by a shareholder if they could return an item, a report stated.
Amazon’s facial recognition technology has drawn widespread scrutiny and criticism in recent months.
The retail industry surged in 2018, but the trends diminishing sales at some top companies are re-emerging.
Whole Foods Market will remove plastic straws from its nearly 500 stores by July 2019.
The Trump administration has also begun targeting the Post Office’s pricing model.
The five leading third-party food delivery services generated a total of $10.2 billion in U.S.-only sales in 2018.
The e-commerce giant's new "urban campus" will feature energy-efficient offices and neighborhood retail.
The e-commerce giant is leading a $575 million funding round for Deliveroo, a UK-based restaurant delivery service.
There are currently about 121 businesses in the pipeline, either looking to expand or relocate to the Nashville area.
College students searching for the perfect summer job may want to consider applying for internships instead — especially if they have tech experience.
The retail giant posted profits of $3.8 billion for the three months through April.
Buffett confirmed the firm’s investment in Amazon at Berkshire Hathaway’s annual shareholder meeting earlier this month.
The shipping war between Amazon and Walmart is getting personal.
Walmart, is going against Amazon, is great for both companies, said John Layfield
Incoming CFO Tim Stone led Amazon's merger with Whole Foods.
The air hub investment will create 2,000 jobs, according to the CEO.
Layfield Report CEO John Layfield, former Obama economic adviser Robert Wolf, Trump 2020 Advisory Board member Marc Lotter and former investment banker Carol Roth discuss Walmart’s next-day delivery service and whether Amazon should be nervous.
As graduation ceremonies wrap up this month, recent graduates are thrust into the job search process during peak hiring season. There are 15 U.S. companies who are hiring the most people just out of colleges and graduate schools.
Let the delivery wars begin!