Elon Musk is thanking advertisers for returning to Twitter after a wave of big-name companies like Amazon and Apple left the social media platform over security concerns.
An Amazon tractor-trailer carrying 8,000 pounds of merchandise caught fire on Interstate 15 on Friday, leaving many of the packages unsalvagable, the California Highway Patrol said.
An Amazon delivery truck with 8,000 pounds of packages caught fire while traveling northbound on Interstate 15 in North San Diego County.
Emergency responders in North San Diego County, California, worked for hours to extinguish flames that had overtaken a stuffed Amazon semi-truck.
CEO of Amazon Andy Jassy is firing 10,000 employees, but doesn't regret hiring them during Amazon's rocketing growth in sales during the COVID-19 Pandemic.
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy said the company has been trying to "streamline" costs while also trying to invest in areas they they believe will impact the company in the long term.
Over the Thanksgiving holiday shopping weekend, which includes Black Friday and Cyber Monday, Amazon's e-commerce website had record online retail sales.
Main Street Asset Management CIO Erin Gibbs and Sarge986 president Stephen Guilfolye discuss why Amazon and Apple stock are down after Black Friday and Cyber Monday on 'The Claman Countdown.'
Tigress Financial Partners CIO Ivan Feinseth and JMP Securities equity research analyst Nick Jones discuss the impact buy now, pay later is having on Black Friday and Cyber Monday on 'The Claman Countdown.'
The holiday shopping season kicks into gear with Black Friday as customers hit the stores looking for bargains.
The Bezos Day One Fund is donating over $123 million through dozens of grants to help the fight against homelessness, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos said Tuesday.
Woodshaw Financial Group principal D.R. Barton explains why a divided government is usually a good thing for the stock market on 'Varney & Co.'
Amazon's voice assistant Alexa is part of a devices unit at the company that is expected to lose about $10 billion in 2022, according to a new report.
A former employee, Gerald Bryson, was fired in April 2020, weeks after participating in a protest over working conditions during the early days of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The carmaker on Friday announced a jobs portal for displaced tech workers to fill 800 roles spanning self-driving, electrification, machine learning and data science.
Amazon's layoffs will continue in 2023 as the "economy remains in a challenging spot," CEO Andy Jassy wrote in a memo to employees.
Amazon has announced Wednesday that it has started laying off employees in a round of job cuts that could eliminate up to 10,000 positions, according to reports.
Amazon's rolling out a telehealth offering to the public called Amazon Clinic, while shuttering it's in house service, Amazon Care, to enter healthcare segment.
MacKenzie Scott announced that she's donated nearly $2 billion over the past seven months to 343 organizations that support underserved communities.
Amazon founder Jeff Bezos on Saturday offered some advice to individuals and small business owners as he noted the economy "does not look great right now."