The robots have been in use around the town since lockdown started in March.
Ex-Amazon worker Christian Smalls led a protest of the corporation's coronavirus standards outside CEO Jeff Bezos' $16 million apartment.
Simon Property Group Inc., the biggest mall owner in the U.S., has been in talks with Amazon.com Inc. to turn some of its anchor department-store spaces into Amazon fulfillment centers, according to people familiar with the matter.
E-commerce shifted into high gear in April when nonessential stores shut down in order to mitigate the spread of the novel coronavirus, prompting a greater need for warehouses to store products and plants to make goods.
TikTok, owned by Chinese firm ByteDance, has been deemed a national security threat by the Trump administration, which argues the company could potentially share users' data with the Chinese government.
President Trump widened the scope of his strict foreign policy targeting Chinese tech this week when he effectively banned WeChat by executive order.
Sen. Bernie Sanders, D-Vt., said that the U.S. will tax “billionaires’ outrageous pandemic wealth” that the wealthiest of Americans incurred between the months of March and August – a period when 50 million Americans applied for jobless aid.
Social media giant TikTok is planning to sue the Trump administration over its ban of the app in the United States as soon as next Tuesday, according to an NPR report.
The class-action lawsuit against the search engine giant was brought by former Google Plus users after two software bugs in 2018 exposed the personal information of hundreds of thousands.
The Hawaii Department of Transportation has installed thermal screening technology at the gates of trans-Pacific flights in order to detect passengers with a temperature of 100.4 degrees or higher.
Government officials in Rugao, China, used the coronavirus pandemic to conduct a takeover of an American-owned car company
The U.S. Air Force awarded billions in contracts Friday to Elon Musk’s SpaceX and United Launch Alliance, a joint venture between Lockheed Martin and Boeing, as part of its National Security Space launch services.
Former JPMorgan chief economist Anthony Chan responds to the latest jobs numbers and shares where he thinks America is on the road to economic recovery. He later discusses where investors should place their money in the U.S. markets and what a coronavirus vaccine could mean for the equity market and the economy.
'The Great U.S.-China Tech War' author Gordon Chang says TikTok was misusing user data and trying to manipulate American's political opinions, which is why he believes President Trump's executive order banning the social-media platform was well advised. He later talks about CalPERS' investment chief Ben Meng resigning after allegations of conflict of interest.
Amazon's two-day event -- where Prime subscribers are offered a "parade of deals" -- has typically been held every July since 2015. This year's Prime Day, however, has been delayed as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Wall Street Journal associate editor John Bussey weighs in on China’s business relations and tensions with the U.S. and other global powers.
Dariohealth CEO Erez Raphael explains where he sees digital health and digital therapeutics going from here.
FOX Business’ Charlie Gasparino discusses White House executive orders regarding TikTok and coronavirus stimulus.
District Media President Beverly Hallberg joins FOX Business Charles Payne to discuss the winners and losers of the week.
Facebook this week announced it will allow its employees to work from home until next July, following in the footsteps of Google, which has also told workers to stay home until summer 2021.