In the latest skirmish between Amazon and organized labor, the union alleges one of its organizers was targeted and terminated.
The driver's hilarious reaction to the mishap has been viewed almost 6 million times after a doorbell camera captured the moment.
"He's literally taking from his own kids to give to his brother," one user said, regarding the man who ordered items on Amazon for his brother.
"If we don't have competition in the digital marketplace, we run the risk of damaging our economy .... but also our national security," Rep. Cicilline said.
The Brazilian government has expressed "grave concern" over the disappearance of journalist Dom Phillips and Indigenous expert Bruno Araújo Pereira.
An antitrust defeat would give the Big Tech companies the green light to continue stomping all over their smaller competitors.
Memphis police shot and killed a man suspected of fatally shooting a woman outside an Amazon warehouse. Details on the incident are still emerging.
"The Boys" Season 3 introduces a host of new Supes, including "the very first superhero" from Vought International's history.
Newsweek has rounded up some of the best sales offered both in store and online by several major retailers this Memorial Day.
The Boox Nova Air C is a full-featured color e-reader that can handle more than books with a host of Android apps.
"Harvey Weinstein: My Story—An Autobiography" is currently being sold on Amazon, as the movie mogul serves a 23-year prison sentence for a rape conviction.
Michael Connelly, the creator of the character Detective Harry Bosch, has spoken out about the future of "Bosch: Legacy" Season 2 on Amazon Prime's Freevee.
In the game, the Akinator virtual assistant asks a series of questions to identify Heard, including, "Does she have borderline personality disorder?"
Research has found the death rates of tropical trees have doubled in the last 35 years, as global warming increases the drying power of the atmosphere.
The new Ecobee Smart Thermostat Premium is probably the best smart thermostat for most people. An updated design and refined features make it a winner.
"Time and time again, we see that our talent is in high demand because of the amazing work that you do," Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella told employees.
Google, Amazon and other tech giants have spun up their lobbying machines to prevent new legislation from threatening their bottom line.
"Made my entire week." Brent the Border Collie proved he was very responsible by not eating the packages immediately after the delivery driver left.
"It lists a lot of Prime video, and on logging in I can see that a lot of films have been bought, some to permanently keep in HD (15.99) a piece," the renter fumed.
It was only a matter of time before the Court would suffer through what has been the norm for pro-life activists for some time.
"I've been able to buy a pregnancy test with no problem my entire life. There's no reason they need that information," the buyer said.
Mother's Day 2022 is almost upon us, meaning the time is pressing to buy the perfect gift for that special someone
Union organizers were welcomed by labor-friendly politicians in Washington, D.C., as the Senate considered a measure to crack down on illegal union-busting.
A spate of new laws in Europe and the U.S. foreshadow what could be the end of dominance for Google, Facebook and Amazon
"We are not happy with the results but we've got to continue to organize," Amazon Labor Union President Chris Smalls said after the effort to unionize a second Staten Island facility failed.
Chicago's mayor is fretting about the fate of employees at two Whole Foods slated to be shuttered, one of which is in a low-income area.
There's one reason Elon Musk's Twitter takeover won't bring dramatic changes—a gaggle of Big Tech companies, not Twitter, control the flow of information at every network layer.
Brosnahan spoke to Newsweek about her new Audible Original podcast series "The Miranda Obsession" and gave an update on Season 5 of "The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel."
"OSHA's investigation did not find any violations or causes for citations, but we're constantly looking to innovate and improve our safety measures," an Amazon spokesperson said.