The protest movements come as Amazon saw an incredible boost in sales throughout the pandemic, raking in as much as $1 billion a day in its third-quarter earnings.
The tech industry billionaire just got richer, with the Bloomberg Billionaires Index showing his net worth has surged to $128 billion. In terms of wealth, he only trails Amazon boss Jeff Bezos.
The report pointed to 12 companies—dubbed the "Delinquent Dozen"—that it said have driven "exploding inequality" in American society.
The wealth of Tesla chief executive Elon Musk skyrocketed 277 percent from March to October. Meanwhile, almost 62 million Americans lost work between March 21 and September 19.
A "Wall Street Journal" investigation finds credible evidence that Amazon limits rival device makers from advertising on its site.
Chris Smalls said that the TCOEW's demands include increased wages, medicare, childcare, and more.
"I believe Amazon should be scrutinized. We should scrutinize all large institutions, whether they're companies, government agencies, or non-profits," the world's richest man is expected to tell Congress.
"There are things small companies simply can't do. I don't care how good an entrepreneur you are, you're not going to build [a] Boeing 787 in your garage," the Amazon boss is expected to tell politicians on Wednesday.
The author and Amazon shareholder provided an update about which non-profit organizations received donations from her over the past year.
Amazon announced that the Prime Day sale in India will go ahead in August, but has not yet revealed a date for the U.S. sale.
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The company said the investigation was still underway, but most affected users should have access to their Twitter accounts now.
Make the Road New York is calling on Governor Andrew Cuomo to pass a billionaire wealth tax to help essential workers stay afloat during the pandemic.
"Amazon works directly with police to surveil us, stoking racist fears in the name of profit," the protesters' claimed.
The Facebook CEO dropped out as one of the three richest people in the world this week, as the social media platform's founder lost $7.2 billion from a concerted advertising pullout from the company.
Billionaire wealth in America has increased 20 percent since the beginning of the pandemic.
I'd had misgivings about Amazon before, and its behavior since the coronavirus outbreak began has been especially appalling. Leaving, though, is even harder than you'd think.
The email, from a man named Dave, took issue with Amazon's posts about standing in solidarity with the anti-racism movement fueled by the killing of George Floyd.
The report, which is based on Forbes data for America's billionaires, showed that the total net worth of America's 600 billionaires increased by 15 percent, from $2.948 trillion to $3.382 trillion.
Report says that the richest people in the country have seen their combined wealth rise to $3.382 trillion during two-month lockdown.
"Bezos sees a future where packages will be delivered by self-driving vans, small bots rolling through neighborhoods and drones buzzing to their destinations."
"Amazon's drive for automation in everything from its warehouses and delivery vans is likely to lead to massive unemployment, and business and governments will have to work together to find solutions to that."
"Jeff Bezos is expected to become the 1st trillionaire as he consolidates the retail market during coronavirus," Representative Bonnie Watson Coleman tweeted.
Concerns have been raised over worker safety in regards to issues such as social distancing and protective equipment at Amazon sites amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
U.S. billionaires' collective fortunes increased $282 billion during the peak of the coronavirus lockdown.
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Bezos also purchased a plot of land from the estate of late Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen for $90 million.
Twitter users turned the Amazon CEO's joke against him when he posted a photo of himself with the "Truth Hurts" singer.
The kingdom and its crown prince obviously don't believe the rules about how to behave in to the international community are something they need bother about.