Amazon employees go on strike in Germany, demanding better wages as the online retail giant launched its Prime Day.
The United States House of Representative has decided to launch antitrust investigations against some high-tech companies including Google, Apple and Amazon, which have been accused of illegal and abusive practices.
Amazon moves past Apple and Google to become the world’s most valuable brand.
Apparel brands are to make their merchandise closer to the point of the sale.
Walmart is stepping up its battle by offering 1-day delivery without a shipping fee.
Amazon is rolling out machines to automate boxing up customer orders.
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has voted not to change its rules.
Chico’s FAS Inc warned in January that it would shutter at least 250.
The security chief for Amazon chief executive Jeff Bezos said on Saturday that the Saudi government had access to Mr Bezos’ phone and gained private information from it.
Britain needs to overhaul its competition rules to tackle the dominance of tech giants.
Amazon.com Inc’s grocery service is slowly returning on its India website after the online retail giant faced disruption from revised e-commerce curbs
India will from Feb 1 impose restrictions on how e-commerce firms operate.
Amazon is under fire over the sale of bathroom accessories with temples’ pictures.
A customer was shocked last year when Alexa blurted out: “Kill your foster parents.”
Brazilian authorities expel illegal loggers from a remote area of the Amazon.
Norway will pay Brazil US$70 million for reducing deforestation in the Amazon in 2017.
The destruction of Brazil’s Amazon rainforest reaches its highest level in a decade.
Amazon picks America’s financial and political capitals for massive new offices.
Shares in Apple fell 6%, cutting its market value back to less than $1 trillion.
Facebook and Alphabet are at the centre of a volatile session on the US stock market.
Microsoft regains its spot as the 2nd most valuable US company on Friday after a disappointing quarterly report from Amazon.
Four global tech giants will oppose an Australian law that would require them to provide access to private encrypted data.
Amazon is in talks with Chile to house and mine massive amounts of telescopic data.
If successful, the effort would benefit US merchants and shippers.
US technology giants oppose India’s push to store data locally.
Walmart Inc executives described a radical plan to help it fend off Amazon.com.
Apple, at $939 billion, remains the highest-valued private company.
Google will invest more than half a billion dollars in JD.com.
Microsoft Corp is working on technology that would eliminate cashiers.
Tech giants including Google will for the first time face rules governing their commercial relations with smaller businesses.