The company’s purchase of iRobot, the maker of the Roomba, likely has little to do with cleaning floors.
America’s labor leaders need to make sure that the unionization strategy used at Amazon spreads to other workplaces.
The show delivered incisive commentary by hewing close to shoppers’ realities—and adding a small dose of horror.
Amazon appears to have discovered that the fastest, freest shipping is picking stuff up in person.
Parents are fleeing from a name that can be, at best, a nuisance and, at worst, associated with subservience.
Why did so many Americans receive strange packages they didn’t think they’d ordered?
The subscription service is Amazon’s greatest—and most terrifying—invention.
The company’s social-media aggression is shocking. It shouldn’t be.
Understanding America in the giant company’s shadow
Penguin Random House purchasing Simon & Schuster is not the gravest danger to the publishing business. The deal is transpiring in a larger context—and that context is Amazon.
Reining in the tech giants will help restore American democracy.
Workers at the Queens, New York, facility say employees were expected to come in for their night shift after the case was identified. Amazon denies this.
This holiday season, Amazon will move millions of packages at dizzying speed. Internal injury reports suggest all that convenience is coming at the expense of worker safety.
What the Amazon founder and CEO wants for his empire and himself, and what that means for the rest of us.
The secret sauce of search engines gives tech companies an abundance of plausible deniability.
I investigated the origins of my face wash and stumbled into the peculiar world of private-label products.
What does the e-commerce giant want with the notoriously fickle world of publishing? To own your every reading decision.
Shoppers were offered a $10 credit in exchange for handing over their browser data. It’s an investment that pays dividends for Amazon.
The human brain can’t contend with the vastness of online shopping.
Trillion-dollar companies going shopping for billion-dollar subsidies should be publicly shamed.