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Amazon picks New York City, Washington D.C. area for new offices

15 Nov 2018

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON Amazon.com Inc picked America's financial and political capitals for massive new offices on Tuesday, branching out from its home base in Seattle with plans to create more than 25,000 jobs in both New York City and an area just outside Washington, D.C. | Video

Amazon strikes deal with Apple to sell iPhones, iPads

09 Nov 2018

Amazon.com Inc on Friday said it would carry more Apple Inc products globally in time for the holiday shopping season, as the technology rivals put aside past differences to boost sales. | Video

Amazon plans to split second headquarters in two cities: sources

06 Nov 2018

Amazon.com Inc is planning to split its second headquarters evenly between two cities, people familiar with the matter said Monday, in a twist to a more than year-long contest that has drawn overtures from locales across North America. | Video

Amazon drops free-shipping minimum in race for holiday sales

05 Nov 2018

Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it would offer free shipping with no purchase minimum for the first time this holiday season, heating up the competition with Walmart Inc and other rivals vying for customers' Christmas shopping. | Video

Amazon drops free shipping minimum in tussle for holiday sales

05 Nov 2018

Nov 5 Amazon.com Inc said on Monday it would offer free shipping with no purchase minimum for the first time this holiday season, heating up the competition with Walmart Inc and other rivals vying for customers' Christmas shopping sprees.

Amazon's holiday season sales outlook misses views; shares sink

26 Oct 2018

Amazon.com Inc forecast holiday season sales and profit that missed Wall Street targets on Thursday, projecting revenue growth that would be the slowest in years, sending shares of the world's largest online retailer down 8 percent in after-hours trade. | Video

Insight - Amazon scraps secret AI recruiting tool that showed bias against women

11 Oct 2018

SAN FRANCISCO Amazon.com Inc's machine-learning specialists uncovered a big problem: their new recruiting engine did not like women. | Video

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