French soccer teams could face economic disaster after a television partner said it would refuse to honor its contract. Transfers, salaries and budgets hang in the balance.
A former employee and others discuss its management system and high turnover rate. Also: Asian American identity; visas for Afghan interpreters.
Amazon’s experimental approach to product design can hurt your wallet and the environment. Why does it need our help to figure out what it’s doing?
Ms. Khan, who first attracted notice as a critic of Amazon, was confirmed by the Senate as a commissioner on the agency on Tuesday.
Ms. Scott’s wealth has continued to grow thanks to Amazon’s soaring stock price. Forbes estimates her net worth at roughly $60 billion.
Outsiders see a business success story for the ages. Many insiders see an employment system under strain.
Why Google thought twice about restoring your privacy.
Four people will be aboard the New Shepard, the Blue Origin rocket named for the first American in space, when it is set to launch.
A bipartisan group of House members introduced five bills that take direct aim at Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google.
Margrethe Vestager is the European regulator trying to do something audacious: get companies like Apple, Amazon and Facebook to play fair and pay taxes.
Prosecutors said that Seth Aaron Pendley, 28, of Wichita Falls, Texas, had also boasted that he was at the Capitol on Jan. 6 when Trump supporters stormed the building.
Mr. Bezos will be on board when his rocket company, Blue Origin, launches its first human spaceflight next month, after he steps down as chief executive of Amazon.
The American company sees big potential in the country’s nascent e-commerce market. Both sides view a troubled grocery store chain as the key to success.
Our streaming picks for June, including ‘Sweet Tooth,’ ‘Good on Paper’ and ‘Eden’
The character endures because he is protected by people who love him.
Amazon will buy MGM. Cool. But why does the tech giant have a streaming video service at all?
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, while diminished, commanded a premium price, with Amazon seeking to bolster its crucial Prime membership offering.
The District of Columbia said in a lawsuit that Amazon had stopped merchants that use its platform from charging lower prices for the same products elsewhere online.
The Windsor Police Department said it was investigating what it called “potential hate crime incidents” after a seventh noose was found at a future fulfillment center.
Evictions of some popular products tell us a lot about untrustworthy internet reviews.
The decision-making theatrics of Amazon, Facebook and other tech companies underscore the need for government to play a larger role.
Two-thirds of characters reflect stereotypes, and just 3.4 percent of movies had leads or coleads who were Asians or Pacific Islanders, the study of 1,300 movies found.
A deal would add Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer’s 4,000 films to Amazon’s streaming library, including the James Bond, Rocky and “Legally Blonde” franchises.
Driven by a combination of anxiety and murky information about new virus variants, some New Yorkers aren’t letting their guard down.
Their marital estate is enormous and complex, containing assets as varied as stocks and farmland. Divvying it up could have implications for philanthropy.
In Barry Jenkins’s dreamlike adaptation of the Colson Whitehead novel, the railway is real and so is the pain.
In “Amazon Unbound,” his second book about the company, Brad Stone focuses on its singular C.E.O.
A plan aimed at the nation’s largest cluster of warehouses is designed to spur electrification of pollution-spewing diesel trucks and could set a template for restrictions elsewhere.
How Barry Jenkins and his band of indie filmmakers made television’s most ambitious take on American slavery since “Roots.”
The e-commerce giant’s European retail business had record sales in 2020, but its headquarters on the continent reported a $1.4 billion loss.
Every month, streaming services add movies and TV shows to their libraries. Here are our picks from May’s new titles.
Bookstore or Amazon? Curbside pickup or delivery? We answer common questions readers might have.
The dictionary doesn’t have enough superlatives to describe what’s happening to the five biggest technology companies, raising uncomfortable questions for their C.E.O.s.
The decision could be a win for Amazon, which said it was passed over for the $10 billion Pentagon contract because of his animosity toward its founder, Jeff Bezos.
Nobody, least of all people on the left, has anything to celebrate in the rise of activist industry.
What the tech barons think matters. But imagine if those working in the trenches had a bigger voice.
QAnon adherents and other far-right influencers are making thousands of dollars broadcasting election and vaccine conspiracy theories on the streaming site.
Republicans are mad at big business, but not mad enough to raise taxes.
Tech executives wanted to change the world, and they did. Of course we’re now questioning them.
Never before have so many countries, including China, moved with such vigor at the same time to limit the power of a single industry.
What’s good for the online giant might be very bad for free competition and national cohesion.
Pay, benefits and an aggressive anti-union campaign by the company helped generate votes at a warehouse in Alabama.
Our system of labor law and regulations has too strongly tilted the playing field in favor of companies.
The internet-connected world is completely dependent on the production of semiconductors. That’s become a problem now that supplies are running short.
Corporate America keeps squeezing the humanity out of the workplace.
The writer behind the Amazon Prime superhero show ‘Invincible’ shares the films, comic books and characters he drew on to create the new series.
Unions aren’t obsolete, and we need to get them back.
Wish, the ultra-budget e-commerce app, is about as online as shopping gets. What happens when it comes to your neighborhood?
Customers should start telling Jeff Bezos to treat his workers like human beings.