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Amazon fails to curb Australia price gouging after overseas block

Amazon fails to curb Australia price gouging after overseas block

Would you pay $115 for a bamboo steamer that goes for less than half that in the US?

  • by Adam Turner

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Amazon investigates report that employees leaked data for bribes
Workplace

Amazon investigates report that employees leaked data for bribes

Amazon employees are reportedly providing confidential data and other services in exchange for a fee.

  • by Luke Kawa
In Amazon's 'hellscape', workers face insecurity and crushing targets
Investigation
Retail

In Amazon's 'hellscape', workers face insecurity and crushing targets

Workers at Amazon’s first Australian warehouse say they’re too stressed to function and too scared to go to the toilet.

  • by Patrick Hatch
$11m an hour: As Amazon sprints to a trillion, Bezos rakes in the cash
World markets

$11m an hour: As Amazon sprints to a trillion, Bezos rakes in the cash

The online superstore's market value hit $US1 trillion for the first time on Tuesday - and no one else has benefited more than its founder.

  • by Jeran Wittenstein & Tom Metcalf
Amazon joins Apple in becoming a $US1 trillion company
Apple

Amazon joins Apple in becoming a $US1 trillion company

This milestone would never have come if it weren't for one key decision, analysts said.

  • by Spencer Soper
Amazon bans products featuring Nazi symbols
Extremism

Amazon bans products featuring Nazi symbols

The e-commerce giant has vowed to no longer let third-party retailers sell products that feature Nazi and white nationalist symbolism on its platform, after pressure from nonprofit groups and politicians.

  • by Kate Conger
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A hidden Amazon fortune: Jeff Bezos' parents may be worth billions
Jeff Bezos

A hidden Amazon fortune: Jeff Bezos' parents may be worth billions

Bezos isn't only the world's richest man. He's also looked after his family, giving his parents a 12 million per cent return for backing him during Amazon's startup days.

  • by Tom Metcalf
We need to talk about Amazon, but Trump keeps hijacking the conversation
Opinion
Donald Trump

We need to talk about Amazon, but Trump keeps hijacking the conversation

Instead of talking about a very real issue, the President prefers to lash out at one of his perceived enemies.

  • by Joe Nocera
Amazon in Australia: Starbucks, redux?
Opinion
Retail

Amazon in Australia: Starbucks, redux?

Is Amazon, like Starbucks, another example of a foreign brand failing to understand Australia? Or will it bounce back?

  • by John McDuling
Amazon promoting white supremacist views, report finds
Retail

Amazon promoting white supremacist views, report finds

Amazon shoppers can buy onesies for babies stamped with alt-right images, Nazi-themed action figures and anti-Semitic books and music.

  • by Mihir Zaveri
Guide to taking 'creepshots' available online in Australia

Guide to taking 'creepshots' available online in Australia

A how-to guide on taking sneaky "creepshots" of women, which is available online in Australia, urges readers to take up the "healthy hobby".

  • by Simone Fox Koob & Melissa Cunningham