Would you pay $115 for a bamboo steamer that goes for less than half that in the US?
- by Adam Turner
Amazon employees are reportedly providing confidential data and other services in exchange for a fee.
- by Luke Kawa
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
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
This milestone would never have come if it weren't for one key decision, analysts said.
- by Spencer Soper
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
Instead of talking about a very real issue, the President prefers to lash out at one of his perceived enemies.
- by Joe Nocera
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
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