What a farce. That was one of the reactions when word leaked out that Amazon's big search for a second HQ outside of Seattle would result in two new locations.
After conducting a yearlong search for a second home, Amazon has switched gears, according to insiders.
- by Karen Weise and J. David Goodman
Tech titans just took one on the chin. The Nasdaq tumbled the most since 2011, erasing almost $47 billion from the fortunes of technology's 61 richest people.
- by Reade Pickert & Jack Witzig
The fortunes of the world's wealthiest were pummelled by the global market sell-off, and none more so than that of the world's richest person.
Amazon's decision this week to raise its minimum hourly pay is not for all of its workers.
- by Leonid Bershidsky
It is dangerous to demonise the media and to say that they are the enemy of the people, the Amazon boss said at a speech in Washington.
Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos, the world's richest person, said he will commit $2 billion to helping homeless families, a low-income communities.
- by Munsif Vengattil and Jeffrey Dastin
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
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
Two technology giants sit at the threshold of a monumental achievement - and we could get a winner in the next week.
- by Brad Stone