Amazon’s New South Jersey Fulfillment Center Will Create Roughly 1,000 New JobsWith construction well underway Amazon is looking at early 2019 as a possible opening for a new 650,000 sq ft fulfillment center in West Deptford.
Amazon Tops Google As 2nd Most Valuable Company In USAmazon still has a ways to go before it tops Apple as the most valuable company on Wall Street.
Amazon's Alexa Picks Nova To Win NCAA TournamentShe might have just picked the latest potential champion for NCAA's tournament.
Amazon Works To Fix Laugh That Has Alexa Users Freaked OutSome Alexa users have reported hearing an unprompted laugh from their smart speaker devices in the last day.
Amazon Chooses Philadelphia For Expansion Of Its Speedy Delivery ServiceIf you're a Prime member, you have Prime Now, an even faster way to get stuff like toiletries, cleaning supplies, groceries, and some electronics.
Report: Amazon May Start Its Own Checking AccountAmazon is said to be in talks with JPMorgan Chase, Capital One and other banks and financial services firms about setting up an Amazon-branded checking account for its customers.
Amazon Experiences Huge Spike In Complaints After Alexa Reportedly Loses VoiceMany complaints expressed delayed responses or total loss of connection around noon.
3 On Your Side: Double Checking Settings To Avoid ‘Echo’ EavesdroppingYou can ask it to play you a song, maybe even tell you a joke, but could your Amazon Echo be eavesdropping on you?
Sex Toys In Amazon Packages Being Sent To Random People, Reports SayAmazon has a mystery on its hands after dozens of packages were mailed to random people in the U.S. and Canada, some of the unwanted boxes containing a collection of various sex toys.
Amazon Lays Off Hundreds Of EmployeesAmazon is laying off hundreds of employees, a source familiar with the matter told CNN.
Amazon Patents Worker-Tracking WristbandWe all know there's plenty of micromanaging in the work-place. But, how would you feel if your company not only tracked your every step but guided your every move?
New Whole Foods System Driving Workers To 'Cry' Regularly, Report SaysAdding to employee misery, the organic foods giant is reportedly using "scorecards" to enforce store accuracy and weed out under-performing workers.

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