Will Shoppers Love Amazon Prime Day as Much in the Fall?

The ecommerce giant's biggest sale of the year is reportedly moving to September.

Amazon Reportedly Strikes a Deal With Unions to Reopen French Warehouses

Amazon's French warehouses were shut down following a court order and will now open up again after a deal was struck with the unions.

Amazon Is Mass Producing Face Shields With Some Help From 3D Printing Enthusiasts

The platform repurposed drone manufacturing facilities for production.

5 Things We Learned About Amazon in the Age of Coronavirus From Its Q1 Earnings Call

Inside Amazon's Q1 earnings call.

Amazon’s Ad Business Proved a Highlight Amid Wider Q1 Earnings Miss

Amazon's ad sales business grew 44% in Q1 when net sales hit $75.5 billion, but income dropped $1 billion from a year ago.

Third-Party Sellers Aren’t Surprised Amazon Is Reportedly Looking at Their Data

A new report suggests "aggregate data" might mean something different to third-party sellers vs. the ecommerce giant.

3 Reasons Google’s New Shopping Listings Are Really About Amazon

Sure, Google wants to help retailers—but it also wants market share.

Jeff Bezos’ 2019 Letter to Amazon Shareholders Is Light on Insights

At least there were no references to his "first-party butt" this year.

Amazon Warehouses in France to Shutter Following a Court Order

The ecommerce giant is appealing the decision.

How Walkouts at Amazon Mirror Retail Strikes Through History

Workers have long fought to prove their value to society. They’re trying again now.