Amazon opening new Arizona warehouse, hiring 1,500
Wednesday, 16 May 2018 Amazon.com Inc. is opening a new warehouse in Tucson that will employ 1,500, according to the Arizona Daily Star. The Seattle-based e-commerce giant (Nasdaq: AMZN) will handle customer returns, light assembly, 3-D printing and direct product pickup by customers at the new 855,000-square-foot facility, according to the Daily Star. Throughout the year, Amazon will staff 1,500 at the fulfillment center, though ramp that up to near 2,000 during the holiday season. Economic development officials and…
Seattle's city council voted for a new tax on large employers in the city. The tax only affects companies with more than $20 million in revenue in the city. Amazon criticized the new tax in a blistering statement. Seattle says it will get $47 million in new revenue from the tax. Amazon, individually,...
According to Reuters, U.S. stocks looked set to snap a four-day rally on Thursday as disappointing holiday-season results from Macy’s hammered retail stocks and no clear signs of a resolution emerged..
(Reuters) - U.S. stocks were set to open lower on Thursday after a solid four-day rally, as lack of details on U.S.-China trade talks and disappointing holiday-season reports from retailers weighed on..
Amazon is now making its entry-level Fire TV Stick more appealing for shoppers. The *$40* streaming stick is now going to be bundled with the company’s new... 9to5Toys - TechnologyAlso reported by •The Next Web
Amazon-owned IMDb launched a new movie streaming platform today called Freedive, and it’s basically Prime Video Lite. The ad-supported service is available... The Next Web - InternetAlso reported by •9to5Toys