Stocks are down sharply for the third day in a row, partly because a decline in oil prices is hurting energy companies.
Walmart+ will cost $98 a year, offering free delivery of groceries and items from nearby stores, a discount on gasoline and mobile checkout.
At a time of mass work from home and with many people moving to spacious suburbs, Amazon is funding a large expansion of corporate real estate and 3,500 jobs in six U.S. cities.
The company's sales went through the roof between April and June, hitting close to $89 billion — a 40% increase from a year earlier. Amazon added 175,000 new hires to help keep up with the demand.
Rep. David Cicilline, D-R.I., says Amazon, Facebook, Google and Apple operate like monopolies and need to be broken up or regulated.
The CEOs tell Congress that the giant American tech companies do not stifle competition, saying the concern that too much power is concentrated in too few companies is unfounded.
The first congressional testimony by Jeff Bezos comes at a time when he and Amazon are seeming at their zenith, occupying ever-growing space in American culture.
The CEOs of Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google are set to testify about whether their companies have too much power. Jeff Bezos begins his prepared remarks with a personal story.
The heads of Facebook, Google, Amazon and Apple will face lawmakers' questions about whether they are using their power to squash competition.
Federal law generally prohibits dietary supplements from claiming to treat specific diseases or viruses. Yet NPR found more than 100 products sold on Amazon that make unsubstantiated antiviral claims.
Online retailer Amazon is hiring 75,000 people to handle increased demand from the coronavirus pandemic. Roughly 1,500 of those jobs will be in Georgia....
Amazon is opening another massive warehouse in metro Atlanta that will create 500 new jobs.
Organizers and city leaders are still puzzling out why a job fair at the Anderson Conference Center in Macon recently saw an unexpectedly large turnout....
Over 3,500 job hunters waited in a mile-long line stretching down Eisenhower Parkway in Macon for a warehouse job fair at the Anderson Conference Center...
Today "On Second Thought" explored Georgia's economic and political landscape. We checked in with "Political Rewind" host Bill Nigut to discuss Brian...