Amazon laid off workers at its brick-and-mortar grocery stores last week — the latest sign of the e-commerce giant's struggles to stand out in the competitive grocery landscape.
As heat waves hit the U.S., delivery drivers are especially vulnerable to rising temperatures. Workers at some of the biggest delivery companies are pushing for more protection against extreme heat.
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Led by their eldest sibling, who is 13, they managed to find food and shelter. All four, including a year-old baby, stayed safe until Colombian special forces and Indigenous guides rescued them.
Champion of her ancestral forest, Brazilian Indigenous activist Alessandra Korap Munduruku was one of this year's recipients of the Goldman Environmental Prize for grassroots activists.
With the dollar weakening, people are turning to gold. Cue the acceleration of an Amazon gold rush, and with it, more challenges for Brazil, write Robert Muggah and Mac Margolis.
Following a big round of layoffs, the Seattle-based company said it is delaying the beginning of construction of the second phase of its headquarters development in Northern Virginia.
The biggest culprit was Amazon hefty investment in the electric automaker Rivian, whose value plummeted last year. Amazon also contends with the need to recalibrate after a pandemic-era upsurge.
The company says the AmazonSmile program didn't have enough financial impact. But some charities say the support "made a huge difference," and shoppers have expressed disapproval on social media.
Amazon should recognize its first unionized warehouse in the U.S., a federal labor official ruled.