Vice reported that the woman, who works at Amazon's JFK8 facility on Staten Island, lives in her car in the warehouse parking lot.
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Amazon knows you love a bargain, and that’s what makes events like Prime Day 2021 so appealing. The online retailer has benefited handsomely over the past 12 months, as pandemic shoppers shifted to the internet in droves. Now, as it has for the past few years, Prime Day is coming to bring even more deals, though as always caution is … Continue reading
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Another petition is urging the billionaire to buy and eat the Mona Lisa. Ciao?
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Amazon promotes hourly workers at about half the rate of Walmart, where more than 75% of US store managers began in hourly roles, NYT reports.
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Amazon uses its own planes to speed up delivery and has also quietly been shipping cargo for the US Postal Service, according to a new report.
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The architect that helped design Amazon's systems said many of the companies most contentious policies are designed to keep workers from getting lazy.
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MacKenzie Scott, whose estimated fortune stands somewhere around $60 billion, announced via a Medium post today that she would be parting with a $2.7 billion portion of that wealth and distributing it to 286 groups, all of which are painstakingly named and linked at the end of her note. This third and latest gift brings Scott’s total charitable contributions to society to around $8.5 billion in the past year alone — making her one of the planet’s most generous billionaires. The amount puts her well ahead of the lifetime gifts doled out by the likes of Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg ($2.7 billion), Michael Dell of his eponymous computer corporation ($2.25 billion), Microsoft’s Steve Ballmer ($1.4 billion), or eBay’s Pierre Omidyar ($1.3... Continue reading…
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MacKenzie Scott has emerged as a philanthropic powerhouse, donating billions from her $60 billion net worth over the last year.
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NASA astronauts wear spacesuits, monitor spaceship screens, and pilot their vehicle. Jeff Bezos may just kick back and enjoy the ride.
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Jesse Eisinger outlined why he doesn't see philanthropy as a substitute for government, and how the US tax system is hugely flawed.
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Elon Musk is selling his last house, YouTube banned certain ads, and we examined AI companies' pay: 10 things in tech you need to know.
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Weeks after a study revealed that Amazon warehouse workers are injured at higher rates than staff at rival firms, the company has revealed it’s testing new robots designed to improve employee safety. The e-commerce giant has ingratiatingly named two of the bots after Sesame Street’s Bert and Ernie. Bert is an Autonomous Mobile Robot (AMR) that’s built to navigate through Amazon facilities. In the future, the company envisions the bot carrying large and heavy items or carts across a site, reducing the strain on its human coworkers. Ernie, meanwhile, is a workstation system that removes totes from robotic shelves and then deliveries them…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Amazon
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"There are some very wealthy Americans. But it's important to remember we don't tax wealth," McConnell told conservative radio host Hugh Hewitt.
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Blue Origin's $28 million passenger, Instacart is starting an ad business, and Congress takes on big tech: 10 things in tech you need to know.
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The e-commerce giant said Sunday that it is testing and developing new technologies in an effort to make handling packages safer for employees.
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Winner of the charity auction will join the Amazon CEO on the first passenger flight next month
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Unnamed passenger will pay more than $9 million per minute of zero gravity.
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A buyer has bid a massive $28 million for a seat on the first crewed test flight by Blue Origin, the space tourism company founded by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
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Scholar Erin Bass says public figures should be evaluated on their personal morals as well as by the influence of their behaviors on others.
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