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Amazon To Delay Prime Day Event Due To Coronavirus, Outlines Cloud Risks

The company also sees a risk to cloud computing sales in France, while another business - video on demand - is shaping up to post $100 million more in revenue than Amazon had planned for the first quarter

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Amazon Executive On Defense After Comments About Warehouse Protest Leader

Amazon and other businesses have provided vital deliveries as nearly 90% of the United States has been told by their governments to stay home to slow the spread of coronavirus.

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Amazon To Deploy Masks And Temperature Checks For Workers By Next Week

Amazon's response to the coronavirus outbreak, a pandemic that has infected more than 935,000 people globally and led to about 47,000 deaths.

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Instacart, Amazon Workers Strike As Labour Unrest Grows During Coronavirus Crisis

Amazon said later it fired an employee who helped organize the action for alleged violations of his employment, including leaving a paid quarantine to participate in the demonstration.

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Amazon Pauses Sellers' Loan Repayments Amid Coronavirus

Amazon, which had won customers by continually making shipping faster over the years, has now slowed delivery to weeks in some cases in order to manage a flood of orders.

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Delivery Drivers Face Pandemic Without Sick Pay, Insurance, Sanitizer

Dispatchers enforcing Amazon standards track his movements with GPS technology, sometimes questioning the time taken on stops.

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Flipkart Suspends Services As India Lockdown Impedes Online Grocery Deliveries

Amazon India's pantry service that delivers groceries was also not available in several cities. It has not said, however that it is suspending pantry services.

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India Plans E-Commerce Regulator, Tighter Controls Under New Policy

The government has also been working on various policies to more strictly regulate data storage by technology companies.

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Pressures On Amazon's Staff In France Unacceptable - Minister

Amazon warehouse and shipping centre at Saran just outside Orleans, a city south of Paris, some 250-300 workers started protests this week, gathering outside and calling for its closure.

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Amazon Warehouses Receive Only Vital Supplies In U.S., Europe Amid Coronavirus

Amazon has yet to indicate any such closures. Still, the months-long outbreak is posing challenges to the e-commerce giant's operations, from supply chain to deliveries, as the virus spreads from China to the rest of the world.

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Amazon To Hire 100,000 Workers As Online Orders Surge On Coronavirus Worries

Amazon, U.S. supermarket chains Albertsons, Kroger and Raley's have sought new hires to staff busy sections and fulfil online orders.

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Global Warming Fast Shrinking Rainforest Role As Climate Protector

Tropical forests are huge reservoirs of carbon, storing 250 billion tonnes in their trees alone - an amount equivalent to 90 years of global fossil-fuel emissions at current levels.

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Priyanka Chopra To Play Ma Anand Sheela In New Movie For Amazon

Chopra will be playing the titular character of Ma Anand Sheela, a spiritual adviser and the primary perpetrator of the 1984 Rajneeshee bioterror attack in Oregon

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After Amazon, Walmart's Flipkart Challenges India Antitrust Probe

Amazon and Flipkart have faced criticism from Indian retailers which accuse them of violating local laws by racking up billions of dollars of losses to fund deep discounts and discriminating against small sellers.

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Amazon's Bezos Pledges $10 Billion To Climate Change Fight

The e-commerce company delivers 10 billion items a year, has a massive transportation and data center footprint, and has faced criticism from within its own workforce.

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