Supreme Court Rules States Can Force Online Retailers To Collect Sales TaxThe Supreme Court ruled Thursday that states can compel retailers to collect sales taxes even if they don't have a physical presence in the state.
Amazon, Buffett, JP Morgan Health Care Company To Be Based In BostonThe new health care company being formed by Amazon’s Jeff Bezos, billionaire investor Warren Buffett and JPMorgan’s Jamie Dimon will be based in Boston.
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Amazon Offering Free 2-Hour Whole Foods Delivery To Boston Prime MembersGrocery shopping just got a lot more convenient for some people in Boston.
Couple's Amazon Device Recorded Private Conversation, Sent To FriendA couple in Oregon is demanding answers from Amazon after they claim their home's voice-activated device recorded a private conversation and sent it to a co-worker's phone.
Earny App Gets Shoppers Money With Refunds They Weren't ExpectingThe app Earny looks at receipts and then tracks the price to find any possible refunds.
Security Camera Captures Thief Stealing Package In Jamaica PlainA home security camera captured a thief stealing a package and riding away on a bike.
'Amazon Effect' Could Increase Housing Prices In BostonAmazon and the possibility of its second headquarters coming to Boston is generating a lot of mixed reaction.
Amazon Announces Boston Expansion Plan, Will Add 2,000 Jobs In The SeaportAs Boston competes to land Amazon’s second headquarters and tens of thousands of new jobs, the tech giant has announced a more modest expansion in the city.
Amazon Wants To Lease Office Space In Seaport, Hire 2,000 WorkersAmazon and the developer are seeking $5 million in city property tax breaks, which would depend on the company creating at least 2,000 jobs in the area by 2025.
Mystery Amazon Packages Keep Arriving At Acton HomeThe packages started to arrive in October as many as two a week and in each one as many as two to three items.
New Whole Foods System Driving Workers To 'Cry' Regularly, Report SaysAdding to employee misery, the organic foods giant is reportedly using "scorecards" to enforce store accuracy and weed out under-performing workers.