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  1. Employee activism is coming for Jeff Bezos. Amazon warehouse employees have been blowing the whistle about punishing working conditions and organizing walkouts for years—most recently ...

  2. It’s been nine months since Lift Aircraft announced its plan to field an 18-rotor, electric-powered copter for fun flights, and nearly six months since the company’s Hexa aircraft shared a photo ...

  3. Known best for his role as Amazon’s founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos has a drive to push the limits of possibility, which has catapulted Amazon to be the largest and most successful ...

  4. Today Blue Origin confirmed that Squyres, 63, will be joining the company, which is headquartered in Kent, Wash. Squyres has been involved in NASA...

  5. Three U.S. senators urge Amazon's Bezos to check driver abuse

    Reuters via Yahoo FinanceSep 12 16:27 PM

    The senators, in a letter to Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos, responded to reports that alleged Amazon pressured contractors and more broadly avoided regulatory scrutiny. Amazon ...

  6. The letters seek by Oct. 14 internal emails over the last decade from Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Alphabet CEO Larry Page, among ...

  7. The letters seek by Oct. 14 internal emails over the last decade from Apple CEO Tim Cook, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Alphabet CEO Larry Page, among ...

  8. The top spots weren't much of a surprise — Tesla's Elon Musk and Amazon's Jeff Bezos tied for first. Also in the Top 10 were Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg (No. 3), Salesforce's Marc ...

  9. Alibaba Stock Will Be Just Fine Without Jack Ma

    InvestorPlace via Yahoo FinanceSep 10 18:31 PM

    After building a company many liken to Jeff Bezos' Amazon.Com (NASDAQ:AMZN), Ma leaves a company at a crossroads under his chosen successor, Daniel Zhang.

  10. DC's free commuter paper ends run with shot at smart phones

    Associated Press via Yahoo FinanceSep 12 19:20 PM

    Washington's daily free commuter newspaper, Express, always prided itself on wit. Caccavaro blamed changing consumer habits, and said it had become increasingly rare to see subway riders reading Express or anything else printed on actual paper.

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