Amazon delivers about 10 billion items a year and has a massive transportation and data center footprint.
The Department for Promotion of Industry and Internal Trade (DPIIT) has rejected Walmart-backed Flipkart’s proposal seeking approval for entry to the food retail sector citing a regulatory issue, an official said on Monday
Amazon India to add 50,000 temporary roles for warehousing, delivery network to meet surge in demand for products
E-commerce major Amazon India on Friday said it will add 50,000 'seasonal' or temporary roles to meet the surge in online demand for products, particularly from those most vulnerable to being out in public in the backdrop of the coronavirus pandemic
Amazon enters Indian food delivery market, to compete against Zomato, Swiggy; starts operations in select parts of Bengaluru
Amazon India on Thursday said it is launching its food delivery operations in select parts of Bengaluru, a move that will see the e-commerce giant compete against major players like Zomato and Swiggy in the country
Flipkart awaits advisories from states for resuming full services; Centre allows delivery of non-essential items by e-commerce platforms
Sales of non-essential items on e-commerce platforms in the first week of May, after sales of such items were allowed in green and orange zones, were lower than last year on account of the lockdown.
E-commerce companies are waiting for more clarity from states before taking a final call on resumption of services in various locations.
Amazon India has set up a dedicated microsite that lists all gaming benefits that Prime members can avail.
Lockdown 3.0: From laptops to apparels, people place orders online for non-essential items; staff crunch may delay deliveries
From laptops to apparels, people logged on to e-commerce platforms like Amazon, Paytm Mall and Snapdeal on Monday to place orders for non-essential items
Coronavirus Outbreak: E-commerce cos geared up for shipping non-essentials but sales may be hit as large markets in red zone
E-commerce companies are geared up to start shipping non-essential items to customers in orange and green zones from Monday, but sales could be impacted as metros and many large cities are in red zones
Announcing its Q1 results for 2020, Amazon said that it would be spending $4 billion in COVID-19 related expenses during its Q2.
Amazon Partner Support Fund follows the recent announcement of the global $25 million Amazon Relief Fund (ARF) in India.
Amazon ties up with Indian Railways to transport essential items via 'COVID-19 Parcel Special Trains'; move likely to boost deliveries during lockdown
Amazon India has tied up with the Indian Railways for the transportation of consignments via 'COVID-19 Parcel Special Trains' across the country during the coronavirus lockdown
E-commerce giant Amazon India on Thursday launched 'Local Shops on Amazon' programme that will help local shopkeepers and kirana store owners to sell online
Amazon in January announced a $1 billion investment to bring more than 10 million small businesses online in India by 2025.
Amazon India is reaching out to customers to assure them that receiving deliveries through its platform is safe, and that it continues to take preventative hygiene measures across its sites
Amazon Prime Video is offering more than 60 children's TV shows, movies, and nursery rhymes without any cost globally.
Amazon India has said it is working extensively with seller partners to ensure product availability, and bringing on the additional capacity for delivery, after stocks ran out on some popular items, especially in the household staples category
Amazon also said it would invest over $350 million to raise the pays for these employees in the US, Canada, UK and European Union.
The OnePlus 8 Pro is expected to feature a punch-hole camera and a Snapdragon 865 SoC.