White House lashes out at Jeff Bezos for criticising Joe Biden administration's fiscal, economic policies
White House deputy press secretary Andrew Bates said that it wasn't surprising that Jeff Bezos' tweet came after US president Joe Biden met with labour organisers, including Amazon employees
Police say that when a white gunman killed 10 people and wounded three others in a 'racially motivated violent extremist' shooting in Buffalo, he livestreamed the attack to the gaming platform Twitch
The Open Network for Digital Commerce (ONDC) is a network of several small and large-scale offline and online traders. Even though it is in a nascent stage, it is being pitched as a solution to break the dominance of large e-commerce firms
In New York, two state lawmakers introduced a bill to regulate warehouse productivity quotas, aiming to curtail workplace injuries at facilities operated by Amazon and other companies
Jeff Bezos' comments on Tesla's reliance on China comes months after a Reuters investigation in December 2021 found Amazon had ceased demands from China to continue doing business and grow the company in the east Asian nation
The group has been testing the app since last year as it seeks to play a big role in the fast growing e-commerce space
In what is being described as a modern-day David vs Goliath battle, a small group of workers succeeded in forming Amazon's first union at a warehouse on Staten Island in New York. Their efforts are laudable, as they went up against one of the fiercest anti-union companies in the United States
Tata Group’s super app will be launched on 7 April. Tata Neu will bring all of the conglomerate’s services – airlines, hotels, medicines, groceries, and apparel – in one place
Warehouse workers cast 2,654 votes — or about 55% — in favor of a union, giving the fledgling Amazon Labor Union enough support to pull off a victory
Devil's Advocate | What jars in the otherwise radical Jalsa is reinforcing of the noble servant stereotype
Ramu Kaka is back on screen again, and this time he is called Ruksana. Jalsa does not reengineer a status quo that has somewhat been challenged by international films like The White Tiger and Parasite.
Jalsa movie review: Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah light up a story of class, happenstance and the human conscience
Half the battle for Jalsa was won when Vidya Balan and Shefali Shah were roped in to share screen space.
The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel Season 4 finally shows Midge as not another Mary Sue, but a self-preserving artist
In the new season of The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Midge's total likability, an eternal impediment to her complexity, feels a little bit earned. The show stops looking like a girl-boss fanfiction, an exercise in wish fulfillment.
The Boys Presents: Diabolical and Star Wars: Visions underline boundless potential of animated spin-off shows
When done right, the animated anthology allows us to both zoom in [look at specific, smaller stories] and zoom out, allowing a wider exploration of the far corners of these worlds in a way their live-action counterparts just haven't.
Sumaira Shaikh on the road to Dongri Danger, her first stand-up special: It's difficult for female comedians to get the numbers
"I’m sorry to say this but I think Indian audiences inherently relate more to the topics that the male comedians talk about," says Sumaira Shaikh.
SpaceX said a geomagnetic storm on 4 February, 2022, made the atmosphere denser, which increased the drag on the Starlink satellites, effectively dooming them
Oscars 2022: Streaming dominates nominations again, with Netflix's The Power of the Dog, Apple TV's The Tragedy of Macbeth
Oscar voters rewarded Netflix, Apple TV+, and Amazon films with nearly 40 Oscar nominations — 27 for Netflix alone, with Jane Campion’s Western The Power of the Dog recognised in an impressive 12 categories, including best picture.
Inside the free fall of Westland Books: From disappointment to rage, how authors are reacting to Amazon's decision
TM Krishna, who has collaborated with Westland Books, attributes the imminent closure to Amazon’s “unsustainable economic model” and “a culture of discrimination."
Amazon faced the ire of a section of Indian social media users over merchandising some products, including apparel and food items, that feature images of the Indian flag, with some saying that using the tricolour in such a way was an insult and a violation of the country's flag code