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Amazon's fight against warehouse workers in New York who voted to unionize is heating up. What's happening: A court last week ordered the company to tell workers at JFK8 in Staten Island that they can't be fired for unionizing, but Amazon has "made of mockery" of the ruling, the National Labor Relations Board said in a scathing motion filed in court on Wednesday.Instead of having a person read the cease-and-desist order out loud, the company originally planned on showing workers a video, during times of the day when shifts are changing and workers are less likely to see it, according to the motion.The latest: On Thursday, Amazon did have a person read the order out loud, according ...
— Axios (December 3) (Pocket)
Demand has fallen for professionals in technology, legal, scientific and finance fields, as companies that ramped up staffing during the pandemic, including tech firms, slow down hiring or cut jobs.
— The Wall Street Journal (December 3) (Pocket)
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy on Wednesday said an "uncertain" economy pushed the e-commerce giant to move forward with rare and wide-ranging layoffs after having gone on a significant hiring spree for much of the pandemic.
— CNN (December 1) (Pocket)
Nancy Chen got an inside look at the journey of an Amazon package near the company's Seattle headquarters. Thousands of workers and robots come together to fulfill up to a million orders a day at Amazon's flagship fulfillment center in Kent, Washington. Plus, here's what to expect this holiday shopping season.
— CBS (December 1) (Pocket)
Thousands of Amazon workers are staging strikes and a walkout this Black Friday to push the company into paying better wages and enhance its climate policies.
— Washington Times (November 27) (Pocket)
Whether you know someone who just got an iPad Pro or you want to experiment with using the premium tablet as a laptop in the new year, Apple's Magic Keyboard is one of the best typing solutions out there. However, like most first-party Apple accessories, it'll cost you. But now you can get the 12.9-inch model for $100 less than usual from Amazon — the online retailer has the white keyboard for $250, which is the lowest price we've seen it.There are a number of other keyboard options out there for all iPad models, but the Magic Keyboard is, without a doubt, the most luxurious.
— Engadget (December 3) (Pocket)
Amazon is more than just a place to shop for clothes, books and home essentials. The online retailer also makes a ton of its own tech, including smart devices, TVs, security equipment and much more, and right now you can pick some up at a discount. Woot, another online retailer owned by Amazon, is currently offering up to 78% off a selection of both new and refurbished Amazon devices, with prices starting at just $8.
— CNET (December 2) (Pocket)
Cyber Monday Sales Hit Record $11.3B, Fueled By Deep Discounts Thanks to deeper than expected discounts, Cyber Monday set new records yesterday - with online retailers pulling in $11.2 billion in sales, a 5.1% jump over 2021 when $10.7 billion of sales were recorded, according to figures from tracking firm Adobe Analytics. The figure tops Black Friday, which saw $9.12 billion in sales - while Thanksgiving saw $5.29 billion in sales. There was roughly $9.55 billion in sales over the weekend on top of that. Altogether, "Cyber Week" is expected to reach $35.27 billion in online sales, up 4% over last year.
— ZeroHedge Opinion (December 1) (Pocket)
Cyber Monday is here, and now you can shop stellar deals on household essentials, holiday splurges and more at Target’s Cyber Monday sale. The retailer is offering a slew of online markdowns across all categories, with new deals cropping up daily.
— CNN (November 30) (Pocket)
Cyber Monday, the online version of Black Friday, takes place on the first Monday after the U.S. holiday of Thanksgiving, and has become one of the biggest shopping days of the year. It's a day when online retailers offer great deals and shoppers flock to the internet to partake of them.
— Snopes (November 30) (Pocket)
Consumers spent a record $9.12 billion while online shopping Friday, according to Adobe Analytics, which tracks more than 85% of the top 100 U.S. online retailers. That's an increase of 2.3% over a year ago – surpassing the previous online Black Friday sales high mark of $9.03 billion in 2020.
— USA Today (November 28) (Pocket)
This season, holiday sales are expected to hit at least $942 billion dollars, which is a 6% increase from last year, according to the National Retail Federation. But with online shopping and earlier sales, does Black Friday still hold the same power in holiday shopping as it has in the past?
— CBS (November 24) (Pocket)
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