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Amazon.com Inc is hiring by the hundreds in China to fill jobs ranging from Internet software engineers to designers for Alexa, positioning the company to recoup some of the market share it lost to Alibaba Group Holding Ltd in the world’s largest online shopping arena.
More than half the world may be on lockdown, but more people than ever are going on safari.
Big brands usually take their ad campaigns very seriously. But sometimes they don’t. In their latest attempt to win over the coveted Generation Z, companies from Uber to Netflix are laughing at themselves in sponsored memes, or funny vignettes, on Instagram.
A proposed US national security ban on equipment from two Chinese telecommunications companies would leave dozens of small, rural cellular companies that rely on their cheap equipment without working cell towers and greatly reduced coverage.
When Alan Villeda began smuggling people from Honduras to the United States in 1998, he could only communicate with customers via patchy phone calls. These days, he is a word-of-mouth success and new clients seek him out on Facebook.
Amazon is launching a personal shopper service that acts as an at-home stylist.
A Polish design studio has created "face jewellery" in the form of a mask which makes its wearer undetectable to facial recognition algorithms.
Are the characters of the small screen influencing our fashion choices? And if so, who has the most control over viewers?
Rihanna is bringing her upcoming Savage X Fenty lingerie show to New York Fashion Week this September – as well as to audiences around the world, thanks to Amazon Prime Video.
Reebok has given one of its signature sneakers a dazzling makeover, and it is offering fans the chance to win a pair, with the help of their home assistants.