(John Solomon) Amazon founder calls president‘s newest comments tying corporate taxes to inflation “misdirection.”
(Carmine Sabia) The Democrats, and in particular President Joe Biden, are not making friends with the most wealthy people in the world but when one attacks them consistently what can one expect?
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(Madeleine Hubbard) Several large companies, including Amazon, Yelp, and Citigroup, are offering to reimburse employees who have to travel to obtain an abortion after a leaked draft opinion shows that the Supreme Court is poised to reverse Roe v. Wade.
(Paul Bois) Amazon founder Jeff Bezos has been getting mercilessly trolled on Twitter after he wondered aloud if billionaire Elon Musk’s acquisition of the social media platform could potentially give the Chinese government leverage over free speech.
(The Center Square Staff) Amazon’s CEO announced Thursday that the company would be raising prices to keep pace with inflation.
(The Gateway Pundit) Democrats have destroyed another city.
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(Lucas Nolan) E-commerce giant Amazon has removed the Black Lives Matter organization from its AmazonSmile charity platform as the organization faces increasing financial scrutiny. Amazon previously was a major cheerleader for Black Lives Matter, including making large donations to the group and a notorious incident in which founder Jeff Bezos scolded a customer for saying “All Lives Matter” in an email.
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(Jack Davis, The Western Journal) The German government’s antitrust office has announced that Google meets its standard for regulation, a step toward possible action against the Big Tech giant.
(Zero Hedge) The implications and consequences of Hong Kong’s sweeping pro-China ‘national security law’ of June 2020 continues to be felt, with the latest on Wednesday being that a new far-reaching film censorship law has been passed and implemented, which even works retroactively.
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(Mary Villareal) The biggest U.S. companies are sitting on huge piles of cash, and they are running out of ways to spend it. So now, they are putting their money in a lot of commercial real estate.
(Ethan Huff) Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren wants to abolish the First Amendment because the right to free speech, she says, is allowing “misinformation” about the Wuhan coronavirus (Covid-19) to spread online.
(Pam Briggs) Using a biometric (part of your body) rather than a credit card to make a purchase might offer a lot more convenience for what feels like very little cost, but there are reasons you should be wary of companies like Amazon incentivizing us to use biometrics for everyday transactions.
(The Center Square Staff) Amazon recently eliminated marijuana from its drug testing and now treats employee use of it the same as alcohol. Other businesses are changing their marijuana screening policies as well.
(Ramon Tomey) Many sellers on Amazon pride themselves with having almost five-star ratings and almost zero negative product reviews.
(Daniel Payne) Amazon this week revealed a massive near-$1 billion fine it received from the European Union this month due to allegedly violating EU data protection rules.