France's data protection authority uncovered Amazon's violation of workers' rights and imposed a substantial €32 million fine on the tech giant. The penalty stems from Amazon France Logistique's implementation of an overly intrusive system for monitoring employee activity and performance, as stated

By Noel Randewich (Reuters) - Nvidia was on the verge of overtaking Alphabet as Wall Street's third most valuable company on Tuesday as the dominant AI chipmaker ended the day with a market capitalization above Amazon's for the first time in

By Baranjot Kaur  (Reuters) - founder Jeff Bezos sold around 12 million shares of the online retail and cloud services firm for roughly $2 billion, according to a company filing on Friday, soon after laying out a plan to sell

By Arriana McLymore and Greg Bensinger (Reuters) - has begun rolling out a new artificial intelligence (AI) assistant that is meant to address shoppers’ product questions, but the feature raises as many questions as it answers. Rufus, as the software is

By Akash Sriram and Aishwarya Venugopal (Reuters) - shares surged 7% on Friday after the e-commerce heavyweight reported higher-than-expected holiday quarter sales and its lucrative cloud business signaled early gains from AI-powered features. The company joined Microsoft and other tech firms

By Yuvraj Malik  (Reuters) - founder Jeff Bezos will sell up to 50 million shares in the online retail and cloud services firm over the next one year, according to a company filing on Friday. The securities are worth $8.6 billion

A few days ago, there was talk of Amazon's efforts to better integrate AI into its systems, from choosing the best size to summarizing user reviews; however, it seems that sellers have "beaten the clock" on Bezos' company, with a

By Foo Yun Chee BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Alphabet's Google, Amazon and Airbnb need not comply with an Italian rule requiring them to provide information on the companies as they are already subject to laws in Ireland and Luxembourg where they are

By Joey Roulette (Reuters) - asked a Delaware court to dismiss a lawsuit brought by shareholders over the company's Kuiper satellite launch contracts, arguing in a filing that the plaintiffs failed to prove that directors acted in bad faith in