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DoorDash And Amazon Won’t Change Tipping Policy After Instacart Controversy; If You’re Worried, Carry Cash

The tipping controversy that prompted Instacart to reverse a compensation plan to its contract workers isn’t likely to go away: Rivals DoorDash and Amazon Flex are continuing to adjust driver pay based on how much they get tipped, saying doing so ensures a minimum payout. The practice, which has its roots in the way brick-and-mortar restaurants pay waitstaff, has been adapted to suit the needs of app-based delivery companies…………

Source: DoorDash And Amazon Won’t Change Tipping Policy After Instacart Controversy; If You’re Worried, Carry Cash

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Amazon Becomes World’s Most Valuable Company for the First Time Ever With a Market Value of $797billion – Surpassing Microsoft — BCNN1 WP

Amazon has become the world’s most valuable company for the first time, surpassing Microsoft. The shift occurred Monday after Amazon’s shares rose 3 per cent to close at $1,629.51 and lifted the e-commerce leader’s market value to $797billion. Meanwhile, Microsoft’s stock edged up by less than 1 percent to finish at $102.06, leaving the computer […]

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Amazon Partners On New Ethereum Marketplace For Enterprises – Sarah Hansen

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Kaleido, a startup that aims to help enterprises implement blockchain technology, has launched a new platform in collaboration with Amazon Web Services (AWS). Kaleido Marketplace will provide tools and protocols for all the components of new blockchain projects, “from the app all the way to the chain,” founder and CEO Steve Cerveny told Forbes. Commodities platform Komgo, whose network of financial institutions includes Citi, ING, Koch Supply and Trading, MUFG Bank, Societe Generale, Credit Agricole Group, BNP Paribas, and Shell, is a current client…………

 

 

 

 

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Black Friday, Cyber Monday sale: Amazon Selling 120 Million ‘Made in India’ Products Worldwide – Livemint

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New Delhi: This year’s Black Friday sale and Cyber Monday sale in the United States and other parts of the world will have a desi touch as e-commerce giant Amazon has teamed up with over 37,000 Indian exporters to sell more than 120 million ‘Made in India’ products.

In a statement, Amazon said customers shopping on Amazon can avail exclusive deals on ‘Made in India’ products from across categories such as electronics, accessories, cookware, clothing, luxury products, toys, home décor, art & crafts, etc during the Black Friday sale.

The ‘Made in India’ products are being sold to Amazon customers worldwide for the biggest shopping season in the US and some other countries under Amazon’s Global Selling Program.

“I’m very excited for the international holiday season on Amazon, particularly Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Last year, it was our first global sale season on Amazon and we did 2X of our regular sales, which was completely unexpected. This year we’ve invested a lot more in our portfolio of products, added enhanced content, continuing to use FBA, and expect a surge of 3-4X from last year sales,” said Mobashir, owner of Estalon and a seller under Amazon’s Global Selling Program.

Cyber Monday was the single biggest shopping day worldwide for Amazon last year, and the biggest day ever for small businesses and entrepreneurs selling on Amazon. Customers ordered nearly 140 million items from small businesses alone.

Even Indian exporter on Amazon witnessed a revenue growth of over 1.5X year on year during Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping season in 2017. Products in categories such as home, books, health and personal care, apparel, beauty, and office products were the most popular. In 2018, in addition to the popular categories of 2017, newer products in categories such as checkbook covers, sling bags, Christmas bedding, tool aprons, personalized wallets, aroma oils, etc. will be offered on exclusive deals during the shopping season.

A significant number of products have already been shipped to Amazon Fulfilment Centres worldwide to facilitate one day delivery to Amazon Prime members. Customers shopping on Amazon will have a fast and reliable delivery experience during the upcoming shopping season for ‘Made in India’ products.

Amazon Black Friday Deals Week 2018: Fire Stick And Echo Dot Bundles At Huge Price Cut – Madeline Kaufman

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If you’re looking to buy a Fire Stick and or maybe you want to invest in an Echo Dot, here is your perfect opportunity. Or, if you’re looking for two tech gifts for your Amazon product-lover, we’ve got a treat for you. Today, you can save $40 on either the Fire TV Stick 4k and a 3rd generation Echo Dot or a Fire TV Stick and a 2nd generation Echo Dot……….

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/forbes-finds/2018/11/17/amazon-black-friday-deals-2018-fire-stick-and-echo-dot-bundles-at-huge-price-cut/#35bac176a028

 

 

 

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Bezos Is Right To Worry About Amazon’s Future – Bryce Hoffman

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When word leaked out of Seattle that Jeff Bezos had told employees “Amazon will go bankrupt,” the company’s stock took a nose dive. But those comments shouldn’t worry Amazon.com investors; Bezos’ statement should reassure them. Why? Because Bezos was right when he said, “Amazon is not too big to fail.” And while the same can be said of any large corporation, few CEOs are willing to acknowledge that fact. Yet, those few who do  like Bezos  are the sort of self-aware critical thinkers who will help make sure their companies not only survive, but thrive, in the long run……………

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/brycehoffman/2018/11/17/bezos-is-right-to-worry-about-amazons-future/#84ca0c82dc92

 

 

 

 

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Banned From Amazon: The Shoppers Who Make Too Many Returns – Khadeeja Safdar & Laura Stevens

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The e-commerce giant bans shoppers from the site for infractions such as returning too many items, sometimes without telling them what they did wrong. Amazon has cultivated an image as a customer-friendly company in part by making it easy for shoppers to send back items they don’t want. The site’s lax return policies have conditioned consumers to expect the same treatment from other retailers, adding to pressure on brick-and-mortar chains. But shoppers are finding out there are some customers Amazon has determined aren’t worth keeping………….

Read more: https://www.wsj.com/articles/banned-from-amazon-the-shoppers-who-make-too-many-returns-1526981401?mod=djmc_pkt_ff&tier_1=21128300&tier_2=dcm&tier_3=21128300&tier_4=0&tier_5=4508749

 

 

 

 

With No Laws To Guide It, Here’s How Orlando Is Using Amazon’s Facial Recognition Technology – Davey Alba

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Walking around downtown Orlando, you might not notice the lightbulb-sized camera affixed to one of the traffic signal poles along the city’s palm tree–studded avenues. But it’s there, scanning all the same. If it sees you, the camera will instantly send a live video feed over to Amazon’s facial “Recognition” system, cross-referencing your face against persons of interest. It’s one of three IRIS cameras in the Orlando area whose video feeds are processed by a system that could someday flag potential criminal matches — for now, all the “persons of interest” are volunteers from the Orlando police — and among a growing number of facial recognition systems nationally………

Read more: https://www.buzzfeednews.com/article/daveyalba/amazon-facial-recognition-orlando-police-department

 

 

 

 

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Amazon Shares Drop After Q3 Sales Fall Short And Holiday Outlook Disappoints – Andria Cheng

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Amazon.com AMZN +7.24%, facing growing competition on all fronts led by Walmart, reported disappointing third-quarter sales, sending its shares lower in after-hours trading. Sales in the quarter ended Sept. 30 rose 29% to $56.6 billion, compared with the consensus Wall Street estimate of sales rising above $57 billion. Sales would have risen 30% without the negative impact of a stronger dollar that hurt translated overseas sales by $260 million……

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/andriacheng/2018/10/25/amazon-shares-drop-after-q3-sales-fall-short-and-holiday-outlook-may-disappoint/#202775e83048

 

 

 

 

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Amazon’s HQ2 Could Be Silicon Valley 2, For Better Or Worse – Pete Saunders

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Thirteen months into the international derby that is the Amazon HQ2 selection process, it seems the end of the sweepstakes is near. What’s happened? What have we learned? What’s next? It’s been a dizzying year-plus for the giant online retailer. Amazon received 238 proposals last November from cities across North America, each wanting a crack at attracting upwards of 50,000 high-paying tech jobs that could send a local economy on an entirely different trajectory. Twenty finalists were announced last January, and Amazon began its due diligence in earnest……

Read more: https://www.forbes.com/sites/petesaunders1/2018/10/05/amazons-hq2-could-be-silicon-valley-2-for-better-or-worse/#4b7c238417b3

 

 

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