Amazon Plans To Hire 100,000 In Next 18 MonthsAmazon plans to hire 100,000 full time workers over the next 18 months, highlighting its ambitious expansion plans — and the sharp contrast the e-commerce powerhouse strikes against traditional brick-and-mortar retailers, many of which are cutting jobs and closing stores.
Body Found In Hot Tub, Prosecutors Seek Amazon Echo DataAuthorities investigating the death of an Arkansas man whose body was found in a hot tub want to expand the probe to include a new kind of evidence: any comments overheard by the suspect's Amazon Echo smart speaker.
Many Stores Have Tightened Gift Return RulesLong lines were the norm as people tried to return holiday gifts.
Amazon 'Missed Delivery' Email Is A ScamWith all the packages delivered between Thanksgiving and Christmas, the holiday season is a prime time for scammers.
High Court Won't Hear Challenge To Colorado Internet Sales Tax LawThe Supreme Court won't hear a challenge to a Colorado law that requires out-of-state internet retailers to tell customers how much they owe in state sales taxes.
'Porch Pirates' Beware: Neighbors Are Banding TogetherNeighbors are using the website Nextdoor.com to warn each other about "porch pirates."
CBS4 Launches News Briefs For Amazon Alexa Ahead Of New Echo, Fire DevicesStarting this week, the latest news from CBS4 is just an ask away through Amazon’s Flash Briefings, making local headlines and developing stories easier than ever before to hear from your Alexa-enabled devices.
Carpool, Get An Amazon Gift CardThose who travel between Longmont and Denver have a new incentive to carpool: Amazon gift cards.
Amazon Opening 1st Colorado Facility In AuroraAmazon's first facility in Colorado will bring hundreds of jobs to the Denver suburb of Aurora.
Secrets To Saving Money On AmazonAmazon raised the minimum purchase for free shipping. Now a shopping blogger shares his savings secrets for the online retailer.
Walmart Opens Counter Offensive Against Amazon This WeekThe online price fight as well as the bickering is heating up between Wal-Mart and Amazon.com, and it's not even the holiday shopping season.
Pioneering Denver Social Enterprise Tackles Women's PovertyThe workers measuring out dry beans and fragrant spices at a Denver manufacturing plant aren't just assembling soup mixes sold in 500 stores in 40 states. They're trying to put back together lives shattered by homelessness, abuse, addiction, mental illness or crime.

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