Amazon Goes On Hiring Spree As Labor Market TightensThe company on Wednesday said that it's looking to fill more than 50,000 positions across the U.S.
Amazon Hiring Aurora Fulfillment Center JobsAmazon has already started hiring for its new facility in Aurora.
Homeowner To Porch Pirates: 'I'll Pour You A Cup Of Coffee'A home security camera captured a thief in the act and the homeowner believes the porch pirate is hitting several homes in the metro area.
Amazon Strikes Again; The Dressing Room In Your HouseAmazon is increasingly claiming territory once held exclusively by department stores and it's doing so again, essentially placing a dressing room in your house.
Amazon Buying Whole Foods In Bold Move Into Brick And MortarAmazon is buying Whole Foods in a stunning move that gives it hundreds of stores across the U.S. — a brand-new laboratory for radical retail experiments that could revolutionize the way people buy groceries.
Amazon To Build New Facility In Colorado, Hire 1,500 WorkersAmazon says they will begin construction on a facility in Thornton, near Interstate 25 and 144th Avenue.
Amazon Building Largest Industrial Building In ColoradoThe City of Thornton will be the latest location for another Amazon fulfillment center.
Amazon To Open Another Distribution Center In ColoradoAmazon is planning to open a small distribution center and office in Boulder.
Amazon Distribution Center Brings 1,000 Jobs To Metro AreaBy late summer, when customers in the Denver metro area order items from online retailer Amazon, those products may be delivered quickly thanks to a massive fulfillment center under construction in Aurora.
Aurora Approves Huge Tax Break To Amazon For New FacilityThe city of Aurora is offering more than $1 million in tax breaks to Amazon.
Amazon Delivery Drivers Say Their Checks Are BouncingSome drivers around the country who deliver Amazon.com packages say their checks are bouncing. They come from a subcontractor for the internet giant.
Amazon Cloud Storage Failure Causes Widespread DisruptionAmazon's cloud-computing service, Amazon Web Services, is experiencing an outage in its eastern U.S. region, causing unprecedented and widespread problems for thousands of websites and apps.