On Point's series on how Amazon shapes the global economy and the way we live and work today.
On Point host Meghna Chakrabarti and senior editor Dorey Scheimer hot a live behind-the-scenes look at the series "The Prime Effect."
Our series "The Prime Effect" considers how Amazon shapes the way we shop, work and live. In the last episode, we ask, What industries will the company transform next?
Surveillance and the world's largest retailer. We talk about what Amazon knows about your digital and physical life.
Ardine Williams is Amazon’s vice president of workforce development. In this web exclusive, she speaks with Meghna Chakrabarti about the company's labor force and culture.
Maren Costa worked at Amazon for 15 years. That ended last spring when she spoke out about the company's climate impact. We look at how Amazon treats its workforce.
For a long time, Amazon would not release its carbon footprint data. But, in 2019, Amazon pivoted. Our series 'The Prime Effect' looks inside Amazon's impact on the environment.
In this web exclusive, Rep. Cicilline speaks with us about how he views big tech companies like Amazon, and whether or not he thinks Amazon is a monopoly.
If you use Slack at work, Zoom for school, or binge watch Netflix at home, guess what? You’re also using Amazon.
Dharmesh Mehta is Amazon’s vice president of worldwide customer trust and partner support. We speak with him about the Amazon marketplace, third-party sellers and how customer data is used.
In the third episode of "Amazon: The Prime Effect," a look at the peaks and pits of Amazon's marketplace for retail.
Small business owners, we want to hear from you. How has Amazon affected how you work?
Who is Jeff Bezos? In the second part of our series 'Amazon: The Prime Effect,' we hear what the creation of Alexa tells us about the man who built Amazon.
We speak with the litigator the government brought in back in the 1990s for the U.S. v. Microsoft.
It’s not just a retailer. The first installment in our series on Amazon, what it is and what power it has.