You may have heard this week that Amazon.com will open a brick-and-mortar grocery store early in 2017 called Amazon Go. If successful, the  formerly online-only retailer would corner even more of our shopping dollars by siphoning business from traditional supermarkets and big-box stores. But why...
Amazon.com just announced that it will start hiring to fill 7,000 new jobs across 13 states, expanding its customer service staff and warehouse workers who fill orders. The company is looking to grow by 5,000 full-time jobs in its U.S. distribution centers, where nearly 20,000 workers now pack and ...