Citing 'uncertainty,' Amazon cuts another 9K jobs

The latest layoffs follow an announcement at the beginning of the year that the retail giant would eliminate 18,000 positions.


Rite Aid joins Amazon's growing list of retail delivery partners

Amazon Prime members can now shop at select Rite Aid locations using the e-commerce giant's app and web portal.

CEO Andy Jassy: “If you want to have a mass physical-store offering, you need a different offering. And that’s what we’ve been working on with Amazon Fresh.”

CEO Andy Jassy says company making progress “in reducing our cost to serve in the operations part of our Stores business.”

Starting late next month, Prime members must spend over $150—up from $35—to avoid paying an online grocery delivery fee.

New Prime benefit offers generic prescriptions for $5 monthly subscription plus free delivery.

CEO Andy Jassy points to "uncertain economy" as the retail giant plans more "role reductions" in 2023.

The cuts, which could start as soon as this week, will focus on corporate and tech jobs, as well as in the company’s retail division, The New York Times reported Monday.

Even as other grocers announce plans to shutter on the holiday, the high-tech grocer from the retail giant said it would keep its doors open for last-minute Thanksgiving purchases.

The new Aplenty products are largely seasonal additions to the Amazon store brand that launched last year.

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