1. When Amazon raises wages in the US, nearby firms follow suit  Stuff.co.nz
  2. Washington must confront the 'Amazon economy' | TheHill  The Hill
  3. Louis DeJoy strikes again: How our postal service helped Amazon win controversial Alabama union battle  Raw Story
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ANALYSIS: E-commerce company, now the world’s fifth-largest employer, wields huge power in the American labour market.ANALYSIS: E-commerce company, now the world’s fifth-largest employer, wields huge power in the American labour market.

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After the failed union vote at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama, the critical postmortems ignored a reality that may result in another election: Amazon cheated.And Louis DeJoy, the Trump-era holdover dismantling the U.S. Postal Service, helped.A May 7 labor board hearing will consider a request for a ...After the failed union vote at an Amazon warehouse in Alabama, the critical postmortems ignored a reality that may result in another election: Amazon cheated.And Louis DeJoy, the Trump-era holdover dismantling the U.S. Postal Service, helped.A May 7 labor board hearing will consider a request for a ...

Louis DeJoy strikes again: How our postal service helped Amazon win controversial Alabama union battle - Raw Story - Celebrating 17 Years of Independent Journalism

President Biden faces not only one of the largest wealth disparities in U.S. history but also the growing economic and political power of monopoly-like firms.President Biden faces not only one of the largest wealth disparities in U.S. history but also the growing economic and political power of monopoly-like firms.

Washington must confront the 'Amazon economy' | TheHill

President Biden faces not only one of the largest wealth disparities in U.S. history but also the growing economic and political power of monopoly-like firms.President Biden faces not only one of the largest wealth disparities in U.S. history but also the growing economic and political power of monopoly-like firms.

Washington must confront the 'Amazon economy' | TheHill

“Amazon said Wednesday that it plans to give more than 500,000 of its workers a raise as it seeks to attract new workers,” ABC News reports. Sorry Bernie Sanders, but Amazon just provided us with yet another glaring example that competition can lead to wage increases without government meddling.“Amazon said Wednesday that it plans to give more than 500,000 of its workers a raise as it seeks to attract new workers,” ABC News reports. Sorry Bernie Sanders, but Amazon just provided us with yet another glaring example that competition can lead to wage increases without government meddling.

Amazon Just Announced a (Voluntary) Pay Raise for 500,000 Employees. Here's Why - Foundation for Economic Education