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Amazon's largest wind farm to date is adding more than 1 million megawatt hours of clean energy to the grid each year. Continue Reading
How a film lover's passion project turned into the world's #1 movie website. Continue Reading
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Powering a clean future

Amazon's largest wind farm to date is adding more than 1 million megawatt hours of clean energy to the grid each year.

5 things you don’t know about Amazon packaging

Learn how we invent and test new packaging to eliminate waste, ensure products arrive safely, and end “wrap rage” for our customers.
Amazon empowers small and medium-sized businesses to reach millions of customers.

The rise and shine of Bling Jewelry

How one woman's passion for affordable jewelry grew into a multi-million dollar business on Amazon
Over the last 5-years, Amazon has created more than 125 jobs in the US every day – from fulfillment centers to corporate offices, we’ve invested over $100 billion in the US alone.

Steel to silicon: Pittsburgh's technology renaissance continues

How Pittsburgh learned to speak another language, and provided Amazon a gateway to the world.

45,000 and counting

Amazon now has more than 45,000 employees in our hometown, Seattle. Discover why our employees joined, why they stay, and why their ID badges aren't all the same color.
If you're an inventor, you'll love being an Amazonian. From day one at Amazon, you'll take ownership of projects that have a direct impact on our customers.

How a door became a desk, and a symbol of Amazon

Today, Amazon offices around the world are filled with door desks, based on Bezos’ early design.

Coloring outside the lines

Meet the artist who transformed a fleet of Amazon trucks into delightful icons across the U.S. and U.K.
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We use our Leadership Principles, every day, whether discussing ideas for new projects, deciding on the best solution for a customer's problem, or interviewing candidates.
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We care deeply about the communities our employees call home.

We look for uniquely Amazonian and innovative ways to make positive, lasting impacts and encourage our employees to champion causes they care about.

A $2 million running start to stop homelessness

Thanks to generous donors and supporters, Washington, D.C.-based Friendship Place met their $1 million match offer from Amazon.

How a teen’s passion for science and technology is empowering kids to learn

Entrepreneur Niamani Knight is inspired by Code.org and fueled by Amazon
We're a company of builders. It's our job to make bold bets, and we get our energy from inventing on behalf of customers.

The inside story of how the Kindle was born

Early development team reveals untold details on Kindle e-reader’s 10-year anniversary

Obsessed with independence

Peter Korn and Amazon’s accessibility teams work to level the playing field, and make friction-free shopping available to everyone.
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The stories behind the peculiar building names at Amazon's headquarters

Bigfoot, Houdini, and Nessie have all taken up residence on Amazon’s Seattle urban campus, but how did they end up there?

The Spheres blossom in Seattle

It’s official. The Spheres are now open.