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Since 2011, Amazon has invested over $160 billion in the US, including infrastructure and compensation to our employees – $53 billion in 2017 alone.
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How we're supporting our employees, customers, and communities
Today, Dave Clark, SVP WW Operations sent the note below to our front-line employees and partners who have been preparing orders in one of our fulfillment centers, delivering order to our customers' homes, helping customers in a store, or one of the many roles in between.
Amazon Air has secured up to six million gallons of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) supplied by Shell Aviation and produced by World Energy.
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Amazon teams up with Boys & Girls Clubs of America to bring summer fun to Clubs and families across the country.
Donations to the NAACP, National Urban League, and United Negro College Fund, among others, seek to support education and justice for Black communities across the U.S.
Amazon ramps hiring, opening 100,000 new roles to support people relying on Amazon’s service in this stressful time
Company will increase pay by $2/hour in the U.S., C$2 in Canada, £2/hr in the UK, and approximately €2/hr in many EU countries, through May, for employees and partners who are in fulfillment centers, transportation operations, stores or those making deliveries so that others can remain at home.
To our shareowners: One thing we’ve learned from the COVID-19 crisis is how important Amazon has become to our customers. We want you to know we take this responsibility seriously, and we’re proud of the work our teams are doing to help customers through this difficult time.
Amazon has signed an agreement to acquire Zoox, a California-based company working to design autonomous ride-hailing vehicles from the ground up. Aicha Evans, Zoox CEO, and Jesse Levinson, Zoox co-founder and CTO, will continue to lead the team as they innovate and drive towards their mission.
Amazon and Whole Foods Market continue prioritizing the health and safety of customers and employees, while also working to meet the unprecedented demand for grocery delivery.
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We’re implementing a one-year moratorium on police use of Amazon’s facial recognition technology. We will continue to allow organizations like Thorn, the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children, and Marinus Analytics to use Amazon Rekognition to help rescue human trafficking victims and reunite missing children with their families.