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The super-efficient heat source hidden below Amazon's Seattle headquarters

Thanks to a collaboration across city agencies, engineers, a “carrier hotel” and others, Amazon’s newest building is heated by recycling excess energy from a neighboring data center.

Two years in, our parental leave policy is working for parents

Our employees, from hourly associates to senior executives, have access to parental leave benefits like Leave Share and Ramp Back.

2017 Letter to Shareholders

To our shareowners: The American Customer Satisfaction Index recently announced the results of its annual survey, and for the 8th year in a row customers ranked Amazon #1.

Signing in

Introducing Amazon’s American Sign Language logo.

Amazon's original 1997 letter to shareholders

Jeff Bezos' original letter to shareholders is reprinted from Amazon's 1997 Annual Report.
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Amazon's urban campus

Several years ago we outgrew our space in Seattle and we made a conscious choice to invest in downtown Seattle—even though it would have been cheaper to move to the suburbs. We now employ more than 40,000 people in Seattle who come from all around the world. Our employees tell us that they love being in the heart of the city. In fact, about 15% live in the same zip code as their office and about 20% walk to work. This is one of the many advantages of having an urban campus.

Behind the scenes at IMDb

How a film lover's passion project turned into the world's #1 movie website.

The Spheres blossom in Seattle

It’s official, the Spheres are open. See inside via 360 photo.
A remarkable little guy
Rufus' human parents remember life with Amazon's
first canine staffer.
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