Hanging up the flannel

Earlier today, Jeff Wilke announced his retirement from Amazon after over two decades with the company. Below are the messages Jeff Wilke and Jeff Bezos sent to Amazon teams around the world.

Black News Channel now streaming for free on Amazon's news app

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Amazon receives FCC approval for Project Kuiper satellite constellation

The authorization allows Project Kuiper to deliver satellite-based broadband services in the United States, helping expand internet access to households and communities across the country.

Amazon hires first 1,000 employees in Nashville

Amazon continues to deepen investments in the local community—announcing increased support for Metro Nashville Public Schools to offer computer science curriculum for more than 32,000 elementary school students.

Free, fun activities on-demand, for kids of all ages

In lieu of our annual Bring Your Kids to Work Day, we've worked with authors, illustrators, artists, chefs, and more to bring together dozens of engaging, fun—and even educational—videos and how-tos for kids.

How Amazon interns are building the future, from home

Halfway through our first entirely virtual summer internship, Amazon interns all across the globe share their experiences.

Announcing Amazon Accelerate, a new virtual conference for our small business partners

The free three-day event, taking place September 1-3, will feature Amazon executives, current sellers, and independent online selling experts who will share their insights and ideas for how small businesses can thrive on Amazon, including navigating a strong finish to 2020 and beyond.

A business built on a second chance

Staying "small, intimate, and local" while growing with Amazon.

Bringing communities closer as the COVID-19 crisis continues

Amazon Web Services customers are helping local businesses operate through the complexities of COVID-19 and empowering neighbors to stay connected and assist each other while remaining safe.

Amazon Scout heads south

We are continuing with our field tests in Washington and California and are now rolling into two new states.

It’s a wrap—Alexa Next Stage startups pitch their businesses

Amazon and Techstars created a virtual curriculum to help startup founders learn best practices, provided mentors, and access to collaboration, networking, and funding to fuel voice technology innovations.

Two years of empowering entrepreneurs, with more to come

A look inside Amazon's Delivery Service Partner program’s rapid growth, and a new $1 million diversity grant to support Black, Latinx, and Native American entrepreneurs.

Amazon fights hunger, delivering 1 million more meals this summer

With COVID-19 and unemployment spiking, we've already donated delivery services for 6 million meals, totaling 7.4 million pounds of food in more than 25 U.S. cities.

Amazon donates $10 million in critically-needed personal protective equipment

Donation includes 4.4 million masks, 273,000 gallons of hand sanitizer, thousands of contactless thermometers, and logistical support to Direct Relief and Feeding America.