When PCC announced plans for a flagship grocery store in Seattle’s urban core, it was based on a dream of downtown that never came true.
Amazon is moving into a space that many brick-and-mortar pharmacies are vacating. The Seattle-based company unveiled its pharmacy and health care ambitions Thursday at an event in Sumner, Wash.
The federal government has sued Amazon for allegedly using its monopoly power to stamp out rivals. Now, some small businesses that sell on the marketplace reveal what it's like to depend on Amazon.
Amazon is facing a historic antitrust lawsuit from the FTC, but it’s not the first local tech giant to find itself in that situation.
Microsoft fought its own antitrust battle in the 90s. UW historian Margaret O’Mara says that history might show us what’s in store for Amazon.
This week, Amazon escalated its battle with employees over returning to the office.
The FTC's Lina Khan speaks to NPR about the goals of the agency's monopoly lawsuit against Amazon and why she thinks the company unfairly treats sellers on its marketplace.
The Federal Trade Commission accused Amazon of operating a monopoly in a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Seattle. Seventeen states joined the complaint, but the one Amazon calls home was conspicuously absent.