Regulators and lawmakers are changing the way they operate so they confront the injury crisis brought about by Amazon’s relentless pace.
Workers at Amazon were getting hurt on the job more than at other companies. Those records were under wraps – until our reporting uncovered them.
The company has marketed itself as a climate change leader, but a report obtained by Reveal highlights the pitfalls of relying on voluntary commitments.
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In response to a Reveal/WIRED investigation, members of Congress are calling for a Federal Trade Commission investigation and privacy legislation.
Amazon knows a lot about you. Customers trust that their data and purchases are kept secret and secure, but internal documents show the tech giant’s inability to safeguard its own data.
For years, the retail giant has been keeping something from you: It’s handled your information much less carefully than it handles your packages.
A series of Reveal investigations has shown that Amazon’s injury rates have been far worse than the national average for the warehousing industry.
The groundbreaking citation came after Reveal’s investigation into a serious injury crisis in Amazon’s warehouses.
As a result of Reveal reporter Will Evans’ investigation into injuries at Amazon warehouses across the country last year, sources shared a trove of internal records, giving an unprecedented view into the company’s safety record.
Robots. Prime Day. Holiday peak. Internal records show Amazon has deceived the public on rising injury rates among its warehouse workers.