You can almost purchase anything on Amazon. It is as simple as browsing through thousands of items, finding the right one and adding it to your cart. It will appear on your front doorstep in a matter of a few short days, or in some cases overnight. The catch? Those who package and ship your […]
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Last week, a United Kingdom article reported that an undercover reporter who worked at Amazon for less than a month encountered employees who were urinating in bottles because they could not get to bathrooms fast enough due to huge work facilities and extremely short breaks. Employees were also fearful of missing productivity targets, which could […]
Early next year, Amazon will unveil the location of its second headquarters in the U.S. Although a time has not been announced, Amazon has promised to invest $5 billion for the new location and employ 50,000 white-collar workers with an annual salary of $100,000.
People now have another way to buy groceries in the comfort of their own home in some parts of California, thanks to Amazon’s online grocery service AmazonFresh.
Up until last month, Californians were not charged state tax by such popular online stores as Amazon, but as of Sept. 15, that changed along with some people’s shopping habits.
In a 21st century age of tablets, smartphones, smart cars and digital readers, the world of higher education still insists on using 500-page, printed textbooks for every course, each usually costing a pretty penny. It is time for college textbooks to catch up with the rest of the technology world.
Fifteen out of 20 University of La Verne students surveyed informally said that they buy their textbooks from various online sources – instead of the University of La Verne Bookstore.
With all the technological advancements, it is not surprising that technology at last has come to the aid of students with less expensive textbook alternatives.
Lately I have been contemplating buying a Kindle, the e-reader created by Amazon. But it has its perks and its disadvantages.
It is coming. We are about halfway there. Yes, the time to buy textbooks for next semester is getting closer everyday.