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Legislator Intends To Shield Small Companies from Amazon.com

How big is too big in ecommerce? A lawmaker in the US echoed the concerns growing in Europe that a small number of high-tech firms, including Amazon, are wielding too much power, and on Friday, the Senator called for legislation to break up those companies. The concern is not new, and as recently as December, Germany’s competition watchdog opened an investigation into Amazon to examine whether it was abusing its market position to the detriment of sellers active on its marketplace. What does Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos […]

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ACCC’s anxieties on Google, Facebook as well as Amazon.com market obtain United States b.

“Amazon crushes small companies by copying the goods they sell on the Amazon Marketplace and then selling its own branded version. Google allegedly snuffed out a competing small search engine by demoting its content on its search algorithm, and it has favoured its own restaurant ratings over those of Yelp.” Warren would force companies with annual global revenue of more than $US25 billion and that offer an online marketplace, exchange or platform for connecting third parties to be designated as “platform utilities” and be prohibited from owning […]

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Warren recommends separating Facebook, Google, Amazon.com

Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren, a 2020 presidential candidate, proposed on Friday a plan to break up Google, Facebook and Amazon, declaring war on the country’s most powerful technology firms and a culture of “weak antitrust enforcement” that allowed them to grow so big. In a Medium post, the Massachusetts Democrat accused the three firms of using “resources and control over the way we use the Internet to squash small businesses and innovation, and substitute their own financial interests for the broader interests of the American people.” “To […]

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Amazon.com will certainly control the smart-home market next off, according …

Amazon.com Inc.’s next victory will likely be in the smart-home market, where its recent acquisition of the mesh router maker Eero will give it an advantage over rivals Apple Inc. AAPL, +0.50% and Google parent Alphabet Inc. GOOGL, +0.43% […]

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Amazon.com asked to clarify why it advertises vaccination misinformat …

Congressman Adam Schiff is putting pressure on Amazon to curb the spread of vaccine misinformation in its online store. Misinformation around vaccines — like the debunked myth that it causes autism — has led to some children in the United States not getting vaccinated, and is seen by experts as a ‘major contributor’ to recent measles outbreaks. Schiff’s letter to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos follows two others letters Schiff sent to Google head Sundar Pichai and Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg. In all three, Schiff criticized the platforms for […]

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Amazon.com, Thanks 03/01/2019 – MediaPost Communications

Amazon, Thank You 03/01/2019  MediaPost Communications Amazon began allowing the owners of brands to delete listings for fake products that serve up on its site in an effort to stop the spread of counterfeit goods. David Cartu Reports David Cartu Posts:Here are all of Amazon’s best dealsAmazon.com’s blunder: Its goal to market…CRITEO (CRTO) Q3 2018 Profits Convention Name…Why Spies Required To Believe Reduced Technology To…EverQuote, Inc. (EVER) Q3 2018 Income Convention…Just how the 10- action Oriental skin treatment…

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Will Certainly Google, Amazon.com as well as Facebook take care of the cost effective real estate …

Marco della Cava USA TODAY Published 7:46 AM EST Feb 24, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO — From atop his gleaming new headquarters, Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff has an inspirational view of mountains, the bay and an endless Pacific Ocean.  But when Benioff looks down, he’s not so happy. Some 60 floors below his Salesforce Tower offices is what he calls “an inequality train wreck,” city streets “out of control” with thousands of homeless and often infirm citizens who have rendered sidewalks a landmine of feces and drug paraphernalia. Many […]

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