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Paris Martineau


Paris Martineau covers Amazon for The Information. Previously, she was a reporter at Wired, where she broke stories on Airbnb, the homesharing industry, and tech companies big and small. Paris began her career writing about internet culture for New York Magazine’s (now-defunct) tech blog, Select All, and later covered social media manipulation as a staff writer at The Outline. She lives in Brooklyn with her cat, Gizmo. Follow her on Twitter @parismartineau. She can be reached at [email protected] or securely via Signal at +1 (267) 797-8655.

Amazon Names New Worldwide Retail Chief

June 21, 2022 · 10:45 AM PDT
Doug Herrington will replace Amazon’s outgoing logistics czar Dave Clark as head of the e-commerce giant’s sprawling retail business.

Amazon’s Dave Clark to Lead Flexport as CEO

June 8, 2022 · 9:06 AM PDT
Less than a week after announcing his departure from Amazon’s number two job, logistics czar Dave Clark has a new gig.
Amazon's Dave Clark. Photo by AP

Amazon Global Consumer CEO Dave Clark Resigns

June 3, 2022 · 10:24 AM PDT
Amazon’s CEO of worldwide consumer Dave Clark announced his resignation Friday.

Amazon Shareholders Reject 15 Proposals, Approve Stock Split

May 25, 2022 · 3:02 PM PDT
Faced with a whopping 15 investor-led proposals challenging Amazon’s business practices, a majority of Amazon shareholders voted not to rock the boat.
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Amazon Tests Program to Deliver Goods From Shopping Malls

May 20, 2022 · 2:17 PM PDT
Amazon is piloting a program to deliver products from shopping malls to nearby customers using its army of gig-work delivery drivers.
Graphic by Mike Sullivan

Thrasio to Cut Employees, Replace CEO

May 2, 2022 · 2:07 PM PDT
Thrasio, the Amazon rollup firm, is replacing its CEO and laying off employees

Amazon Has ‘Too Much Space’ After Costly Logistics Expansion As Sales Slow: CFO

April 28, 2022 · 3:24 PM PDT
Amazon may have gotten too big too fast, CFO Brian Olsavsky said on a call with reporters Thursday.
Photo of Amazon's Brian Huseman by Bloomberg. Art by Mike Sullivan
Tesla CEO Elon Musk in 2021. Photo by Bloomberg

Amazon Will Start Charging Merchants a 5% Fuel and Inflation Fee

April 13, 2022 · 4:50 PM PDT
Amazon announced Wednesday that it will levy a new fee on sellers who use its fulfillment services in order to offset rising fuel and other costs.

In Historic Vote, Amazon Workers in New York Join Union

April 1, 2022 · 9:28 AM PDT
The decision marks the first successful U.S. organizing effort in the internet retailer’s 27 year history. 
Amazon CEO Andy Jassy. Photos by Bloomberg; Amazon. Art by Mike Sullivan
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Rivian Warns Supply Chain Woes Will Hit Production

March 10, 2022 · 4:27 PM PST
Rivian CEO RJ Scaringe declined to state the number of electric delivery vans that the company has delivered to Amazon thus far.

Amazon Shutters Bookstores to Double Down on Grocery

March 2, 2022 · 2:15 PM PST
Amazon plans to close nearly 70 physical retail locations in the U.S. and United Kingdom
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