Jeff Bezos

A historic coalition of workers demanded that major corporations consider their health and safety during the coronavirus pandemic.
Exclusive footage shows Amazon workers tightly packed in a facility cafeteria on Staten Island, New York. The videos were taken even as the rest of New York has adopted social distancing measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus.
The Amazon chief executive and richest man in the world announced that he would be launching the Bezos Earth Fund on Instagram.
A group of 15 lawmakers called on Jeff Bezos to make changes so workers aren't required to "risk their own health and safety in the course of doing their jobs."
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The U.N. is calling for an “immediate investigation” by the United States into the incident.
The embassy demanded a probe into stories that Saudi Arabia hacked Jeff Bezos' cellphone and the CNN host wasn't having it.
Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman allegedly personally hacked into the phone of the Washington Post owner in 2018, according to media reports.
Critics felt that the Amazon CEO, whose personal net worth is estimated to be more than $110 billion, could have contributed more.
Workers were told they violated company policy when they criticized the retail giant in The Washington Post.