USPS Assures Flood Of Amazon Prime Day Packages Won't Delay Mail-In BallotsWith Americans expected to cast a record number of votes by mail in this year's election, concerns are being raised about the ability of the US Postal Service to deliver all those ballots on time.
Amazon: Nearly 20,000 Employees Have Caught COVID-19Nearly 20,000 "frontline employees" at Amazon and sister company Whole Foods have tested positive or been presumed positive for the coronavirus, the company says. 
Amazon Distribution Center Opening In RosevilleAn Amazon distribution center is coming to Roseville. 
Reports: Amazon Business Practices Under Scrutiny By California, WashingtonState officials in California and Washington are reviewing Amazon's business practices to determine whether the company is violating any laws with respect to the independent merchants that sell goods on its site, according to published reports.
Amazon Donates $50K To Sacramento Food Bank & Family ServicesThe Sacramento Food Bank & Family Services has received a large donation from Amazon amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Amazon To Open Distribution Center In Elk GroveAmazon is opening a distribution center in Elk Grove, bringing hundreds of jobs to the area. 
What Companies Benefit From Coronavirus?Amazon and Netflix continue to do well as coronavirus isolates people in their homes, but many other companies have benefited or may soon.
Tracy Amazon Employee Dies Of Coronavirus-Related ComplicationsAn Amazon employee who, until recently, had worked at the company's Tracy distribution center has died of COVID-19.
Tracy Amazon Worker Tests Positive For CoronavirusAn Amazon worker in Tracy has tested positive for coronavirus, according to a company spokesperson.
Amazon Warns Of Package Delays Because Of CoronavirusAmazon says coronavirus is hampering its ability to meet some customers' needs.
Use Amazon, Uber Or You've Probably Signed Away Your Right To Sue ThemTucked into the sign-up process for many popular e-commerce sites and apps are dense terms-of-service agreements that legal experts say are changing the nature of consumer transactions.