Amazon Shares Warehouse Space with Proctor & Gamble

| Daniela Forte

Since 2010 Amazon has shared warehouse space with Proctor & Gamble, the parent company of such products like Pampers diapers, Bounty paper towels, Tide laundry detergent among others, according to the Wall Street Journal, a move many are saying is a beneficial arrangement for both companies.

The Amazon Warehouse Boom

| Erin Lynch

Amazon has been making major investments domestically and internationally to its fulfillment operations. In fact, since 2010 alone, Amazon has invested $14 billion in building new warehouses and hiring additional back-end staff all in an effort to bring more products, to more people, the fastest way possible.

Amazon Opens First Contact Center in Kentucky

| Erin Lynch

Amazon has opened an 80,000 square-foot contact center in Kentucky this month and while the customer service center is the first of its kind there, it joins four other fulfillment centers across the Bluegrass State.

Reinvention

| Ellen Shannon

Wouldn’t it have been a master stroke if Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post on Amazon’s “Daily Deal” Web site?

Amazon Creates 5,000 New Fulfillment Jobs

| MCM Staff

Amazon announced on July 29 that it is creating more than 5,000 new full-time jobs in its U.S. fulfillment network to meet growing customer demand. Fulfillment associates and lead fulfillment associates are being hired at 17 fulfillment centers across 10 states.