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Coming into her own

How an Amazon software engineer made the decision to come out to her team and transition at work.

In photos: Amazon marks LGBTQ Pride month

The raising of the LGBTQ Pride flag and the lighting of the Seattle Spheres kicks off a month of events at Amazon facilities around the world.
How we pack a Prime plane
Each Amazon Prime Air plane can hold over one million
Echo Dots, 10,000 Instant Pots, or 5,000 teddy bears.
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Rock out with the official soundtrack of Pride in London

Take a musical trip across the pond to celebrate Pride in London. We've got your back with 12 Amazon Music playlists curated by our music experts.

This year's top summer reads

Whether you're hitting the road or the beach, Amazon's editors want to make sure you have the perfect book.

Ride with AWS to visit startups reinventing how we hit the road

This Amazonian travels the world to meet innovators in unexpected places.

A writer's writer

The director of the Amazon Literary Partnership never stops walking in the shoes of the community he supports.

In pursuit of a better planet, and better skin

This small business owner hitched his future to two soil-strengthening plants from Costa Rica.

Why we choose to include

Helping people with disabilities find employment is part of Amazon's commitment to increase diversity and inclusion in the workplace.

How a door became a desk, and a symbol of Amazon

Today, Amazon offices around the world are filled with door desks, based on Bezos’ early design.

A non-profit's "easiest money"

AmazonSmile helps a dance group for physically challenged children raise funds for students' dance shoes.

Hot, Hot Heat

Thanks to a collaboration across city agencies, engineers, a “carrier hotel” and others, Amazon’s newest building is heated by recycling excess energy from a neighboring data center.

The Spheres' plants, up close and personal

With more than 40,000 plants from around the world, The Spheres showcase biodiversity in the heart of Seattle.

The stories behind the peculiar building names at Amazon's headquarters

Bigfoot, Houdini, and Nessie have all taken up residence on Amazon’s Seattle urban campus, but how did they end up there?
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