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We’re acquiring Zoox to help bring their vision of autonomous ride-hailing to reality

Amazon has signed an agreement to acquire Zoox, a California-based company working to design autonomous ride-hailing vehicles from the ground up. Aicha Evans, Zoox CEO, and Jesse Levinson, Zoox co-founder and CTO, will continue to lead the team as they innovate and drive towards their mission.

Amazon establishes new Counterfeit Crimes Unit

The global team will investigate crimes and bring legal action against counterfeiters to protect our customers and brands.

More than 100 million items delivered to healthcare and government organizations

Over 20,000 healthcare and government organizations have purchased PPE and other critical supplies through COVID-19 Supplies. Amazon does not make a profit from these sales, intended for those working on the front lines.

“Regular Heroes” highlights stories of courage

The eight-episode Amazon Original docuseries on Prime Video features stories from the front lines of COVID-19, across America.

Remote robotics courses foster closer connections

Students are coding their way forward during COVID‑19 with free coursework from Amazon Future Engineer.

2019 Letter to Shareholders

To our shareowners: One thing we’ve learned from the COVID-19 crisis is how important Amazon has become to our customers. We want you to know we take this responsibility seriously, and we’re proud of the work our teams are doing to help customers through this difficult time.

Seeking solutions during the COVID‑19 crisis

From scaling telehealth solutions to expanding online education offerings, Amazon Web Services is powering global efforts to address the COVID‑19 crisis and related challenges.

Amazon has hired 175,000 additional people

The company has brought on 175,000+ new associates during the COVID-19 pandemic.

New ways we’re getting groceries to people during the COVID‑19 crisis

Amazon and Whole Foods Market continue prioritizing the health and safety of customers and employees, while also working to meet the unprecedented demand for grocery delivery.
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