• Elizabeth Warren accuses Amazon of using a 'special information advantage' for 'anti-competitive' practices

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

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    Sen. Elizabeth Warren, in conversation with The New York Times' Andrew Ross Sorkin, explained why she thinks big tech companies like Amazon should undergo more scrutiny.
    For Warren, the issue lies with Amazon acting both as a platform for sellers and as a direct seller itself, all while collecting data from those transactions.
    "Amazon gets this special information advantage that it then exploit to wipe out ," Warren told Sorkin. "That is a serious problem."
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren laid out her criticisms of Amazon - and why she thinks it should be scrutinized more closely.
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  • Elizabeth Warren calls out Amazon for using a 'special information advantage' for 'anti-competitive' practices

    Elizabeth Warren calls out Amazon for using a 'special information advantage' for 'anti-competitive' practices

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren , in conversation with The New York Times' Andrew Ross Sorkin, explained why she thinks big tech companies like Amazon should undergo more scrutiny.
    For Warren, the issue lies with Amazon acting both as a platform for sellers and as a direct seller itself, all while collecting data from those transactions.
    "Amazon gets this special information advantage that it then exploit to wipe out ," Warren told Sorkin. "That is a serious problem."
    Sen. Elizabeth Warren laid out her criticisms of Amazon - and why she thinks it should be scrutinized more closely.
    Speaking with The...
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  • New York Times makes significant changes to controversial story on Nikki Haley

    New York Times makes significant changes to controversial story on Nikki Haley

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    The New York Times on Friday said it was "unfair" to US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley in a recent story and made significant changes to the story.
    The article's original headline suggested she purchased expensive curtains for her office, but that was incorrect.
    The curtains were purchased by the State Department under the Obama administration.
    The changes to the story came after a significant amount of criticism leveled against the publication on social media.
    The New York Times on Friday said it was "unfair" to US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley in an article and made significant...
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