Amazon Down? Shoppers And Sellers Experience Issues With Certain Listings

On Saturday, Amazon sellers and buyers took to message boards, forums, and social media to complain about problems plaguing many listings on the website. The first complaint appeared on Amazon’s Seller Central... Read more »

Price Gougers Shameless As Coronavirus Panic Grips The United States

The coronavirus panic has gripped the United States, making it impossible to turn on the television, flip through the newspaper, or browse the Internet without finding scores of stories regarding the lurking... Read more »
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Amazon Set To Take Over Pinnacle Logistics Operations In Baltimore, Maryland

Amazon is in the process of building its own domestic airfreight shipping network. To achieve that goal, Amazon has begun taking over the operations of its contractor Pinnacle Logistics. The company will... Read more »

A Continuum – Visiting Inmates In Maryland’s Correctional Facilities

A report released by the Division of Correction revealed in 2017, the average daily population of inmates in Maryland was 19,883. The report also revealed the average length of stay for Maryland... Read more »

Former Amazon Financial Analyst Gets 6 Months In Prison For Insider Trading

Seattle, Washington – A former financial analyst at Amazon.com, Inc., was sentenced today in U.S. District Court in Seattle to 6 months in prison, a $2500 fine and two years of supervised... Read more »

Lord & Taylor To Close Annapolis Mall Location, Laying Off 141 Employees

Hudson’s Bay, parent company of Lord & Taylor and Saks Fifth Avenue announced in June that it would lay off about 2,000 employees across its North American operations. In a press release,... Read more »

Former Associated Press Reporter Stabbed In Fells Point

Fifty-six-year-old Alex Dominguez, former Associated Press reporter and owner of Jabali, was stabbed around 8:30 p.m. Sunday. The Baltimore Sun reports Dominguez was attacked near the intersection of South Bond and Shakespeare... Read more »

Fewer Consumers Are Buying Under Armour, Nike’s Expensive Footwear

Some consumers are leaving Michael Jordan, LeBron James, Stephen Curry and Cam Newton footwear sitting on the shelves and turning toward cheaper alternatives. Companies like Nike and Under Armour have relied on... Read more »

Amazon Announces It Will Hire 50,000 Across The U.S., 1,200 In Maryland

On Wednesday, Amazon announced it would make 50,000 job offers in a single day. The retail giant will hold a job fair on August 2, in an effort to fulfill the needed... Read more »