Six people were carried to space above the Karman line -- an internationally recognised boundary of space that lies 62 miles (100 km) above the Earth's surface -- in a typical 11-minute flight.
Notably, Bezos bought the Washington Post in 2013 for USD 250 million. New York Post reported that Bezos is 'looking to clear the way' to get the Commanders from embattled owner Dan Snyder.
It will help ship consignments to Mumbai, Bengaluru and Delhi with relative ease
Have to find a new job within two months or leave the country; share plight on social media platforms; Spotify to cut its staff base by 6%
Amid fears of recession and stuttering growth, a slew of job cuts has engulfed the world's largest tech firms since 2022 and continues well into the new year.
The Washington state-based company, which industry trackers say has more than 220,000 workers, trimmed its ranks of employees twice last year.
CBFC had passed the film with more than 10 cuts and granted it a U/A certificate. Among the purported cuts, there were three changes made to the controversial song Besharam Rang.
Amazon has fired at least 1,500 employees, including those who opted for the voluntary separation programme
The actor added that even though he had learned Hindi while working as an accountant in Dubai he was a bit skeptical about acting in the language.
The company has announced the elimination of over 18,000 roles across the globe due to uncertain economic conditions.
Software maker Salesforce, meanwhile, is laying off about 8,000 employees, or 10% of its workforce.
Here are some things that stood out from the rest on OTT this year:
Amazon will make major changes to its business practices to end competition probes in Europe by giving customers more visible choices when buying products.
The third season of the hit series shows fictional spy Ryan go up against a rogue group of Russian activists planning to detonate a nuclear strike and bring about an unprecedented global conflict.
The DCW sought reasons for the availability of acid on the e-shopping platforms along with details of sellers who have placed acid as a product on their platforms.
Thousands of careers and livelihoods are being wiped out in the pink-slip wave sweeping the tech world. Has the tech bubble burst?
The predictability of the plot and, for that matter, the backstories of the characters is exhausting.
"When a company is caught stealing from its workers, it is not enough for the company to repay the amount stolen," Karl Racine, attorney general of the local Washington, DC government, argued in the s
The accused people, with the help of some website developers, had also created a fake website which had the same user interference as that of the genuine E-commerce Amazon website.
At The New York Times’ DealBook Summit in New York City, Jassy said it is difficult for the company to determine what content crosses the line to where Amazon doesn’t make it available to customers.