Daily Crunch: Amazon doubles down on its partner programMay 13, 2019
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Amazon’s partner program, first announced last year, includes access to the company’s delivery technology, hands-on training and a suite of other discounts for assets and services.
Now, the company says it also will fund former employees’ startup costs up to $10,000, as well as the equivalent of three months of their last gross salary.
Uber first developed the PIN feature — where it gives riders a one-time six-digit numeric code in an effort to speed up pickup times — to serve high-volume, high-density event venues.
Josh Constine argues that the FTC needs to create an escape route for users from Facebook, so that worthy alternatives become viable options.
Around 18.6 million users simultaneously tuned into Hotstar’s website and app to watch the deciding game of the 12th edition of the Indian Premier League cricket tournament.
Cloud infrastructure is a huge, growing market, and the companies behind Amazon are growing even faster. Yet it seems no matter how fast they grow, Amazon remains a dot on the horizon. (Extra Crunch membership required.)