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Q&A: Brian Dumaine

A star engineer resigned over Amazon’s treatment of warehouse workers and the firing of whistleblowers during the pandemic. What kind of problems do you foresee for the company resulting from this chain of events?

Amazon made some mistakes handling safety issues during the pandemic, and the resignation of this engineer gives credence to those workers’ complaints. The company, which said it will spend $4 billion

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