Amazon ranks as top 10 most evil company

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The Amazon company is ranked as one of the Top 10 most evil companies in the world

Learn why and what you can do about it

What is the problem with Amazon exactly?

The Amazon company is responsible for

  1. anti-competitive behavior
  2. monopolistic behavior
  3. serious antitrust concerns
  4. tax evasion
  5. hybrid business acting as platform and selling own products leading to conflict of interest, COI
  6. company culture resembling a cult
  7. harrassment of Amazon workers trying to form unions

What can I do?

  • Tell others about the facts of the Amazon company
  • Help spread this information
  • Do not buy at Amazon or use their services

References with additional information

# Anti-competition, anti-trust, monopolistic behaviour (monopsony)

Report: Amazon’s Stranglehold: How the Company’s Tightening Grip on the Economy Is Stifling Competition, Eroding Jobs, and Threatening Communities
EU Starts Preliminary Probe into Amazon's Treatment of Merchants

The FTC is looking into the Amazon and Apple deal that crushed small resellers, serious antitrust concerns
Amazon to Face Antitrust Charges From EU Over Treatment of Third-Party Sellers
Antitrust: Commission opens investigation into possible anti-competitive conduct of Amazon
Amazon slashes commission rates for program that gives publishers a cut of sales. : news
Amazon Is Quietly Building Its Own Private Label Empire The silent explosion of AmazonBasics illustrates the hazards of doing business with the world's largest e-commerce giant.
Monopsony gives tech giants enormous power—but could be their undoing

# Tax evasion, tax avoidance and other unethical competition practices

Less tax paid by Amazon = more tax paid by you, me and good companies that do right!

How Amazon avoids paying taxes - Business Insider
How to pay $20 million tax on more than $1 billion in revenue — ask Amazon Australia
Amazon May Pay No Federal Income Taxes. Here's Why
Starbucks, Google and Amazon grilled over tax avoidance
Silicon Valley giants accused of avoiding 100 billion USD in taxes

# Horrific working conditions and anti-union rights

Would you like to work under these conditions? Let us give them a helping hand.

Amazon fires two tech workers who criticized the company's warehouse workplace conditions
Longtime Amazon VP Tim Bray just quit in dismay, calling the company 'chickens---' for firing workers who criticized it
UK workforce attacks Amazon, accused over wages and conditions
Amazon drivers ‘forced to urinate in bottles to keep on top of deliveries’
Amazon Warehouse Staff In 'Slave Camp' Conditions, Workers Say
The Pandemic Has Ended the Amazon Debate It’s clearer than ever that supporting Amazon is a tacit endorsement of abusive work policies and more
U.S. Supreme Court Decision in Amazon Worker Security Screening Case is Clear Victory for Employers
Amazon-owned Whole Foods is quietly tracking its employees with a heat map tool that ranks which stores are most at risk of unionizing
Amazon drivers 'work illegal hours'
A day in the life of an Amazon delivery driver
Amazon Staff Lose Hazard Pay—and Lives—as Bezos Cashes In