A Harry Potter book signed by JK Rowling and bought for a penny has been sold at auction for £2,300.
The Government has been accused of breaching state aid rules by allowing Amazon to have access to public NHS data for free.
Attempts by Amazon to buy a minority stake in online food delivery business Deliveroo were in doubt on Wednesday as the competition watchdog warned it could launch full-scale investigation into the deal.
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro has called young Swedish environmental activist Greta Thunberg a “brat” after she expressed concern about the killings of indigenous Brazilians in the Amazon.
Manchester City’s preparations for the Premier League game at Burnley were disrupted when the lights in the away dressing room at Turf Moor went out.
Jeremy Clarkson has said he denied the existence of climate change for so long because it sounded like “a fabrication” and he was “earning a living in the car industry”.
Amazon is gearing up for what is expected to be its “biggest ever Black Friday” with an extra 1,500 seasonal workers hired at one of its Scottish sites in the run-up to Christmas.
Amazon UK has pulled two skin lightening creams from sale after they were found to illegally contain mercury.
Further concerns have been raised about Amazon and eBay’s failure to stop the sale of unsafe products after a charity found them listing “potentially deadly” electrical items.
Andy Murray has revealed he contemplated retirement a matter of weeks before winning the European Open in Antwerp last month.
Jeremy Corbyn is vowing to tackle the “tax and wage cheat culture” of multinational companies who “rip off” workers and the public purse with measures to force them to pay their fair share.
The chief executive of ITV has said it will be “impossible” for BritBox to rival Netflix.
Amazon and eBay are failing to take “basic steps” to stop the listing of toys that appear to have been declared unsafe by the EU safety alert system, according to watchdog Which?
Woody Allen and Amazon have ended their legal battle.
Disney will roll out its online streaming service in the UK and Ireland next year.
The Government should make coverage of The Ashes free-to-air in order to dampen division and boost competition against the likes of Netflix, peers have recommended.
Felicity Jones feared she had broken her back in a hot air balloon crash while filming her latest movie.
Alan Shearer and Thierry Henry lead the star-studded list of pundits signed up by Prime Video for their coverage of the Premier League next month.
An Amazon ad for its Prime membership programme has been banned for misleading consumers with options encouraging them to opt into the scheme.
Amazon has been accused of “wasting millions” on a major advertising campaign calling for customers to visit its warehouses.
Media watchdog Ofcom operates as a regulator for the BBC and has made its voice heard on a number of issues.
Amazon is failing to stem a “flood” of suspicious and fake reviews on its marketplace that risk misleading millions of customers, according to consumer group Which?
Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino says he is on board with the decision to allow documentary cameras to film inside the club this season.
Tottenham’s stuttering start to the season will be laid bare for all to see as the club becomes the latest focus of an Amazon documentary series set to air next year.
Amazon has been asked explain why an attempt to buy a stake in Deliveroo will not reduce competition in the UK.
Pregnant Anne Hathaway joined stars including Fleabag’s Andrew Scott on the red carpet to promote her latest series.
BBC bosses have promised a total transformation of the iPlayer to compete with streaming giants.
Former Today host John Humphrys has called for the next director-general of the BBC to be a woman.
Jeremy Clarkson is fronting a new show about farming despite being an “inept townie”.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge is perhaps the most in-demand star in television after a stunning night of success at the Emmy Awards.
Hollywood actress Jennifer Lawrence has shared her wedding registry online.
Officers in a US police department briefly turned into Amazon drivers after a stash of undelivered packages was found in a cemetery.