Lord of the Rings Franchise Gets TV SpinoffAmazon says it will bring "The Lord of the Rings" to the small screen.
Amazon Makes Surprise Donation Visit to EdwardsvilleAmazon set to make a surprise visit to Illinois this morning.
Not At Home? Amazon Wants To Come In And Drop Off PackagesAmazon said Wednesday it'll launch a service called Amazon Key next month that will let people allow the door to be unlocked when they're not there so packages can be left inside.
Amazon Says It Received 238 Proposals for 2nd HeadquartersThe proposals came from 43 U.S. states, as well as Washington, D.C. and Puerto Rico, three Mexican states and six Canadian provinces.
65 Pounds Of Marijuana Hidden Inside Couple's Amazon OrderThe shipment of drugs was reportedly delivered to the couple's Orlando home this summer after they had ordered four large storage bins through the online shopping giant.
Alderman President Optimistic for Amazon ProposalSt. Louis Board of Aldermen President Lewis Reed likes the region's chances of landing Amazon's second headquarters.
Hyperloop CEO: 'We Are Definitely Big Fans' of MissouriHyperloop announced Thursday afternoon that the proposed St. Louis to Kansas City route is in the company's top five contenders -- if not among the top three.
It's In -- St. Louis Region Submits Bid for Amazon HeadquartersOn its first pages are a pair of cover letters from Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens and Illinois Gov. Bruce Rauner.
Missouri Proposes Hyperloop-Linked Amazon HQ2 in Both St. Louis and Kansas CitySelf-driving cars and rapid mass transit mean the Missouri landscape could be drastically different in two decades.
Amazon Or Not, St. Louis Has Big Plans For Its Mississippi Riverfront"I would say to anyone who wanted to make the north riverfront their home that this is the beginning of industry in the west and St. Louis has very much been the frontier."
Business Consultant Warns St. Louis Not to Forget Existing BusinessesIf St. Louis doesn't get Amazon, regional officials should turn their attention to the companies that are already here.
Get Lost Mom And Dad! Amazon Lets Teens Shop On Their OwnAdults can add up to four teenagers to their Amazon account, giving youngsters between ages 13 and 17 their own login information to buy stuff from the Amazon app.

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