Amazon’s PR offensive: Taking on critics, unions and lawmakers | The Listening Post

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Facing scrutiny over working conditions and a union’s drive to get employees organised, Amazon’s PR pushback seems to be doing more harm than good.

Contributors:

Ken Klippenstein – Reporter, The Intercept

Jonathan Capriel – Writer, Washington Business Journal

Alex Press – Writer, Jacobin Magazine

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Contributors:

Tamar Garb – Professor of art history, UCL

Bernie Hogan – Senior research fellow, Oxford Internet Institute

Hussein Kesvani – Culture and technology journalist

Alex Christofi – Editorial director, Transworld Books

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