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The e-commerce giants choice of Andy Jassy for its next chief executive shows that fortunes in the tech industry are increasingly made in the cloud. Amazons cloud-computing unit, led by Jassy, yielded more than half of the companys operating profit in the latest quarter.
The e-commerce giant scaled up massive to handle surging demand for goods with people stuck at home.
Amazon.com is planning to add 3,000 employees in its corporate ranks in the Boston area, one of a number of expansions of technology jobs in major American cities for the company.
Smartphone giant Xiaomi became the latest Chinese technology group to be targeted by the Trump administration, with its surprise addition to an investment blacklist sending its shares sharply lower.
Apple removed social-media platform Wimkin from its App Store, part of a crackdown by tech companies on potentially dangerous content during the presidential transition. The small site, which markets itself as a free-speech haven, had hosted posts that included a call for civil war.
New approach to semiconductors, developed partly with the Pentagons backing, could threaten Intel and Arms dominance.
Amazon said it would stop providing cloud services to the platform and Apple suspended Parler from its App Store, sharply escalating a campaign by tech giants to regulate content they see as dangerous in the wake of the Capitol riot.
In the wake of the riot at the Capitol, companies moved to cut ties with President Trump and his supporters and fired workers who participated.
Online stores run by the Trump Organization and Trump campaign were taken offline on Thursday by the e-commerce software provider, which said President Trump violated company policy against promoting violence.
Amazon cant use its cloud-computing businesss AWS logo in China, a Beijing court ruled, the latest headache for a company that has already been hampered by Chinese regulations and rivals.