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Amazon just made its first official challenge to Microsoft’s $10 billion JEDI cloud-contract win over claims of ‘unmistakable bias’
Amazon made its first formal action against Microsoft's victory in the battle for a controversial $10 billion Pentagon cloud contract.
Salesforce has picked Microsoft Azure as the public cloud provider for Marketing Cloud, and is doubling down its partnership with Microsoft.
Microsoft’s $10 billion Pentagon contract win changes everything in the cloud wars with Amazon. Here’s what you need to know.
Microsoft's win over Amazon Web Services is like if the Washington Nationals won the World Series. Hey, wait.
Microsoft shares hit record high after beating Amazon to a controversial contract with the Pentagon worth $10 billion
The contract is for Microsoft's cloud computing services but could face further competition from Amazon according to Bloomberg.
Trump allegedly ordered former Defense Secretary James Mattis to ‘screw Amazon’ one year before awarding a hotly contested $10 billion def...
According to a book by former Defense staffer Guy Snodgrass, Mattis rejected the request in favor of awarding JEDI "legally and ethically."
Amazon Web Services is ‘evaluating options’ after Microsoft wins $10 billion JEDI contract out from under its nose
It's a surprise defeat to Amazon, and it's not clear what its options might be.
Analysts will be watching to see how much Amazon is spending on the move to one-day shipping after the company said it was pricier than expected.
Over 200 musicians have pledged to boycott Amazon’s music festival unless the company severs all ties with ICE
Musicians join Amazon and Whole Foods employees in protesting Amazon's work with ICE through its contracts with big data firm Palantir.
Amazon’s consumer business just shut down its last Oracle database, and says that it reduced its costs by 60% doing it
Amazon's consumer business, which includes Amazon Prime, Kindle, and Alexa, has moved off Oracle databases to Amazon Web Services' own.
Two former employees in India stole the data., it said.