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Amazon.com is hiring more than 15,500 people to fill temporary holiday jobs at shipping centers around the country, more than last year.
Police are investigating whether the author of a guide for pedophiles did anything illegal even as they try to protect him from a threat posted on a local website.
Amazon is no longer selling a self-published guide for pedophiles.
Child-welfare advocates are still fuming over Amazon.com's online offering of a "guidebook" to being a pedophile by an author who says he wishes to give "that particular sexuality" a more benign face.
Amazon is selling a self-published book defending pedophiles, sparking discussions about the retailer's obligation to vet items before they are sold in its online stores.
It was all about journalistic ethics. Sure.
Barnes & Noble Inc. is introducing a new Nook e-reader with a color touch screen for $249 as competition in the fast-growing industry heats up ahead of the holidays.
Yes, why not put out a comic book about Bill O'Reilly? The Fox News host gets cartoon biography treatment from publisher Bluewater Productions in "Political Power: Bill O'Reilly."
"Miss me yet?" The glow of President George W. Bush on the public radar is intensifying, powered by revelations in recently leaked WikiLeaks documents that chemical weapons of mass destruction were found in Iraq, thus neutralizing "leftist folklore" about the war in Iraq, says Newsbusters.com analyst Tom Blumer.