Amazon could be getting a union

Amazon is the future of retail in America. Like its biggest competitors, it is not unionized. But that could change soon. The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers has won the right to hold a union vote among 30 technicians working at an Amazon center in Delaware. 

Amazon.com’s (AMZN) labor problems have mostly been confined to the online retailer’s warehouses in countries such as Germany—until now. For the first time, employees in a U.S. Amazon facility have successfully petitioned the National Labor Relations Board to hold union elections.

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