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Behind the scenes: Audible's X-Files Investigation Bureau

Audible, Amazon's audio entertainment brand, staged an immersive X-Files investigation to mark the launch of the new audio drama,

Amazon partners with DrinksFest

New consumer show DrinksFest has announced a partnership with Amazon for its first event, which is set to take place

Event tech: Robots

From buddy bots to robotic coffee machines, Event looks at the latest robotic and artificial intelligence tech to watch.

In pictures: Amazon's takeover of Westminster station

Amazon rebranded Westminster tube station to Webminster to publicise its web services and cloud computing business.

Chevrolet and Amazon to offer customers experiential drive

Global: Chevrolet partners with Amazon to offer customers test drives

Car brand Chevrolet is encouraging its customers in India to book an experiential drive through Amazon.

Lego has admitted it was a mistake to snub Ai Weiwei

Lego admits Ai Weiwei snub 'mistake', Amazon reports record profits...and more

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Google's results were just below expectations

Google parent Alphabet hit by traffic costs, man boobs beat nipple ban...and more

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Dyson: topping the list of 'super entrepreneurial' brands

Dyson, Google, Apple top list of 'super entrepreneurial' firms - no sign of FMCG

Dyson has topped an industry list of the most entrepreneurial brands in Britain, which otherwise mostly comprises US tech giants.

Ikea's new fashion-inspired range

Ikea signs up Kanye West's fashion partner, Amazon's smart home API...and more

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Dixons Carphone: CEO Sebastian James has warned of Amazon's threat to supermarkets

If Amazon opens real-life stores, Dixons and others could be toast

What is Amazon really good at? Operations? Marketing? asks Andrew Pemberton, director of Furthr.