Virginia has 10 fulfillment and sorting centers, in addition to the HQ2 East Coast headquarters under development.
Only two days after Amazon.com Inc. announced it would add 100,000 warehouse and delivery jobs — 1,400 of which are earmarked for Virginia — to combat coronavirus-related unemployment, a warehouse
The company will also add $2/hour to employees' current hourly rates through end of April.
Amazon.com Inc. announced this week that it would add 100,000 full-time and part-time jobs to its United States fulfillment centers — with an expected 1,400 jobs added in Virginia —
Both facilities are anticipated to open in 2021.
Amazon.com Inc. will build two operations facilities in Hampton Roads, creating an expected 1,500 jobs, Gov. Ralph Northam announced Tuesday. Both facilities are anticipated to open in 2021. The first
Amazon is moving into the space by the end of 2020.
Amazon.com Inc. has signed a lease with its HQ2 landlord and developer JBG Smith Properties for a 272,000-square-feet building in Arlington that has served as the headquarters for the Public
This will create 150 jobs, paying a minimum wage of $15/hour
Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. — which is building its $2.5 billion HQ2 East Coast headquarters in Arlington — will open a fulfillment center for its AmazonBasics line in Prince George County
Arlington and Amazon will purchase power from Dominion solar farm in Pittsylvania County
Arlington County and Amazon.com Inc. have entered into agreements with Richmond-based Dominion Energy Inc. to purchase power for local government operations and Amazon’s HQ2 East Coast headquarters from a solar
San Francisco tech company connects college students with job and internship listings
James Madison University has partnered with San Francisco-based jobs listings tech company Handshake to produce a live feed of job and internship opportunities on its website, JMU announced Tuesday. Although
The store will open Jan. 30 at 9 a.m.
Whole Foods Market will open its long-anticipated Richmond store at 9 a.m. on Jan. 30, the Amazon.com Inc.-owned supermarket chain announced Tuesday. Construction on the 47,000-square-foot store built on the
Victor Hoskins received the award from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments.
Victor Hoskins, president and CEO of the Fairfax County Economic Development Authority, received the Ronald Kirby Award for Collaborative Leadership this week from the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments, the
Tucker starts his new job on Jan. 13.
Telly Tucker, director of economic development in Danville, is leaving next month to lead Arlington County’s economic development department, the city of Danville announced Thursday. “It was a tremendous opportunity,”