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Amazon (NASDAQ: AMZN) launched the Welcome Door program, a new initiative to provide refugee and humanitarian-based immigrant employees with additional resources and support, as well as reimbursement for Employment Authorization Document (EAD) fees. “At Amazon, we have a variety of jobs and welcome all kinds of people, and we’re proud …continue reading

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A third-party seller on Inc. has admitted gaming the online retailer’s payment system in a scheme that defrauded the company out of more than $1.3 million, the Justice Department announced. Ting Hong Yeung, 41, of Hacienda Heights, was charged with wire fraud in an information filed today in United …continue reading

Cover art for the February 2022 issue of OCB's Dining, Arts, and Entertainment guide. Photo courtesty of OC Parks and Irvine Ranch Conservancy.

Top Ten Stories for February 06 through February 12 include Laguna wildfire evacuation, foodborne illness, and new Amazon jobs. Top Ten Stories for February 06 through February 12 are the most-read stories at Orange County Breeze over the last week (excluding weather forecasts and events): Immediate evacuation of Irvine Cove …continue reading

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The U.S. government’s National Intellectual Property Rights Coordination Center (IPR Center) and Amazon today announced the launch of a joint operation to prevent counterfeit goods from entering the U.S. and help protect American consumers. U.S. Customs and Border Protection and DHL are also supporting the operation. “The IPR Center plays …continue reading

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The Cypress City Council Will Consider: Project: Amazon Last Mile Facility Project- Certification of an Environmental Impact Report and Conditional Use Permit Number 3177. Request: The project is located on an approximately 22.3-acre site located at the southwest corner of Katella Avenue and Holder Street at 6400–6450 Katella Avenue. The …continue reading

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Check out the new Amazon Books store at Los Cerritos Center. Prime Members pay the same low Prime price they pay online. When you visit, you’ll notice we’ve implemented a number of measures to create a comfortable shopping experience for everyone. Safety measures in our stores include: Enhanced daily cleaning …continue reading