BERLIN— A German labor union says striking workers at four Amazon.com distribution centers in Germany will remain off the job until Christmas Eve. Companies in Germany normally shut down for the holiday at that time and reopen on Dec. 27, or the next working day. The walkouts at four of Amazon's distribution centers in Germany are part of an effort by workers to...» Read More
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