Amazon will not surpass CVS as a health care retailer because Amazon is a transactional company focused on monetary gain, while CVS’s primary goal is the wellbeing of its customers, said CEO of CVS Health Karen Lynch at a Boston College Chief Executives Club event.
Screaming at Streaming Services
Arts editor Jacob Schick discusses his apprehension with the influx of new streaming services that will be entering the market.
‘Life Itself’ Struggles to Ground Itself in Reality
Amazon Studios released ‘Life Itself’ in theaters in hopes of a nod at the Oscars, but falls flat with overly gushy scenes and faux-profundity.
Diversity, Streaming Services Headline Television’s Biggest Night
The glamorous 70th Emmy Awards recognized numerous programs available only on streaming services, such as Netflix’s ‘The Crown’ and Amazon Prime’s ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.’
Amazon’s ‘Jack Ryan’ Installment Lacks Compelling Plot
John Krasinski offers a fresh take on Tom Clancy’s Jack Ryan, but the most recent Amazon installment fails to deliver fans new excitement while detailing the storied character’s beginnings.
Spending Summer Watching the Small Screen
Editors and Senior Staff come together to share some of their most-anticipated television programs coming soon this summer.
A Parasitic Relationship: Boston’s Bid for Bezos Empire HQ
With heavy competition from many cities across North America ranging in size, Boston has promised a great deal to Amazon as it searches a home for HQ2. Alessandro Zenati ’21 highlights some challenges this arrival might create If successful.
Mailroom Increases Efficiency, Implements Amazon Lockers
The mailroom’s move over the summer from Arrival, the old system, to a cloud-based network called SCLogic has marked a significant change in its operations.
Amazon’s ‘Lore’ Explores Creepy, Haunted Nature of Podcast Subjects
Originally a podcast, ‘Lore’ explores creepy and sometimes horrific urban legends in an episodic format.
Negativity Sucks the Lifeforce Out of Amazon’s ‘The Tick’
Though its affable title character is a fun and worthy iteration of the character, he is often overshadowed by the tonally harsh world around in Amazon’s version of ‘The Tick.’