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Amazon shut down its program that paid warehouse 'ambassadors' to tweet positively about the company, report says

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An employee handles packages at the Amazon's Bretigny-sur-Orge warehouse in France. THOMAS SAMSON/AFP via Getty Images
Amazon shuttered its "ambassador" program at the end of last year, the Financial Times reports.
The program paid warehouse workers to tweet positively about the company.
Sources told the FT that Amazon executives felt its reach had been poor.
Amazon is no longer paying warehouse workers to tweet nice things about the company, The Financial Times reports. The company shuttered its Ambassador Program at the end of last year, sources with knowledge of the matter told the...
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