Amazon Workers `Not Treated Very Well,' Ex-Employee Says

Oct. 6 (Bloomberg) -- Jesse Busk, a former worker at Amazon.com Inc.'s warehouse in Nevada, talks about his experience working for the company and daily security screening practices during his employment. Busk and about 80 other people who worked in Amazon warehouses around the country have filed lawsuits against the company and its temporary staffing partners to be paid for time they spent going through anti-theft security screenings at the end of their shifts. Busk's case goes before the Supreme Court for arguments on Oct. 8. (Source: Bloomberg)

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43:22 - BlackBerry gets a new smartphone tomorrow, a marijuana dispensary graduates to the senior Toronto Stock Exchange and silver stocks are in a slump. Eric Lam reports on Bloomberg TV Canada's The Daily Brief. (Source: Bloomberg)
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