Amazon shareholders approve $200M payout to CEO Jassy, reject worker safety, climate initiatives

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The Seattle Times

At its annual meeting for shareholders, Amazon’s investors approved a more than $200 million payout for CEO Andy Jassy and voted against 15 proposals asking the company to report on worker safety, climate goals, pay rates, use of its face recognition technology and its stance on workers’ right to unionize. “We’re going to continue to do our part,” Jassy told shareholders Wednesday. “Making our customers’ lives better and easier every day, inventing to make it so and taking care of our employees and communities along the way.” Four people who work in Amazon’s warehouses also spoke to shareholde…

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