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Company Overview of Zappos.com, Inc.

Company Overview

Zappos.com, Inc. offers accessories, baby products, bags and handbags, beauty products, clothing, eyewear, housewares, jewelry, shoes, sporting goods, and watches online. The company offers accessories, including accessory sets, athletic protective gears, belts, gloves, hair accessories, hats, insoles, legwear, neckwear and ties, non-apparel accessories, replacement lenses, running accessories, scarves, shoe care products, socks, swim accessories, umbrellas, wallets, and wraps; baby products, including health and safety products, nursery products, strollers, and toys; and backpacks, briefcases, diaper bags, luggage bags, messenger bags, sport bags, and travel bags. It also provides bath and ...

2280 Corporate Circle

Suite 100

Henderson, NV 89074

United States

Founded in 1999





Key Executives for Zappos.com, Inc.

Chief Executive Officer and Director
Senior Vice President of Merchandising
Director of Development
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2013.

Zappos.com, Inc. Key Developments

Zappos.com, Inc. Presents at ETail West Conference 2014, Mar-04-2014 12:25 PM

Zappos.com, Inc. Presents at ETail West Conference 2014, Mar-04-2014 12:25 PM. Venue: JW Marriott San Antonio Hill Country Resort & Spa, San Antonio, Texas, United States. Speakers: Lisa Archambault, Head of Brand and DR Digital Marketing.

Zappos.com, Inc. Moving into Old Las Vegas City Hall

Zappos.com, Inc. began stepping into a new downtown Las Vegas corporate headquarters, after a multimillion-dollar makeover of the former Las Vegas city hall building. Among the whimsical elements the first 200 employees will find in the rebranded 10-story building are a Lego brick sculpture in the lobby, pingpong tables in recreation areas and elevator video games. The intent is to encourage interaction and creativity for up to 2,000 workers going to and from open-form work spaces in the days and weeks ahead.

Workers Files Suit Against Zappos and Amazon

Workers at Zappos warehouses have filed suit in federal court seeking pay for time spent filing through anti-theft screenings - sometimes for a half-hour or more after their shifts end. The lawsuit seeks class-action status to cover all Kentucky employees of Zappos and its parent company, Amazon, for the past five years. The lawsuit claimed that employees have had to spend at least 10 minutes off the clock and on occasion 30 minutes or more each day going through metal detectors and searches before they leave. The defendants do not request a specific amount of money.

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