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Seattle Times’s Amazon.com series blasted by online commenters

Seattle Times editor David Boardman says his reporters spent months working on their Amazon.com series, interviewed hundreds of people, and “ultimately, we were able to shed light on largely hidden aspects of a company that is as secretive as it is successful.” In the comments section of our website, the reaction was overwhelmingly negative toward … Read More
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