INEVITABLE: Why an E.U. without Britain is bad news for the fight against climate change, warns the Washington Post. Perhaps the Post should start small: convince Jeff Bezos that Amazon and its global network of Raiders of the Lost Ark-sized fulfillment warehouses, air-conditioned server farms the size of small third nations, and the fleet of […]
SpaceX and Elon Musk have the lead, but Jeff Bezos and Blue Origin are methodically persistent. From a dusty expanse in West Texas, Jeff Bezos and the crew of Blue Origin, his well-funded aerospace company, fire up their New Shepard rocket. Show More Summary
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA […]
On Sunday at 10:36 am ET, Jeff Bezos' private spaceflight company Blue Origin hosted its first live webcast of its successful attempt to launch and land the same New Shepard rocket out of its West Texas facility. The launch was originally...Show More Summary
NEWS FROM THE AMERICA THAT STILL WORKS: Fourth successful rocket launch for Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ company Blue Origin. Why has private space done so well? Obama has left it alone.
Amazon-founder Jeff Bezos' Blue Origin launches New Shepard rocket on successful test flight -- the reusable booster's 4th
Company opens up to let the world watch its experimental launch.
You can't accuse Blue Origin of being entirely secretive, considering the company has publicly celebrated after each of its three rocket landings thus far. But when Jeff Bezos' New Shepard vehicle is fired into the air on Sunday he'll...Show More Summary
Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos is a huge space geek. It's why he has a night job running Blue Origin, a spaceflight company he founded in 2000. Bezos says it's expensive to run a space technology company. The infrastructure isn't in place and...Show More Summary
One of the hallmarks of Jeff Bezos’s Washington Post ownership is the broad spirit of experimentation that has taken over the company. The Post over the past few years has operated essentially as a startup, rapidly building and iterating new products even if there’s a strong chance they will fail. That spirit, which has revitalized the Post, is...
PUGET SOUND—Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has taken a new angle of attack against Amazon in his latest criticisms of the Washington Post and its owner, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. The Trump campaign said in a statement that...Show More Summary
It has been over two years since Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos first revealed his plan to launch a drone delivery service, called Prime Air, within the next four to five years. There are still plenty of tests and regulations to deal with to get the program fully up and running. Show More Summary
Presidential candidate bars the capitol's major paper, which just happens to be owned by Jeff Bezos, a frequent target for Trump criticism.
His way of approaching this truly tough call can help anyone make life-altering decisions.
A special prelude-to-WWDC episode of my podcast, The Talk Show, with special guest Dan Frommer. Topics include Jeff Bezos’s and Elon Musk’s appearances at last week’s Code 2016 conference, Apple’s changes to the App Store (subscriptions...Show More Summary
SAN FRANCISCO -- Swarms of journalists lined the halls of a Southern California oceanfront resort recently to see tech luminaries like Jeff Bezos and Elon Musk discuss the Gawker case, rocket launches to space, and, Silicon Valley's obsession du jour, artificial intelligence. But perhaps the real action in artificial intelligence is happening at the Hilton San […]
Amazon and Apple are feuding over online video: Amazon doesn't sell the Apple TV on its site, and owners of the Apple TV device can't get the Amazon Prime Video streaming app. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos explained why earlier this month: When...Show More Summary
Bob Woodward, the legendary Washington Post reporter who was one-half of the duo that brought down a president, spoke at the First Parish Church in Cambridge last October to promote a new book. The Last of the President’s Men was about Alexander Butterfield, the aide who revealed the existence of the taping system in Richard Nixon’s...
Amazon is spending $3 billion on top of the $2 billion it started spending in India just two years prior. The company says it sees “huge potential” for the world’s fast-growing economy. Founder and CEO, Jeff Bezos, announced the new funding, which will help the company expand its operations in India. Show More Summary
The company's total investment in India now goes up to $5 billion. The populous nation is Amazon's fastest growing region, CEO Jeff Bezos said.