Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is reportedly getting into new sectors like travel business and ad supported streaming services. Amazon’s CEO Jeff Bezos is well known for his idea of venturing in different sectors and create various revenue streams. But how will this new idea of venturing into travel business work, considering the upcoming holiday season and […]
Americans sit through some 11 million meetings every day — with the unproductive ones costing companies $37 billion a year. We've already learned that meetings fall apart thanks to sloppy agendas, un-articulated ground rules, and other structural mistakes. Show More Summary
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is taking aim at its rivals this holiday season with 10,000 machines. That’s according to Liz MacDonald of Fox Business Network where she reported that Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) CEO Jeff Bezos has robots up his sleeves for the holidays. “Jeff Bezos has about 1,400 robots in Amazon fulfillment centers across the country. […]
Jeff Bezos is courting hotels across the country to be a part of Amazon's new travel section.
Amazon's hiring process is notoriously difficult. The company believes that every new employee should increase the average level of productivity on whichever team they join, ensuring that the company's standards get higher and higher as time goes on. Show More Summary
If you want to see a snapshot of the very moment that Amazon jumped the shark, see below: Image: Ted S. Warren/Associated Press That's Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos presenting the Fire Phone in June. Within two months, Amazon had slashed the price — introduced at $199 for the 32GB version — to $0.99. Show More Summary
Jeff Bezos reshapes the Washington Post with new Kindle app
Amazon is launching a new app specifically for its Fire tablet owners that gives them six months of free access to stories from the Washington Post. The newspaper was acquired by Amazon founder and CEO Jeff Bezos in 2013 for $250 million.
Jeffrey Bezos has finally brought Amazon and The Washington Post together. The two companies will collaborate for the first time since the Amazon founder bought The Post for $250 million a year ago. Kindle owners will be receiving a full 6-month digital subscription to The Washington Post for free. Show More Summary
Documentary photographer Doug Menuez has spent time with some of the most notable figures in Silicon Valley. But it was during a 1994 trip to Aspen, Colorado, when he met a young Jeff Bezos, who was looking for funding for his brand-new company. Show More Summary
The Washington Post's new app for Amazon Fire tablets is here, marking the biggest crossover between the company Jeff Bezos runs and the newspaper he purchased last year The app will include six months of free access to content, along...Show More Summary
The Washington Post, which is owned by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos as of last August, rolled out a new "immersive news-reading" app Thursday -- and it is only available to Amazon…
Ever since Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post, there's been speculation about how it would tie in with Amazon. Now we know: owners of Kindle Fire tablets will get a full 6-month digital subscription to the newspaper for free. Read more...
The Washington Post, which was acquired by Amazon boss Jeff Bezos in August 2013, has launched a new Android tablet app and, surprise, surprise, it’s starting off as an Amazon Fire exclusive. Amazon Fire owners will get access to The Washington Post app as part of an over-the-air update. Show More Summary
Jeff Bezos may have bought the Washington Post with his own money, but that doesn't mean that the paper won't be extra friendly to the boss' other company. The outfit has launched a new tablet-friendly app that's designed for a "national and...
It is the first formal collaboration between the newspaper and Amazon since Mr. Bezos, the online giant’s founder, bought The Post for $250 million last year.
Mark Kaufman Amazon is sending free Fire phones to West Africa to help fight the spread of Ebola. Is this really a good idea? As Sydney Brownstone at Fast Company reports, there might be a few problems with the plan to fight Ebola'sShow More Summary
Leaders like Amazon's Jeff Bezos and Apple's Tim Cook who have their audience and customers in mind have these three traits in common. What do the best CEOs do to connect themselves and their companies to their customers? The habitsShow More Summary
Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQ:AMZN) is asserting its position as Goliath and to this end, Jeff Bezos, CEO of the e-commerce giant is literally using Malcolm Gladwell’s book, David and Goliath. On Bloomberg, while on an interview with the author himself, Emily Chang revealed that the price of his book on Amazon was $26.10. The same book […]
A year ago, in the latest attempt to distract from his company's inability to generate profit, Amazon's Jeff Bezos revealed his latest breathless vision for the latest marketing gimmick future in the form of Amazon Prime Air: a fleet of unmanned delivery drones bringing customers the goods they ordered or, as the case may be, didn't order. Show More Summary