News and Articles About Jeff Bezos
Amazon officially entered the mobile payments race today. Here's a helpful roundup of the most important details small-business merchants should brush up on before making the leap.
A Taiwanese-American entrepreneur overcomes shyness and language barriers and learns to take risks.
If the rumors are true, the nation's largest online retailer could give Square and PayPal a run for their money.
Here are five must-read books that show what entrepreneurial success really takes, and how we can apply the principles of the best to our business.
The late-night Comedy Central host has challenged his audience to boycott the ecommerce giant for its manipulative treatment of book sales.
It's like nothing we've ever seen before! Wait, we've never seen it.
A close study of Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos reveals one of the world's most innovative companies is rooted in one of the oldest ideas. The customer comes first.
In a letter to shareholders, Jeff Bezos revealed an interesting company policy that seeks to foster a passionate and dedicated workforce.
If 'startup DNA' is the idea that the world's best entrepreneurs have some inherent talent they were born with that made them successful, then many also share another characteristic: arrogance.
Unmanned drones could someday deliver packages within a 10-mile radius.
Letting an employee follow you around can be a great way to groom up-and-coming talent.
A new book about Amazon's CEO that comes out next week gives readers an intimate look at the leader's harsh temperament. But Bezos is onto something. Here's why.
Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz's request that customers leave their guns at the door puts his company -- and by extension, his employees and franchisees -- behind this political issue.
From newspapers to mega yachts, here's a look at what entrepreneurs like Jeff Bezos and Paul Allen spend their millions on.
Agreement is for Bezos to pay $250 million in cash and will be the paper's sole owner.
Millionaires and billionaires vacation a little differently from the rest of us. Take a look at these ridiculous summer properties.
These books helped shape tech's most influential leaders.
How Lee Rhodes went from battling illness to creating a votive and candleholder company that offers comfort to consumers and financial support to cancer patients.
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