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How Jeff Bezos Became the King of E-Commerce

By www.bloomberg.com

Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos was one of the first entrepreneurs to realize the potential of selling products on the internet. This Bloomberg Profile looks into how Bezos built Amazon inside his garage andRead full story

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  • James Bidwell
    James BidwellExecutive Chair at Springwise

    The question is what’s next? How can this amazing talent help fix some of the world’s pressing problems. Climate change for example

  • A good reminder that I hadn’t heard of Bezos years ago and at the time I thought Gates/Buffet would be impossible to surpass in the short term. It’s inspiring what hard work and vision can do.

  • Emily Bary
    Emily BaryReporter at MarketWatch

    Bezos’ parents thought he was crazy to leave his Wall Street job to sell books online, but the invested money in his new company anyway. A smart investment.

  • Stunning story of willpower and vision!

  • Ken Breen
    Ken BreenDow Jones

    Innovators like Bezos see the world as a laboratory. They continually seek to answer those “what-if” questions as they search for new solutions. Experimenting is the ultimate way to transform an idea into reality – it’s the mechanism by which great new insights translate into new markets. When Amazon became profitable beyond bookselling, Bezos made a risky bet to build a number of large warehouses throughout the country, a decision which initially sank stock prices but later helped the company become the leading online discount store.

  • Yusuke Umeda
    Yusuke UmedaFounder and CEO at Uzabase

    A great video to easily understand the world’s newest $100 billion mogul history.

  • Some says, oh he was at the good place, at the good timing. Hmmm if you can’t grab that timing and chances in front of you, you wouldn’t be able to actually be successful. #stillneedseffortandhardwork

  • Yoshimi I.
    Yoshimi I.caregiver at Seventh-day Adventist Church

    Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.

  • Tomoaki Nabata
    Tomoaki NabataMedia Analysis

    Good movie.

    I know Jeff Bezos.

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