‘Proof’ that people didn’t finish a popular book about Washington, via some big-ish data.
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Rapid innovation requires that Amazon be allowed to test Prime Air in its own private R&D facilities, the company argues.
In a memo to employees that lays out his vision for the company, Satya Nadella again takes a page from his favorite books.
New York executive Ryan Simonetti says he hopes the company will learn from his experience.
Amazon.com is offering to give Hachette authors all of the revenue from digital sales of their books.
Matt Ruttledge, who started Woot, is back with a new vision for retail online.
Bankers are trying to replicate the Amazon model on using consumer data to predict customer needs.
The Supreme Court’s decision is a stay of execution for cable and broadcasters, not a vote of confidence.