By Robert Spector
In Amazon.com Jeff Bezos equipped anything the realm had by no means noticeable. He created the main famous model identify on the net, grew to become for a time one of many richest males on the earth, and was once topped ''the king of cyber-commerce.''
Yet for all of the media publicity, the interior tale of Amazon.com hasn't ever relatively been informed. during this revealing, unauthorized account, Robert Spector, journalist and best-selling writer, provides us this up to date, fast moving, behind-the-scenes tale of the company's construction and upward push, its tumultuous current, and its doubtful future.
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Amazon.com: Get Big Fast by Robert Spector