Amazon founder Jeff Bezos, while funding a private space venture called Blue Origin, had a gigantic failure on August 24, 2011, when a test flight resulted in the destruction of the experimental space vehicle.
Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s founder and CEO, took the stage at the company’s re: Invent developer conference for a wide-ranging discussion with the company’s CTO Werner Vogels about Amazon’s web service and retail business, as well as his view about entrepreneurship and his personal projects, such as the 10,000 year clock and the Blue Origin space program.
Bezos On AWS
Amazon.com Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos stopped by the 37 Signals office yesterday and offered some wise thoughts about strategy. His views are especially refreshing in a time when people who change their views often get portrayed as weak and lacking confidence.
37 Signals Founder Jason Fried shared what Bezos said in a blog post he published this morning.
Written by: William Atkins | Published in: SpaceBlue Origin, spearheaded by Jeff Bezos of Amazon, successfully conducted a pad escape test on October 19, 2012. The test was part of NASA's Commercial Crew Program (CCP). See the video of the mission.
Written by: Alex Zaharov-Reutt | Published in: Fuzzy LogicAmazon CEO Jeff Bezos is a very clever man, but when he uses the term “all of our customers” in relation to the new Amazon AutoRip service, without specifying upfront that means US customers only, he proves himself to be an inaccurate bozo.
… Literally, like on the presentation wall of what seemed like the longest Amazon Press Event in Amazon Press Event history.
For those keeping track at home, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos continued his one man attack on the print publishing industry with the announcements of the Kindle Paperwhite, new Kindle Fire, new Kindle Fire HD and an updated Kindle — Four new e-reading-focused services