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For Amazon, it’s business as usual despite CEO drama


Bezos’ indiscretions are seen more as a personal matter rather than one to do with the company, unlike Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk, for example, whose behaviour has caused the electric automaker’s stock to rise and fall. — AP

Bezos’ indiscretions are seen more as a personal matter rather than one to do with the company, unlike Tesla’s CEO Elon Musk, for example, whose behaviour has caused the electric automaker’s stock to rise and fall. — AP

NEW YORK: First it was a heart-wrenching tweet that he and his wife were getting a divorce after 25 years. Then a tabloid revealed that he’d been having an affair, releasing texts and photos of him and his mistress. 

As if either of those weren’t distracting enough, now Jeff Bezos – the world’s richest man and CEO of Amazon – is accusing The National Enquirer in a blog post of trying to blackmail him by threatening to release more intimate photos of him unless he calls off an investigation into how that information was obtained in the first place.  

Jeff Bezos , Amazon

   

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