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  1. Amazon-Hachette Ebook Deal: Winners and Losers

    5:00 am 11/17/2014

    Authors United and James Patterson shine, Amazon and Jeff Bezos get bruisedRead more

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  2. Netflix, Amazon Beat Blacklisting Lawsuit From Former Employee

    8:18 pm 9/15/2014

    The claims from Jerry Kowal included defamation and wrongful terminationRead more

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  3. Amazon CFO Thomas Szkutak to Retire

    7:44 am 9/3/2014

    Brian Olsavsky will succeed him at the e-tail and online video companyRead more

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  4. Amazon to Acquire Live-Streaming Service Twitch for Nearly $1 Billion

    1:05 pm 8/25/2014

    The deal comes after months of speculation that Google would acquire the San Francisco startupRead more

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  5. Amazon Shares Tumble 10 Percent on Wider-Than-Expected Losses

    1:35 pm 7/24/2014

    UPDATED: The Seattle-based e-commerce company reported losses of 27 cents per share during the second quarter. Read more

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  6. Amazon's Jeff Bezos Unveils Fire Phone

    11:22 am 6/18/2014

    UPDATED: Amazon's Fire Phone will be available exclusively on AT&T. Read more

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  7. Amazon 3D Smartphone May Be Unveiled Soon (Report)

    7:53 am 6/5/2014

    The tech giant teased a June 18 event with a video showing people moving their heads around to a device just out of site, suggesting the phone might have 3D capabilities.Read more

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  8. Amazon Posts 23 Percent Rise in Quarterly Revenue

    2:06 pm 4/24/2014

    The online retailer reports net income of $108 million on sales of $19.8 billion.Read more

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  9. Amazon to Launch Free Streaming Service (Report)

    1:55 pm 3/27/2014

    UPDATED: The company denies a Wall Street Journal report, saying that "we have no plans to offer a free streaming media service."Read more

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  10. Les Moonves Predicts Comcast-Time Warner Cable Merger Will Be Approved, Talks Disney-Dish Deal

    1:50 pm 3/4/2014

    Speaking at a Morgan Stanley conference in San Francisco, the CBS CEO said that the terms the Mouse House agreed to with the satellite provider were "not quite enough for us" and shared his thoughts about Netflix and Amazon.Read more

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