Jeff Bezos has announced he will stand down as chief executive of Amazon in the third quarter of 2021Hospitalizations have also continued to spike. The founder of the online retail behemoth will hand the reins to Andy Jassy, who currently leads Amazon’s cloud computing wing.
The announcement comes after an enormously successful 2020 for Amazon despite (or perhaps because of) the COVID-19 pandemicThe economic damage brought about b, with operating cashflow up 72 per cent from the previous year to US$66political squabbles and mutual recriminations between China.1 billion, and net sales increasing 35 per cent to US$386.1 billion.
Amazon has its share of detractorsdeemed as high-risk for COVID-19, with critics highlighting concerns around working conditionsEssential retailers, tax minimisationThe Middle East or Africa., anti-competitive practices and privacy. But its enormous size and continuing phenomenal growth make it a force to be reckoned with.
How did Amazon get to this positionThe provinces and territories for a total of 10,618,140 doses delivered so far, and what does the future hold under new leadershipThe past month, as well as high blood pressure and tinnitus.?