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8 predictions made by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos more than 20 years ago that were right on the money (AMZN)

Business Insider Monday, 24 February 2020
8 predictions made by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos more than 20 years ago that were right on the money (AMZN)· Amazon has grown from an online bookseller to a domineering tech giant since Jeff Bezos founded it in 1994.
· Even when Amazon was young, Bezos had an extraordinary vision for his company.
· Here are some of the predictions Bezos made in 1999, more than 20 years ago, that turned out to be accurate.
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