Jeff Bezos security chief: Saudis involved in hack of Amazon CEO's cellphone
Monday, 1 April 2019 The National Enquirer's parent company, AMI, is denying a report that the Saudi government hacked into the cellphone of Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. Bezos' security chief Gavin de Becker has been investigating how Bezos' private photos and texts were leaked to the Enquirer. On Saturday, he published an op-ed in the Daily Beast, accusing AMI of "being in league with a foreign nation that's been actively trying to harm American citizens." Jamie Yuccas reports.
· Jeff Bezos, the billionaire founder of Amazon, has unveiled a giant lunar lander made by his spaceflight company, Blue Origin.
· Bezos spoke about the "Blue... Business Insider Also reported by •The News Articles •CBS News
· Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon, unveiled a life-size model of a new moon lander on Thursday for his rocket company, Blue Origin.
· Called "Blue Moon,"... Business Insider Also reported by •CBS News
Amazon and Blue Origin owner Jeff Bezos has unveiled a lunar lander, known as Blue Moon, at a press event held at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in... Fossbytes Also reported by •CBC.ca •The News Articles