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Bezos Billion Dollar Blunders

Bezos Billion Dollar Blunders

According to Business Insider, Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos has called the e-commerce giant "the best place in the world to fail." He has famously instituted a culture in which failure is an acceptable, even necessary, part of doing business.

Amazon has had some spectacular failures over the years, resulting in billions of dollars in mistakes, according to Bezos.

Amazon will close all 87 of its pop-up stores and discontinue the program, it told Business Insider in March.

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