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Re: Whooping It Up in Seattle
Posted by: Keith Regan 2002-01-24 21:49:29
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Who knows what time Jeff Bezos had to get out of bed Tuesday for the 5:30 a.m. conference
call with analysts? Who knows how many cups of coffee it took to jump-start his day? But
by the time the sun rose over Seattle, Bezos and his executive team were whooping it up.
The business world is a fickle place, though. Before the sun set on Seattle, the
inevitable question already was being asked by investors and analysts alike: What next?


Re: Whooping It Up in Seattle
Posted by: jwerlin 2002-01-25 14:58:25 In reply to: Keith Regan
Lest we forget our business school lessons: One quarter of profit does not a business make....

Re: Whooping It Up in Seattle
Posted by: kathleen.mccahill 2002-01-25 13:40:22 In reply to: Keith Regan
I think that amazon has an excellent website.
However, I would like to see more recent and not so popular books being advertised (that is why we have barnes & noble). I wonder if amazon is going to get too large and not be able to continue its great web ordering service?
Anyway, they do a great job. Hats off to AMZ
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