Believe and ramble. Life and reflections’, the book where Jeff Bezos explains how to sell anything on the Internet

The founder of Amazon recounts the keys to his business decisions, family memories and how he decided to create his own company.

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The richest man in the world and owner of Amazon , Jeff Bezos , will put on sale on November 19, around the world, his new book called “Create and Divaga. Life and Reflections of Jeff Bezos ” , where the businessman tells how he made his fortune and formed his e-commerce empire.

At the beginning, the businessman sold a limited number of products in his catalog, among these were books, music and videos, however, he received a message that would change his vision of the business.

The phrase that

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Jeff Ber Announces the Launch of New Website

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Business expert Jeff Ber recently unveiled a new professional website which seeks to deliver valuable entrepreneurial material and other relevant resources to the general public.

CALGARY, ALBERTA / ACCESSWIRE / November 2, 2020 / Business management professional and entrepreneur Jeff Ber has announced the launch of his new website,, which spotlights his mission to end the stigma surrounding testicular cancer while delivering valuable resources to fellow entrepreneurs.

The website introduces Ber as the Vice President of Operations at Oneball, a non-profit organization seeking to remove the stigma surrounding men’s health while delivering assistance to those who are currently fighting testicular cancer. As a cancer survivor himself, Ber’s insights on the issue aim to inspire, encourage, and educate.

Outside of his advocacy role, the website also highlights’ Ber’s extensive experience

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How Amazon’s Jeff Bezos spurred an IT revamp at the Washington Post

  • When Washington Post CIO Shailesh Prakash joined in 2011, he quickly used his own credit card to purchase an Amazon Web Services account. 
  • Now, several years after Amazon-founder Jeff Bezos took over as owner, the 142-year-old news organization is a much more complex IT organization.
  • Ahead of the election, the company has created a resiliency program to make sure that its journalists and readers can access its site, no matter what. 
  • Among other initiatives, the company is exploring whether artificial intelligence could write news articles. 
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When Washington Post’s chief information officer Shailesh Prakash joined in 2011, he quickly grew determined to make a drastic IT change. 

At the time, the publication was operating two physical data centers and Prakash wanted to move to the cloud. But there were hesitations. Some questioned if it was financially prudent, while others wondered

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