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The Everything Store Summary

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MicroSummary: At the moment, “The Everything Store” is the closest thing we have to a biography of the richest person in the world, Jeff Bezos. Based on hundreds of interviews with him and the closest members of his family, the book details the rise and rise of Amazon.com, the online retailer of today and tomorrow. 

Jeff Bezos dreamed of creating a virtual store selling everything from A to Z. To fulfill his dream, he decided to explore the bookstore by opening a startup you probably know called Amazon.

Quickly, Amazon surpassed all market expectations, faced the dot-com bubble and began to beat the competition and grow at high speed.

Pricing for quality and low prices for the consumer, Bezos managed to build a great success, the largest e-commerce company in the world.

If you want to know more about this fantastic story and learn the secrets of visionary Jeff Bezos, we suggest you devour this microbook!

Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon by Brad Stone

What’s the first thing you think about when you hear the word ‘Amazon’? Some might immediately think of the mighty river and rainforest of South America. But for the majority, it means the vast online shop filled with any product imaginable, and some of the Kindle.

The Everything Store describes the rise and rise of Amazon.com and its founder, Jeff Bezos.


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Brad Stone does what every journalist does: research and present the facts. The Bloomberg Businessweek’s senior writer has had a brilliant career as a journalist. He started at The New York Times as a reporter. His columns cover subjects in business and technology.

The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon is his second book. It’s a New York Times and Wall Street Journal best-seller and 2013 Goldman Sachs/Financial Times Business Book of the Year award winner.

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