Monday, June 09, 2008

WSJ Interviews Bezos

This interview may not be avialable for long: (some of this has been reported already)

Jeffrey P. Bezos, as chairman, president and chief executive of Inc., made e-commerce mainstream when Amazon started selling books over the Internet in 1994.
Since then, he has turned the site into a virtual shopping mall, where the company and thousands of independent merchants sell just about anything from abacuses to zithers.
He spoke with The Wall Street Journal's Walt Mossberg about cloud computing, streaming movies and why books are like horses. Here are edited excerpts of that conversation.

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