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2009-05-06 14:14:06

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2009-05-06 12:30:00

Amazon announced a new model of its Kindle e-book reading device on Wednesday, this time with a larger screen which is said to be designed for newspaper and magazine content.

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2009-01-30 09:45:49

Amazon reported a 9 percent increase in profit during the fourth quarter, outperforming analysts’ projections, showing that it is far less affected by the economic crunch than other retailers.

2009-01-16 14:00:00

Also featured in this issue is on-going coverage by the Magazine of the American Landowner of the U.S. Army's huge land grab in Southern Colorado. MANITOU SPRINGS, Colo., Jan. 16 /PRNewswire/ -- WANT TO GUESS? - For the second year in a row media pioneer Ted Turner tops The "Land Report 100" list.

2008-12-21 14:18:11

Staff at Amazon's warehouse in Bedfordshire, England, say they waved, rather than mooned, when bosses at the giant U.S.

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2008-07-24 15:00:00

Amazon.com continues to shrug off the negative effects of an economy seemingly headed for recession.

2008-06-14 12:00:10

By Amy Martinez, Seattle Times Jun. 14--Pay for the Northwest's top CEOs shot up last year, despite a turbulent stock market and concerns about a possible U.S. recession, according to a new analysis for The Seattle Times.

2006-11-14 09:01:20

A remote West Texas spaceport being built and bankrolled by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos launched a test rocket Monday for the first time.

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2006-07-23 15:00:00

A spacecraft taking off from a private West Texas spaceport being bankrolled and developed by Amazon.com founder Jeff Bezos would take off vertically, but unlike NASA's space shuttle would also land vertically.


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