Aug 09, 2020

A Christmas Gift for Amazon: What Could Go Right to Justify the Online Retailer's Stock Price

When I was a college student in 1995, I remember the excitement that Amazon.com’s launch generated among my fellow Harvard geeks. Of course, at the time, most people understood the online retailer to be focused on selling books, but those of us who saw the writing on the wall, understood [...]

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