Summary, Analysis & Review of Brad Stone’s The Everything Store by Instaread
The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon recounts the rise of Amazon since it was founded in 1994. Simultaneously, the book is a partial biography of the company’s CEO and founder, Jeff Bezos, whose personality, values, and life experiences have had enormous influence shaping the company as it exists today. He is a much-feared but much-respected leader whose interactions with Amazon employees have become legendary within the company. Reportedly, Bezos’s brutality and obsession with the progress of the company can supersede his relationships with his workers, but many credit their time at the company with eliciting their best efforts under unparalleled pressure.
Bezos’s career took off when he began working at the Wall Street firm D. E. Shaw & Co. in the 1990s. There, he conceived the idea of an “everything store” that would employ the power of the emerging internet to serve customers with an unlimited…
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