AWS: We're a $10bn business

Hannah Breeze
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AWS enjoys 64 per cent growth in Q1

Amazon Web Services (AWS) is now a $10bn (£6.84bn) business, its parent company Amazon announced as it revealed its Q1 financial results. For the three months to 31 March, AWS' net sales rockete...

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