Four ways Andy Jassy can make his mark as Amazon CEO

Marian McHugh
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As Jeff Bezos steps down as the head of the online behemoth and hands the reigns to cloud boss Jassy, we look at the challenges he faces in making the role his own

Will Andy Jassy be a Tim Cook or a Steve Ballmer? That is the question on the lips of many as they speculate as to what direction Jeff Bezos' anointed successor will take Amazon. Like Cook and B...

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