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Brad Stone

Brad Stone appears in the following:

Amazon vs. Hachette

Friday, May 30, 2014

Amazon, the largest bookseller in the world, is locked in a struggle with Hachette, one of the biggest publishers. Amazon has prolonged shipping time, taken away the option to “pre-order” new releases, and eliminated the one-click option for purchasing Hachette books. And the feud has no end in sight. Bob talks to Brad Stone, author of The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon, about what it all means.

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Brown Box

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

You order some stuff on the Internet and it shows up three hours later. How could all the things that need to happen to make that happen happen so fast?

 

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Amazon's Drone Delivery

Wednesday, December 04, 2013

Brad Stone, a senior writer for Bloomberg Businessweek and author of The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon (Little, Brown and Company), talks about Amazon's announcement that they want to start delivering via drones.

 

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Who Is Jeff Bezos? And What is Amazon?

Monday, October 28, 2013

He wants to find in a cheaper way to get to outer space.  He’s building a clock that ticks once a year, moves its "century hand" once every hundred years and chimes once a millennium.  Oh, and he’s also the CEO of the world’s largest online retailer, Amazon.  He is Jeff Bezos.

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In the Empire Business

Friday, August 09, 2013

As the new owner of the Post, Jeff Bezos becomes one of the most important people in journalism. So who is Jeff Bezos? Bob talks with journalist Brad Stone about Bezos and how he might lead the paper. Stone is the author of The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon -- it'll be released in October. 

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Amazon Warrior

Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Brad Stone, Bloomberg Businessweek senior technology writer, talks about how the publisher of Amazon's imprint is shaking up the book industry.

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Your Credit

Thursday, August 07, 2008

Federal authorities charged 11 people with the theft of more than 40 million credit and debit card account numbers - the largest identity theft case in U.S. history. Frank W. Abagnale, Secure Document Consultant, and New York Times reporter, Brad Stone, put this case into context.

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