Amazon CEO Jassy Talks Challenges and Opportunities

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Amazon CEO Andy Jassy sits down with Emily Chang at the Bloomberg Technology Summit to talk about everything from the company’s innovation priorities, to the heated competition in areas like rapid delivery and streaming video, as well as navigating challenges like inflation, global supply chain shortages, unionization efforts and the current regulatory environment.

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