Jeff Bezos

Chairman, President and CEO

Jeff Bezos is one of the Internet's true pioneers and visionaries, creating one of the Web's greatest brands and one of its most enduring companies. He founded Amazon in 1994, using his theories about leveraging the Web to move goods around more efficiently. While the company has had some bumps along the way and has morphed its businesses relentlessly, it has defied its critics and has become the most significant online retailer in the world. Mr. Bezos has long been a geek, using computer science in all his jobs, such as working on technically sophisticated quantitative hedge funds on Wall Street for D.E. Shaw & Co. He also led the development of computer systems that helped manage more than $250 billion in assets for Bankers Trust Company. He graduated summa cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa in electrical engineering and computer science from Princeton University in 1986.

Posts With Jeff Bezos

How Can You Miss Us if We Won’t Go Away? Paczkowski and Swisher Highlights From AllThingsD.

And so it goes in Silicon Valley.

This Is What It Looks Like Inside an Amazon Warehouse (Photos)

Here’s a look at what happens after you click “buy.”

The Amazon Kindle Numbers That Jeff Bezos Must Really Care About

Hint: It’s not all about units sold.

AllThingsD Week in Review: BlackBerry’s Future and Predictions for Tech in 2014

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

During Drones’ Big Week, Drone-Maker 3D Robotics Discloses Some More Funding

3D Robotics and one of its VCs are piggybacking on the Amazon Prime Air news, but it appears that the flying drone delivery scheme may be reciprocally piggybacked on their technology.

Amazon’s Futuristic Delivery Method? Prime Air — Kindles Delivered by Drone. (Video)

But will the FAA give Amazon the green light?


A Techsgiving Feast (Comic)

Here is the latest comic from our Joy of Tech friends at Geek Culture, Nitrozac and Snaggy. Joy of Tech appears three times a week in the Voices section of this site.

AllThingsD Week in Review: Twitter’s Product Problem and Ballmer Keeps His Microsoft Shares

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.

Everyone’s a Critic, and Everyone Is a Publisher: Brad Stone on MacKenzie Bezos on Brad Stone on Jeff Bezos

I’m grateful to MacKenzie and to every other thoughtful reviewer who shares their perspectives on my book and on this remarkable story.

— Bloomberg Businessweek reporter and Jeff Bezos biographer Brad Stone, responding to a one-star review of his new book from MacKenzie Bezos, Jeff Bezos’s wife. MacKenzie Bezos wrote her review of “The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos and the Age of Amazon” on; Stone published his response on Bloomberg’s site.

No Amazon TV Box for Christmas

Amazon’s Secret Website

Post Bezos (Comic)