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Tuesday July 14th, 2020 9:52PM

LISTEN: Bezonomics: How Amazon is Changing Our Lives

By Mornings on Maine Street

While 51% of American households attend church, 62% have an Amazon Prime membership. Fortune magazine writer Brian Dumaine looks at Amazon's affect on the culture and business as well as what may be next for the internet retailer that consumes some 2% of all U.S. household income. His book is "Bezonomics: How Amazon is Changing Our Lives and What the World's Best Companies Are Learning From It."

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LISTEN: Bezonomics: How Amazon is Changing Our Lives
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