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Amazon Studios says it has accepted the resignation of its top executive, Roy Price, following sexual harassment allegations made by a producer on the Amazon series The Man in the High Castle. Willy Sanjuan/Invision/AP hide caption

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Denver is pitching its high quality of life to draw Amazon to build a new headquarters there. Doug Pensinger/Getty Images hide caption

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Denver Failed To Land Boeing. Now It's Using Lifestyle To Woo Amazon

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Cities across the country are trying to land Amazon's second headquarters. In Birmingham, Ala., giant Amazon boxes were constructed and placed around the city. Ali Clark/BringAtoB Campaign hide caption

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Cities Dream Of Landing Amazon's New HQ And They're Going To Great Lengths To Show It

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Roy Price, head of Amazon Studios, participates in the "Hand of God" panel at the Amazon Summer TCA Tour at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif., in Aug. 2015. Richard Shotwell/Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP hide caption

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Netflix CEO Reed Hastings delivers a keynote address at CES 2016 in Las Vegas. He has admitted facing Amazon in video is a challenge. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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Once Dominant, Netflix Faces An Increasing Number Of Video Challengers

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Nikol Szymul staffs a reception desk at Amazon offices in downtown Seattle. Online retail powerhouse Amazon is searching for a second headquarters location, which an official from Toronto has called "the Olympics of the corporate world." Glenn Chapman/Getty Images hide caption

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Cities Try Convincing Amazon They're Ready For Its New Headquarters

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Bananas will be cheaper at Whole Foods stores next week, as Amazon finalizes its purchase of the grocery chain. Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images hide caption

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Walmart customers will be able to place an order by simply saying it out loud, using either the voice-activated speaker Google Home (left) or the Google Assistant app. Eric Risberg/AP hide caption

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Jeff Bezos, chairman and founder of Amazon.com and owner of The Washington Post, addresses the Economic Club of New York in 2016. Bezos was briefly the richest person on earth, after Amazon stock values surged Thursday morning. Drew Angerer/Getty Images hide caption

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Indea Leo of Lillabee baking hopes that Amazon buying Whole Foods will be good for her business. "We think there is going to be a lot of exciting possibilities of bypassing the shelf altogether and reaching a wider customer base." Linda Winski/Courtesy of Indea Leo hide caption

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In theory, "direct primary care" should result in better health for patients and lower health care costs overall. But some analysts say that approach just encourages the worried well to get more care than they need. BraunS /Getty Images hide caption

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Robots move racks of merchandise at an Amazon fulfillment center in Tracy, Calif. When a robot finds its storage unit, it glides underneath, lifts it up and then delivers it to a worker. Justin Sullivan/Getty Images hide caption

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Online Retail Boom Means More Warehouse Workers, And Robots To Accompany Them

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Analysts say that the experience of shopping at Whole Foods might change in the near future now that the retailer is being bought by Amazon. Stephen Hilger/Bloomberg/Getty Images hide caption

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