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Jeff Bezos stepped down on as CEO of Amazon on Monday and is handing the reins to his longtime deputy Andy Jassy. John Locher/AP hide caption

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Jeff Bezos Built Amazon 27 Years Ago. He Now Steps Down As CEO At Critical Time

Bezos is handing day-to-day duties to his longtime deputy Andy Jassy but will continue to hold considerable sway as executive chairman.

Spooky Couch Albert Hammond, Jr.
There's a Light Out on the Horizon Chromatics
Theme On Our Watch
On the Other Side The Strokes
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The Food Industry May Be Finally Paying Attention To Its Weakness To Cyberattacks

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Edelgruen The Orb
Hummingbird Tyler Burkum
You're No Good Chromatics
Familiar Steps Christian McBride
other voices LCD Soundsystem
Two Corre
Kill for Love Chromatics
Tucana Mt. Wolf
Why Are Sundays So Depressing The Strokes

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Jeff Bezos Built Amazon 27 Years Ago. He Now Steps Down As CEO At Critical Time

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Turn Back Lusine

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has tracked a recent increase in deaths involving cocaine and synthetic opioids, such as fentanyl. Sebastian Leesch / EyeEm/Getty Images/EyeEm hide caption

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Overdoses Involving Cocaine and Fentanyl Are On The Rise

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[Untitled Track] Markus Güntner
Cherry Chromatics
Fast Car Tracy Chapman
All I Want LCD Soundsystem

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