World’s Richest Man Jeff Bezos Resigns As Amazon CEO, Earns $4B In A Day, Worth $203Billion

World’s Richest Man Jeff Bezos Resigns As Amazon CEO, Earns $4B In A Day, Worth $203Billion an accessible web community

By Spy Uganda

The world’s richest man, Jeff Bezos, worth about $203 billion recorded a daily gain of about $4.02 billion and has officially resigned his position as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Amazon, the world’s biggest e-commerce company.

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After holding the position of CEO for 27 years, Bezos is handing over the daily running of his $1.77 trillion company to his close confidant and former CEO of Amazon Web Services, Andy Jassy.

Jassy has been an instrumental figure at the Seattle-based company managing the cloud-computing business division that powers leading web portals like Netflix and many other companies, making it one of Amazon’s most profitable sectors.

Amazon Web Services, the astoundingly successful cloud computing service, didn’t really have much to do with Amazon’s core business: e-commerce.

But Bezos supported the idea, giving his trusted employee Andy Jassy the freedom, and capital, to go about creating a company within a company.

Bezos views Jassy as an entrepreneur, not just a manager — a key part of why he will take over as Bezos’ successor.

Bezos will, however, retain the executive chair of the e-commerce colossus he founded about three decades ago. The tech billionaire’s cash at the bank is estimated to be worth $13.4 billion with most of his wealth tied to his stake in the world’s biggest online retailer.

Amazon is popularly known for its online bookstore and has also become an online shopping juggernaut with an entertainment empire in its ranks. Little wonder it is the second-largest private employer in the U.S, behind Walmart, with a US workforce of more than eight hundred thousand employees.

Bezos who is Amazon’s biggest shareholder with a stake estimated to be valued at about $180 billion, will devote his time to Blue Origin, the space flight company he founded. The billionaire also owns The Washington Post, a leading American newspaper company. an accessible web community

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