Jeff Bezos Once Again World's Richest PersonAmazon chief Jeff Bezos, who graduated from Miami’s Palmetto High School, is once again the world's richest person.
Broward Joins Bidding War To Bring New Amazon Headquarters To TownAmazon wants to spend billions on a new headquarters. Business leaders in South Florida say there's an obvious choice.
Trump Goes After Amazon Again, Says American Jobs Are Being LostPresident Donald Trump has renewed his attacks on e-commerce giant Amazon, and he says the company is "doing great damage to tax paying retailers."
Miami's Jeff Bezos Becomes Richest Man On The Planet Jeff Bezos, the owner of Amazon who graduated from Miami’s Palmetto High School, is now the richest man in the world.
Trump Taps Elon Musk, Uber & Pepsi CEOs To Strategy TeamElon Musk is joining Donald Trump's advisory team after the President-elect met with several tech titans Wednesday.
State Entices Bezos To Build Rockets In FloridaBlue Origin, the aerospace effort of technology entrepreneur Jeff Bezos, will build a $200 million manufacturing facility just south of Kennedy Space Center that will employ about 330 people in exchange for state and local incentives.
NASA Awards Space Contract To Boeing and SpaceX NASA chose Boeing and SpaceX to ferry astronauts to the International Space Station within the next few years.
Opinion: Don’t Let Obama Convince You That American Success Is BadDuring the current election campaign, for the first time in American history, President Barack Obama and the “left” have made success in America to be negative.
M-D Public Schools Launches 'Alumni Hall Of Fame'Fourteen people made the inaugural cut, including Jeff Bezos (Amazon founder) and Barbara Walters. See who else made the list honoring Miamians who shine.
Kindle Fire 'Sold Out' As New Model LoomsConsumers aiming to buy Amazon's current Kindle Fire are out of luck, but a new model may be just around the corner.
Amazon Unveils Kindle Fire TabletAmazon's new Kindle Fire tablet is here. Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos unveiled the media device Wednesday. At $199, the tablet computer is cheaper than its rival, the Apple iPad and its also smaller.

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