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“Amazon seems to have just about anything you could ask for. I personally find that giving an Amazon card for Christmas is the best way to go. They have such an immense selection
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“What better kind of shopping than the shopping you don't have to go out for? Just because it's online doesn't mean that it's not going to have great Black Friday deals. Amazon.com
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“You know that credit card I mentioned? It has amazon.com written on it. Yup, I don't get miles, I get dollars to spend on books, CDs, kitchen gadgets and everything else
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“Whenever I'm craving something in the art world such as a book or a movie, amazon is the first place I look. I've been quite fortunate enough to find most of what I want on the
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Amazon.com, Inc. (NASDAQAMZN) is a US-based multinational electronic commerce company. Headquartered in Seattle, Washington, it is America's largest online retailer, with nearly three times the Internet sales revenue of the runner up, Staples, Inc., as of January 2010.

Jeff Bezos founded Amazon.com, Inc. in 1994 and launched it online in 1995. The company was originally named Cadabra, Inc., but the name was changed when it was discovered that people sometimes heard the name as "Cadaver." The name Amazon.com was chosen because the Amazon River is the largest river in the world, and so the name suggests large size, and also in part because it starts with 'A' and therefore would show up near the beginning of alphabetical lists. Amazon.com started as an online bookstore, but soon diversified, selling DVDs, CDs, MP3 downloads, computer software, video games, electronics, apparel, furniture, food, and toys. Amazon has established separate websites in Canada, the United Kingdom, Germany, France, Italy, Japan, and China. It also provides international shipping to certain countries for some of its products.

In 2010, Amazon's decision to remove Wikileaks from their servers resulted in numerous calls to boycott the company, with many people particularly incensed that Amazon then went on to sell copies of the Wikileaks material, despite using this material as its reason for removing Wikileaks
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