Under the 54-year-old’s leadership, Amazon has expanded beyond traditional retail to build an e-commerce juggernaut.
Shares climbed even as investors processed the potential implications of Bezos’ split with his wife of 25 years, MacKenzie.
“Bulls & Bears” panel on how Jeff Bezos’ divorce will impact Amazon shareholders and the company.
FBN’s Hillary Vaughn discusses whether Amazon investors should be concerned about Jeff Bezos’ divorce.
Bezos has repeatedly said he plans to liquidate $1 billion worth of Amazon stock each year to fuel the space firm's growth.
The Amazon CEO owns at least six sprawling properties in the U.S.
She’s admitted that they are “opposites.”
FBN's Stuart Varney on the drama over Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos' divorce.
Changes to the treatment of alimony and the deductibility of other expenses were triggered on Jan. 1.
The pair reportedly has no prenuptial agreement in place.
Bezos is the richest man in the world, with a fortune of at least $137 billion.
Terms of the divorce, including the fate of Bezos’ $137.2 billion personal fortune, were not immediately made available.
At present, it isn’t clear whether the Bezoses have a prenuptial agreement or any other contract affecting the financial terms of their divorce.
Amazon shares closed up more than 3 percent, pushing the e-commerce giant’s market capitalization to $796.8 billion.
The pair did not have a prenup agreement, according to a published report.
The event formally begins on Friday, but some deals will be live on the platform as early as Wednesday.
Trump has accused top tech firms of everything from political bias to violating antitrust laws.
Some NY politicians have criticized the tax incentives used to lure the e-commerce giant to the Big Apple.
The Amazon CEO vowed in 2013 that the company would use drones to deliver packages within "four, five years."
The lawmakers asked Amazon to disclose the steps it has taken to assess the “Rekognition” software’s accuracy, among other details.