When Jeff Bezos founded Amazon in 1994, it was an online bookshop. Now, its tentacles are everywhere: it’s a marketplace for third party goods from around the world, a huge cloud computing business and America’s largest parcel delivery group. But is this a good thing or a bad one?

Neil Collins and Jonathan Ford talk to Dana Mattioli of the Wall Street Journal about whether Amazon is the consumer’s friend or a monopolist to rank with Rockefeller’s Standard Oil.


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