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World’s Richest Person Escapes Scrutiny From His Own Paper–and Its Rivals

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https://socialjusticebooks.org/about/why-boycott-amazon/

 

A review of 190 articles from the New York Times, Wall Street Journal and the Bezos-owned Washington Post over the past year paints a picture of almost uniformly uncritical–ofttimes boosterish–coverage. None of the articles were investigative exposes, 6 percent leaned negative, 54 percent were straight reporting or neutral in tone, and 40 percent were positive, mostly with a fawning or even press release–like tone.

 

The last major investigative piece we found in any of these three publications was a 4,500-word critique of Amazon’s labor practices in the New York Times  (8/16/15) almost two years ago. Considering that Amazon is the fourth-most-valuable company in the world, with a 43 percent (and growing) share of all US online commerce, it’s a striking absence of journalistic scrutiny.

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You are talking about a family I'm talking about an individual.   No one in the Rothschild's family comes close to Bezos. 

 

Indeed much of the wealth attributed to the Rothschilds exaggerated hyped up in social media memes without basis in reality.

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