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Amazon wants to deliver everything you want to your doorstep, anywhere in the world. But the e-commerce giant faces several challenges in its pursuit of a global empire. WSJ's Karan Deep Singh breaks down the basics with the help of an Amazon delivery box.
Karan Deep Singh
Amazon.comInc.AMZN 0.13%wants to be the everything store but it is struggling to become the everywhere store. It wants to dominate industries ranging from e-commerce and connected home devices to video streaming, challenging titans like Apple Inc. and AlphabetInc.’sGoogle.
Founder Jeff Bezos’s message to Amazon executives has been clear: Do whatever it takes and don’t worry about the cost. The Seattle-based giant has invested billions of dollars to woo consumers in India, China and other countries in Asia and Europe.
But will its aggressive investments succeed? In this video, we use an Amazon delivery box to explain the company’s global might and what it means for other businesses.