Why should he? I'm not a fan of Bezos, but he took all the risks involved in starting a company, so he's due the rewards. Employees accept a stable hourly wage or salary without taking in any of those risks. Big risk = big reward OR big failure.
He's a company representative. I have a feeling that being a Japanese company, Nintendo won't view his "worldwide company representation" very favorably since it will have an impact on Nintendo's image, which could have a negative impact on sales.
This is why I always look up and call whatever institution the caller claim to be. My bank calls me about fraud with a call back number? I call them using a known good number, even if I entails waiting and being forwarded.
What a disappointment. I was hoping for something that would at least clear my sidewalk this winter. Looks like at the very least I need an XM42, but with the XL18 I could be a hero and clear the neighbor's walk at the same time. Decisions, decisions.
As an American, I have an answer. It is always too soon to start talking about gun control. Guns are not the problem; people who misuse guns are the problem. What's next, knife control? Oh wait. The real quesfion here is; when is it too early to start talking about SELF CONTROL?
Becoming an all encompassing Googlopoly.
Creating the Alphabet Matrix
We are the Google, You will be Alphabetized. Resistance is futile.
They're trying to bring forth the Googleverse.
They're taking over all that is popular, and making it function far better, or only on their wares so that we...
It makes sense if you're wise enough to factor the payments into your monthly budget so you don't miss a payment. I do it all the time with Lowes and Home Depot for tools and materials for home repairs/projects that I can't afford up front. As for CCs; I don't charge more than I can pay off when...
I've been trying to explain this to people for awhile now. All costs of doing business are passed on to customers in one form or another; whether cost of product, or in taxes to cover government incentives/subsidies/tax breaks (both customers, and non-customers pay for government...
This is cool and all, but I need them to get busy on cartilage replacement. Imagine how good joint replacements would be if they were "OEM" parts that were cultured from, and maintained by your own body.
If it's just to keep the slackers in line, then I applaud it. It sucks when you have to take up the slack for loafers; especially when they're from one of the ever increasing "protected classes" that "can't be fired". Now if it's to make people compete with automation, then that's entirely...