Marketplace Tech for Thursday, October 24, 2013

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Amazon reports quarterly earnings today. But while the company's reach is global, it's not exactly known for profit. And that's not just a joke about Jeff Bezos buying The Washington Post. For now the company seems happy to keep prices low and ventures plentiful. Is it working? 

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