In his latest annual shareholder letter, Amazon.com (AMZN 4.97%) CEO Jeff Bezos takes on critics who say that the company's spending strategies aren't consistent with the actions of a for-profit business. In the video below, Fool contributor Demitrios Kalogeropoulos discusses Amazon's ramped-up investments, and why investors shouldn't expect the company to slow its pace of spending any time soon.
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The CEO defends Amazon against critics who say that the company is operating like a charity for customers.
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