Ellen Cushing

editor at The Atlantic

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Press Play looks at how Amazon became the world’s most powerful retailer and got consumers hooked, and why you might not need your Prime membership.

Amazon is worth more than $1 trillion. How it got us hooked, and what might happen if it’s broken up

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