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    Amazon Agrees to Executive Testimony as Antitrust Inquiry Advances

    Amazon Agrees to Executive Testimony as Antitrust Inquiry Advances

    Amazon has agreed to send an executive to testify before Congress regarding the recent Wall Street Journal report that claimed the company used individual private third-party seller data to determine what products to launch through their own private labels. Though lawmakers have called for Jeff Bezos’ personal testimony and have suggested that they are willing to subpoena him to get it if necessary, Amazon has not yet committed to sending him specifically. Amazon maintains that the practices that the report outlines would be against company policy and that any violations of this policy by individual employees would be investigated internally and stopped, but that they will nevertheless cooperate fully with Congress’ investigation.

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