Amazon Forest Fire: Why are people asking for help from Jeff Bezos?: Amazon is the largest e-commerce company in the world. Founder of Amzaon Jeff Bezos is the world’s richest man. These Rainforest creates about 20% oxygen of the entire planet. There is a big fire in this forest and it has been around for 16 days.
The name of Amazon e-commerce company is also Inspire by this. On Twitter, people are requesting Amazon head Jeff Bezos to come forward and do something to control this fire. Not only this, people are also disappointed with Google search, because Amazon products are visible when writing Amazon Fire.
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Let us tell you that there are products of Amazon Fire series which include Amazon Fire TV, Fire Tablet etc. Reactions can be seen on Twitter.
Why did Jeff Bezos name his company Amazon?
While looking for a name for his online book store, he kept an eye on Amazon, which is also the world’s largest river.
Let us tell you that first Amazon got Cadabra Inc. Was called Abarakadabra. It is said that Jeff Bezos’s lawyer advised him to change the name.
After this Jeff Bezos thought of renaming his online book store as Relentless. Even today, if you type Relentless.com, Amazon will be redirected. This is because this domain currently belongs to Jeff Bezos.
In the 90s Jeff Bezos and his wife Mackenzie Bezos began to find a new name for their company. Eventually, it was decided that the company’s name would start with A.
While looking for a name for his online book store, he kept an eye on Amazon, which is also the world’s largest river. After this, he decided that it would be a good name for the world’s largest online book store.
Let us tell you that Amazon was initially known as an online book store. On November 1, 1994, the domain was registered under the name of Amazon.
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